Severn Oak Timber Frames Ltd’s reputation has been built over the years on the quality and craftsmanship of our garden rooms – but we also take on larger projects including entire house builds, as you can see from our case studies.
Our team includes all the ancillary trades needed to make your project a reality – something many of our competitors don’t offer. We have used the same people for over a decade, so they are highly skilled and trusted.
- We discuss your idea
- Our team of architects design it
- We put the project through planning if needed
- Make the frames in our own workshop
- Our tradespeople work on-site to build it.
Severn Oak Timber Frames represents the full design and build service.
Gareth is our Architectural Technologist. He uses Archicad – a computer aided design technology that allows you to ‘walk through’ the design before it’s built and really get a feel for your new space. Archicad has been described as “the fastest and most enhanced 3D architectural software on the market”.
Our clients love our ‘turn key’ package. We will work with you every step of the process – every element of the build, from concept to final handover. Severn Oak Timber Frames can work to a range of budgets and we tailor our designs accordingly. That said, when most potential new clients come to us with an idea, they are looking for an individual, well-designed, one-off product. Something off the shelf is going to be cheaper but we don’t do cheap. Cost effective, yes, but we build quality structures that are unique and will last the test of time.
We ensure you will always get the space you’ve dreamed of – whether that’s a new-build home, extension, garden room, orangery, pool building or home office or studio. The value of your property will be enhanced, an extension that can include feature trusses, bespoke roof lanterns, underfloor heating and specialist glazing. Again, we take care of all the plumbing and electrics too and you’ll be given all the necessary guarantees and certificates.
The only thing you’ll be left wondering is why you didn’t build it sooner!