Homes that are built to last

Our focus on durable foundations and robust structural components ensures that your home remains resilient against water infiltration, mould growth, settling and coastal hazards.

Structural build quality

To build a home that lasts we first consider the following factors:

Rain and condensation management

Often not prioritised in the industry, we pay specific attention to the selection and installation of Weather Resistant Barrier (WRB). This element prevents moisture from entering the building envelope from the outside and is critical to a buildings long term durability.

Whilst the WRB is an important factor for durability, this needs to be implemented with additional ventilation and internal moisture control measures to prevent condensation build-up, averting potential mould growth and structural deterioration over time.

Ground conditions and location

Understanding and addressing the soil composition and ground conditions at your home building site is essential for constructing a durable foundation that withstands settling and soil movement.

Moreover, if you’re building your home near a coastal area, it will require special consideration for durability due to the salt water exposure and high winds. At TrueLine, we implement proper building material selection and techniques to mitigate these risks effectively.

Resistance to fire

Incorporating fire-resistant materials and design features such as fire-rated walls and roofing materials helps improve the home’s resilience to fire hazards, protecting the structure of your home and you.

How you can maintain your home

Keeping your new sustainable house design in good condition will require some maintenance. Even in a low-maintenance home, which TrueLine can deliver, some upkeep is necessary. Here are a few things to keep in mind:

Structural inspections

Regular assessments should focus on foundational elements like walls and supports to help detect potential issues early on, preventing them from escalating.

Roof maintenance

Your roof is the first line of defence against natural elements outside. Scheduled roof maintenance, including gutter cleaning and leak inspections, protects your home from water damage.

Exterior repairs

The exterior of your home is also exposed to the outside and requires maintenance, such as repairing cracks in external cladding and around windows doors, protects against moisture intrusion and pest infestations.

Looking for a new home that’s going to last?

At TrueLine, we create homes that are built to last, with a deep understanding of how the quality of a build can affect it in the long-term. Contact us through our form here or email us at

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