The recessed front access reveals the oak knee-braces of the frame and allows for some undercover storage.
This traditional three-bay (frame C-4) incorporates a full-length logstore giving additional covered space.
This open-fronted three-bay barn is clad in oak. The lifespan of oak cladding is greater than softwood timber cladding, but the oak does not perform as well due to shrinkage and splitting. However, with age, it does add more character to the building.
This SuperSize three-bay building boasts two full-length logstores, one at each end. One of the three bays has been converted for use as a gym (frame SS-E19).
The black cladding and black Iroko doors on this three-bay oak building was a requirement of the Planning permission to tie-in with other out-buildings on the property.
This oak frame has barn hip end roof, finished in a clay tile with a contrasting clay ridge.
The traditional construction and use of oak is often looked favorably upon by planners and allows our buildings to sit comfortably within Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty and Conservation Areas.
Oak-framed buildings become more characterful with age.
The block paved floor on this three-bay building gives a pleasing alternative to the standard concrete finish (frame K46).
Completed Buildings details
These substantial structures provide a full range of outbuildings under one roof. Used in conjunction with our corner unit and other modules, they can make handsome courtyard complexes, individually designed to fit the available space and to suit your particular needs.