Oak Framed Garages

Make a statement with an oak framed garage

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Oak Framed Garages
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Traditional Oak Framing

If you're after a traditional look, our oak-framed garages and carriage houses feature traditional curved oak bracing and support posts.

Our oak-framed garages and carriage houses are the perfect match for a listed building or country home, complementing the traditional styling and craftsmanship.

At home in nearly any setting using natural materials that will weather and stand the test of time, an oak-framed garage is the perfect and quintessential English garage style.

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Oak Garage Or Oak-Fronted Garage?

We offer two different options for oak garages, both of which use the same European-sourced oak from managed forests and are built to your exact requirements. The first option is to have all the framing constructed from oak, or alternatively, we can use oak for the framing on the front of the building and use pressure-treated FSC certified softwood for the rest of the framing. This is a more economical option but still benefits from the same, beautifully crafted curved bracing and peg fastenings.

An oak framed garage is a barn style building with many options, there are few limits other than imagination as to the options available. Leave a bay open for cars, choose multiple bays, add doors, make one end an office or gym and don't forget a log store. Roofing options include cedar shingles, slate or clay tiles (we provide the building ready to be tiled) or low maintenance options such as Tapco tiles.

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Options & Features

Oak Framed Garage Options

Our oak framed garages are feature-packed as standard, although 'standard' is not a word we would use to describe our timber buildings.

Want more features? Anything is possible, just let us know.

  • Guaranteed for 5 years
  • Sustainably Sourced Timber
  • Pressure Treated to Last
  • Hand Built to Order
  • Customised to your Design
  • Delivered & Installed on Site
  • Full Base Plan Available
Roofing Options

Our timber buildings are available with a range of roofing options. Below are the different types of roofing material that you can choose between. Most of our standard building specifications include Onduline or are finished ready for tiling by a roofing specialist.

Cedar Shingles
Cedar Shingles

Cedar Roof Shingles are a natural, stunning and easy maintenance roofing option.

Cedar Shingles

Cedar shingles add to the natural look of a timber building. They will weather naturally over time and blend into the background whilst requiring very little maintenance. As a natural material, other than the process of timber felling and delivery, this is the lowest carbon roofing option. We can install cedar shingles on any of our OTB2 and OTB3 buildings.

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Tapco Tiles
Tapco Tiles

A composite alternative to traditional tiles, Tapco offers low maintenance, easy installation and natural looks.

Tapco Tiles

Tapco offers a slate look without the cost. These composite tiles can be installed by our own team and are durable and long-lasting. Tapco tiles can be installed on relatively shallow pitched roofs are available in various colours and shades as well as styles of tile.

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Onduline
Onduline

A durable and easy to install roofing option, onduline is ideal for stables and garages.

Onduline

Available in several colours, these corrugated sheets are made from recycled fibres that are then saturated with bitumen under controlled pressure and heat conditions. The result is a uniform, hardwearing roof backed by a 15-year manufacturers guarantee. The colours are impregnated into the material so do not require maintenance. The only thing you need to do is keep the leaves off and clear the gutters. This is our standard roof for stables as it has the ability to deaden the sound of rain.

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Onduvilla
Onduvilla

Made from recycled fibres, Onduvilla is a lightweight, quick to install but durable roofing material offering a natural tile look.

Onduvilla

The sister product to Onduline, Onduvilla is similar in being made from recycled fibres but is in an overlapping tile format (installed as sheets). The roof is coloured with variations to replicate the look of a clay tiled roof. With a 15-year manufacturer guarantee, this lightweight roofing material is laid over a boarded roof and can installed on any of our building ranges.

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Tiled Roof
Tiled Roof

Natural slate or clay roof tiles

Tiled Roof

Offering a traditional look, clay or slate tiles are ideal for complimenting surrounding buildings. All our OTB3 buildings (subject to pitch) are ready to receive a heavier roofing tile. As we install timber buildings all over the UK we prefer to do what we do best, timber buildings, and then you will need to instruct your own local roofer for this option.

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Barn Hip
Barn Hip

A half hip roof

Barn Hip

A barn hip offers the benefits of a cutaway at the end of the roof with a barn-style gable end. A few reasons to consider a barn hip include allowing more light to pass over the building reducing the impact on your garden or neighbours or if planners are concerned about size and mass, this can be a compromise. We also like the aesthetic that a barn hip gives to a timber building.

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Full Hip
Full Hip

A fully hipped roof is great option, particularly on larger buildings as the roof 'looks' smaller.

Full Hip

Visually, a fully hipped roof reduces the profile of a roof so that it looks smaller and more visually appealing.

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Cladding & Lining

Many of our timber buildings are available with a choice of cladding as well as a number of internal lining options for walls and ceilings. Depending upon the specification you choose, some will be standard and some will be available for an additional cost.

Weatherboard
Weatherboard

Weatherboard cladding is well suited for a more traditional look, treated and ready for years of service

Weatherboard

Our most popular finish for carriage houses and oak framed garages, weatherboard has a tapered profile with each board overlapping the next in a traditional style seen on timber buildings for several centuries. Well suited to a country setting or period building, the boards are treated prior to installation and are sourced only from FSC certified timber suppliers. Weatherboard can be painted or stained but this is not required thanks to the preservation process.

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Shiplap
Shiplap

Shiplap timber cladding is a treated softwood cladding with a clean profile

Shiplap

Shiplap cladding has an overlap and rebate that gives a naturally tight fit and a low profile. Sourced from a FSC certified supplier and pressure treated, shiplap is low maintenance. Treated shiplap can be painted or stained but this is not required.

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Ply Lining to Eaves
Ply Lining to Eaves

Internal ply lining for timber buildings

Ply Lining to Eaves

Ply lining provides a solid base for those looking to make additional use of their timber building. Often specified in studios and workshops the ply is used to hold in insulation as well as provide a warm and welcoming internal finish. Ply is a solid mounting surface for tools, shelves and electrical points.

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Ply Roof Lining
Ply Roof Lining

Using ply for roof lining gives a clean and flexible internal finish

Ply Roof Lining

An upgrade from our standard OSB boarding, ply brings a smart and stylish interior finish that is well suited to studios and offices as well as workshops or stables. Providing structural rigidity as well as aesthetics you can leave the ply bare, paint or plasterboard over it.

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Other Options

Our timber buildings are built to order, so we can incorporate lots of different features and fittings to create your perfect design. Depending upon the specification you choose, some will be standard and some will be available for an additional cost.

Timber Personal Door
Timber Personal Door

A single door to your timber building

Timber Personal Door

A single door, constructed from FSC certified, pressure treated timber that is installed with galvanised, heavy-duty hinges. Used extensively across our timber buildings the door can be left bare, painted or stained as required. Many buildings will include doors but you can specify additional doors for side or rear access.

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Timber Window
Timber Window

Opening or fixed single, double or triple timber windows

Timber Window

Timber windows can be installed in nearly any of our buildings to allow in both light and air. These are double glazed and we are able to tailor the type and style of window to your requirements.

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Double Doors
Double Doors

Timber double doors with galvanised hinges.

Double Doors

Standard on garages, and an option on carriage houses and workshops, our timber double doors are constructed using pressure-treated, FSC certified timber. Treated to lengthen their lifespan, the doors can either be left natural, painted or stained.

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Rockwool Insulation
Rockwool Insulation

Insulate your timber building

Rockwool Insulation

As amazing as wood is, adding a layer of insulation between the outer cladding and inner lining can make all the difference for comfort both in summer and winter. If you are planning to use your building as an office, workshop or studio this is highly recommended. We also find that classic car owners are keen to insulate garages and carriage houses to help regulate temperature during the colder months.

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Oak Supports, Headers & Bracing
Oak Supports, Headers & Bracing

Oak support posts, headers and curved bracing to the front

Oak Supports, Headers & Bracing

Oak is one of the oldest and hardest wearing building materials used for building construction. With excellent longevity, strength and rot resistance, we offer oak support posts, headers and curved bracing for the front of your building, using pressure treated softwood for internal structures.

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