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Light Gauge Steel Residential Kits

Rethink Residential Wooden Framing

With residential Steel Framing kits, US Frame Factory is providing contractors and home owners an economical alternative to wood framing. With Computer-aided design we manufacture custom easy-to-assemble panelized wall kits for homes, ADUs, Tiny Homes, Studios, and other applications.

Why Consider Steel?

Traditional wooden frames are replaced by steel frames, which are sturdy, accurate, stable, and long-lasting. In fact, for residential building, lightweight steel framing is the best option. Steel frames are significantly more versatile than typical lumber in terms of size and design, and they provide a high-quality home. Some advantages include

Save money and time on labor with kits erected in a day.

CAD and machine production to 1/16″ tolerance

Fire, mold and rot resistant

No onsite waste and all factory waste is recycled

Straighter beams that never warp

Engineering to withstand hurricane winds

Manufacturing Process

CAD design files are imported into a automated steel roll former. The roll former shapes and cuts steel coils into the studs and track of your house. Service holes and indentations are punched. Studs slot into place with track to create wall panels and trusses.

What does working with us look like?

We will look at your existing architectural drawings and give you a broad price range. Then for a small fee, we can draft them on AGACAD Revit software. Once a 3D model is made we will give accurate price estimates and draft shop drawings for production. Cost is based on the amount of material/labor and is competitive with traditional construction.

Wall Panel Shipment

We will stack your panels efficiently up to 15 levels and ship them to your location.

On-site Framing Kit Assembly

Onsite assembly is easy with minimal connections. Larger projects can be erected with just a Telescopic handler. With smaller projects, no heavy machinery is required. Most panels can be carried by two people. Kits can be assembled with simply just a drill and screws.