How to build an oak frame extension

Sackville Oak Frames - Oak Frame Extension - Listed Property - Oak - Extension

One of our most popular frames and forms of enquiry, has to be for our oak frame extension. An oak frame extension is ideal for those wanting to enlarge and/or enhance their existing property whilst creating something very special in their home.

With years of experience and understanding of adjoining new oak frames to existing buildings, an oak frame extension can create an outstanding effect on an existing property, whether listed or …
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Oak Frame & Building with Glass – Restoration and New Build Supplement Wealden Times – Kent, Surrey & Sussex

Oak Frame & Building with Glass - Restoration and New Build Supplement Wealden Times - Kent, Surrey & Sussex

Have you seen us and our oak frame renovation project in the May edition of The Wealden Times and Surrey Homes Magazines?

We shared a really stunning renovation project we completed last year in Plaxol, Kent with The Wealden Times and Surrey Homes readers. The beautiful oak framed roof structure is also featured in our online Case Study Six. The renovation project was to build an oak …
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Sackville Oak Frames formally InSitu Designs

Sackville Oak Frames - Making a house a home
As part of our journey moving forward, from the beginning of April 2017, we will be changing our company name from InSitu Designs to Sackville oak Frames. We are very excited about this change and the future of the company. We will still be conducting business in the same way, with continued emphasis on service and quality craftsmanship every step of the way. We look forward to …
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Principal Sponsor of the Fenland Black Oak Project

13.4 metre 5,000 year old oak excavated and sawmilled on site in Norfolk fens

One of the largest and most beautifully preserved 5,000 year old sub-fossilised bog oak trees (Fenland Black Oak) was this week excavated and saw milled into 44ft / 13.4m long planks at the site of its discovery in the fens near Southery on the Norfolk/Cambridge border. In order to preserve and utilise this …
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