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Maximizing Insurance Savings: Steel Framing vs Wood

In the field of construction, every decision can have a significant impact on the project's overall cost, timeline, and long-term durability. One of the critical choices facing developers, manufacturers, and architects is the selection of framing materials. Traditionally, wood has been the go-to material for many projects. However, an increasing number of industry professionals are turning to cold-formed steel (CFS) framing, not just for its strength and durability but also for the substantial insurance savings it offers, particularly with builder’s risk insurance. 

Topics: Benefits of Cold Formed Steel Construction, insurance

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