If you are looking to create more space in your home, that also adds value to your property, the best approach is to consider extending your home with a timber frame extension.
We won! English Heritage Buildings has been awarded the South East’s Best Rural Manufacturing Business
We were announced the winner of this year’s award at a glittering ceremony held on 23 October.
Planning permission can be a complex regulation which is why it’s essential you understand what you can and cannot build or install.
At English Heritage Buildings, we specialise in building a range of extensions for people looking to add value and space onto their property.
A flitch beam (otherwise known as a “flitched beam”) is a compound beam made up of a steel plate (commonly referred to as a “flitch plate”) and two timber beams.
Undertaking a garage conversion can be an enjoyable and very cost-effective solution for creating more room for your cars or building a new office, study or storage area. Before starting your garage conversion, it’s important to understand what you can and can’t do with the structure you’re working with. You will need to assess the current foundations and structure of the garage (or house you’re building onto) to ensure your proposed plans can be applied.
When planning a new garage for your home, one of the factors that will often take precedence is how much it will cost. Ensuring that you are keeping to your budget is often a source of worry, and the cost involved in building a garage
When deciding on a construction material to complete a planned building project, it’s important to know more about what you can expect from each and what will make them the ideal material to use in your case. This is why we have prepared a specialist guide on oak timber, so you can learn about this material type before you order a product and start work.
Here Darren Hook, Managing Director at English Heritage Buildings, offers an insight into the company’s recent efforts to operate a more efficient manufacturing process and explains how the rewards of the lean journey are already being reaped by customers.
English Heritage Buildings takes a look at the most popular British oaks and their history.
There are many benefits to choosing a Green Oak timber-frame building for your latest project. Amongst those is the knowledge that you’re selecting a material that offers a multitude of ecological credentials. English Heritage Buildings explains more.
Darren Hook, Director of English Heritage Buildings, discusses why planning is essential to ensuring a successful build.
Darren Hook of English Heritage Buildings discusses why green oak is good for the environment, reduces energy costs and is a great investment.
Check our top five tips to help you successfully achieve planning permission for an oak frame building.
English Heritage Building is proud to announce it has been awarded a coveted BUILD Award 2017, naming…