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Light-steel frame (LSF) is a lightweight application that ensures a significant drop in transport costs and impacts, thus reducing the carbon footprint overall, explain Dal and Neal who regularly use this building method. The final product boasts a thermal resistance superior to a double brick wall, reducing the necessity for extensive heating/ cooling of the building. This, too, has a significant impact on the carbon footprint. The core component, steel, is a 100% recyclable product with a 600-year lifespan.