- A beautiful flint and brick infill transforms this oak frame (G29-TS) into a building that will span many generations. This hard-wearing finish can sometimes solve Building and Fire Regulation issues when constructing on a boundary line.
- The block paved floor on this three-bay building gives a pleasing alternative to the standard concrete finish (frame K46).
- Despite being almost 17 metres in length this SuperSize building (frame SS-C8) blends well into the surrounding countryside and offers a huge flexible covered space.
- Staircases can be either external or internal. Our staircases comply to all current safety and building regulations.
- Two bay oak garage cart barn
- Two bay oak garage with studio
- A SuperSize oak frame with an oak roof. Felt was not used in the roof, allowing the beauty of the hand-made clay tiles to be visible from the inside of the building.
- This two-bay cart barn with a natural slate roof sits pretty in a rural setting in Romsey, Hampshire.
- This one-bay cart barn in Newbury, Berkshire, has internal and external log stores.
- This traditional three-bay (frame C-4) incorporates a full-length logstore giving additional covered space.
- The recessed front access reveals the oak knee-braces of the frame and allows for some undercover storage.
- This four-bay building (frame K47) is used for agricultural storage, with one of the four bays used as a stable.
Completed Buildings details
We have been building a wide range of ‘off the peg’ and bespoke oak garages since 2003. In our large workshop in Eastleigh in Hampshire, we combine the best of traditional and modern woodworking methods to deliver beautiful oak frames that will last generations.
No matter how large or small your oak garage project is or what style of oak garage you’d like, our team of specialists treat every project with the same care and attention to detail.