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Oak Extensions

Oakmasters' have over 30-years' worth of experience in creating stunning oak extensions and other oak buildings. Our oak framed extensions are recognised for their beauty and exceptional quality. Using traditional oak framing techniques, coupled with most advanced design and manufacturing technologies, we make modern and comfortable oak extensions that are not only beautiful, but also boast excellent environmental credentials.

Why an oak framed extension?

There are many benefits to choosing oak frame as a construction method for your extension. Here are a few of them:

An oak extension from Oakmasters means:

Frequently asked questions relating to oak framed extensions

Can you help with the design, planning application and engineering for my oak extension?

We don't have these capabilities in-house, but we work with a number of specialists in the field, whom we can recommend.

Can you manufacture my oak framed extension based on architect’s drawings?

If you already have an architectural design for your oak framed extension, this will need to be adapted for manufacture. We can recommend specialist oak frame designers and structural engineers to help you turn your concept design into production drawings.

Can you provide a complete design to build solution for oak extensions?

We focus on what we do best: crafting high quality oak framed extensions. Whilst we do not have in-house design and assembly capabilities, we work with a network of specialist oak frame designers and installers we can recommend. That way, you can cut out the middle man.

How much does it cost to build and oak framed extension?

The cost of an oak extension will vary depending on size and complexity. The best way to work out approximate costs is to chat to one of our team and let them know what you are thinking of. We will be able to give you budgetary costs reasonably quickly.

Is an oak extension eco-friendly?

Oak is eco-friendly. This method of construction is one of the most sustainable ways of building. This is down to the fact that the tree is local to Europe and is used in its raw form (green). Typically, oak will be on your building site, ready for assembly, having only been through three processes: felling, sawing and jointing. All of this is done on a small industrial scale, as most oak frame construction is for private properties. And, providing the oak is sourced from sustainably managed forests, you can rest assured that you have made the right choice for the future generations.

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