Annual accounts for the timber frame manufacturer show that it made a profit before tax of just over £541,000 last year, compared with losses of almost £317,000 in 2010. The newly-filed report also reveals a modest rise in turnover to £12.5m from about £12.3m a year earlier.
The Selkirk-based firm said the development of an integrated factory and business planning system had helped bolster trading.
Chairman Roderick Lawson said: “As directors, we are committed to providing our housebuilder and developer customers with a technically sound service of a high standard and we are pleased that the new activities are contributing so positively to this.”
The company, which paid a dividend of £55,938, warned that the housing market remained “challenging”.