What materials are used to build houses in south australia?
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In South Australia, houses are typically built with a combination of timber framing and concrete block walls, structural steel framing, brick veneer and cladding. Common roofing materials in South Australia include metal and tile, as well as terracotta, concrete and fibrocement tiles and shingles. Insulation, both thermal and acoustic, is also used in wall and ceiling cavities to improve comfort and energy efficiency.