Developed to provide broad flexibility in the private housing sector, BecoWallform may be specified for standard housing and unique architectural designs

Our Wallform systems are designed to meet a comprehensive range of building standards.

Private housing built with BecoWallform ICF system

Quick and practical assembly of the interlocking wallblocks enables rapid progress on site with the minimum of equipment. The lightweight formwork is temporarily supported and filled with ready-mixed concrete. Once cured, the upper floor or roof system may be installed, followed by doors and windows to provide a weathertight structure ready for early access for the following trades.

A broad range of external claddings, such as render, masonry or timber may be applied to the basic Wallform construction. BecoWallform achieves the highest levels of energy efficiency, meeting and surpassing the requirements of the Building Regulations proposed for 2016.

BecoWallform dwellings have a life expectancy much greater than more traditional construction methods. The materials may also be recycled for use in the next generation of buildings making the total life costings highly favourable.

Recent Case Studies

Modern Bungalows – Kingsteignton - Developer SFB Trading has recently completed building this small development of two modern detached bungalows in Kingsteignton. The bungalows are handed versions of each other and have been constructed using…
Lower Cottage Farm, Preston - Lower Cottage Farm is built on an elevated hillside location in Lancashire. Lisa and Nigel Dunnington purchased a derelict farm and outbuildings which they replaced with a modern, state-of-the-art family…
Self-built on a budget – Chesterfield - In a little over 18 months, Richard Baldwin self-built his new home with a remarkable budget of £68,000. This was a true DIY project, with Richard taking on everything from…


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