Traditional Oak Framed Commercial Buildings

English Heritage Buildings have been building and designing green oak framed commercial buildings for three decades. We offer a range of unique oak framed commercial buildings to suit a variety of needs.

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Our Oak Framed Commercial Buildings

Our green oak commercial and public buildings are designed and manufactured to your company specifications. You can browse our collection of buildings we have previously constructed around the UK to help inspire your own oak commercial building.

Some of the uses these buildings have been designed to include:

  • Reception areas
  • Stores
  • Toilets
  • Village halls
  • Ticketing offices
  • Warehouse
  • Lambing sheds
  • Office buildings
  • Restaurants
  • Artist’s studio and workshops
  • Pottery kilns
  • Pavilions

Our oak framed commercial buildings can be made to fit your requirements. Our experienced carpenters can design different commercial oak building styles to include unique features tailored to your requirements. For example, you may require a space which includes full height glazing to allow plenty of natural light, dormer windows and roof lights.

We an also accommodate for:

  • Covered walk ways
  • Brick work
  • Upper storeys
  • Dormer windows
  • Roof lights
  • Porches
  • Canopies
  • Vaulted lounges
  • Balconies
  • Gable overhangs
  • Slate or thatched roofs

Oak Framed Commercial Building Designs

  • This oak framed building was designed as a village hall. It is formed of four seperate frames, the first is a large five bay building with an open logstore to the front. Each bay has a set of full length opening garden windows to the front. On the first floor there is a four pane window to the right side and  an open logstore.  The other three bays are attached to the main building to provide another meeting room, a store, a kitchen and toilets. The main building has trimming for five rooflights to let in the maximum amount of natural light.

    This oak framed building was designed as a village hall. It is formed of four seperate frames, the first is a large five bay building with an open logstore to the front. Each ba...

    Length

    17.3m

    Depth

    16.11m

    Bays

    11
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  • This oak frame is a large agricultural building for keeping tractors and other farm machinery in. It has a high 4m eaves height at the front and slightly lower at the rear because of the catslide roof.

    This oak frame is a large agricultural building for keeping tractors and other farm machinery in. It has a high 4m eaves height at the front and slightly lower at the rear becau...

    Length

    15.425m

    Depth

    8.005m

    Bays

    4
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  • This large oak framed building is used by a Fishery as a restaurant with kitchen and cold storage facilities.The large main room is the restaurant and the full bay glazing on the side leads out onto a verandha area which gives views of the fishing lakes. The centre section is the kitchen and preparation area and the smaller building houses the cold storage units. There is also an oak framed porch over the entrance.

    This large oak framed building is used by a Fishery as a restaurant with kitchen and cold storage facilities.The large main room is the restaurant and the full bay glazing on th...

    Length

    17.63m

    Depth

    11.45m

    Bays

    8
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  • This oak frame is an artist's studio and workshop. There are large rooflights and windows along the back to get as much natural light inside as possible. The building is split into two with a partition that has a pair of half glazed doors in it. One side is for drawing and painting and the other side is for pottery and has a kiln in one corner. The roof has gable ends and a low pitch slate roof to keep the ridge height under 4m.

    This oak frame is an artist's studio and workshop. There are large rooflights and windows along the back to get as much natural light inside as possible. The building is split i...

    Length

    11.195m

    Depth

    5.23m

    Bays

    3
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  • An oak framed pavillion with full height glazing down one side and alternating doors and single windows on the other side. There is also a small storage area at one end.

    An oak framed pavillion with full height glazing down one side and alternating doors and single windows on the other side. There is also a small storage area at one end.

    Length

    24.6m

    Depth

    7.2m

    Bays

    6
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  • A 4 bay comercial building made up of 2 frames. The first frame has 3 bays on the ground floor and it also has an upper floor. The ground floor bays are all open at the front  with a brick wall to the rear, on the right of the building is a large external oak staircase leading to the first floor. On the first floor is a pergola on the right above a half glazed door. The second frame makes up a single bay  with brick walls on both the right and the rear. The frame is monopitch and has a solid single door at the front.

    A 4 bay comercial building made up of 2 frames. The first frame has 3 bays on the ground floor and it also has an upper floor. The ground floor bays are all open at the front wi...

    Length

    15.6m

    Depth

    8.4m

    Bays

    4
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  • A 6 bay oak framed building made up of 2 frames with upper floors. The first frame has 2 open bays on the ground floor and the first floor bays has 2 dormer windows, on the left of the first floor is a half glazed door. The second frame makes up the other 4 bays. On the ground floor 2 of the bays are enclosed each with a pair of iroko garage doors at the front and on the right hand side is an external aisle. On the first floor there are another 2 dormers both containing 2 light windows and on the right of the building is another half glazed door.

    A 6 bay oak framed building made up of 2 frames with upper floors. The first frame has 2 open bays on the ground floor and the first floor bays has 2 dormer windows, on the left...

    Length

    12.39m

    Depth

    11.32m

    Bays

    6
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  • A 5 bay oak framed commercial building made up of 2 frames. The first frame is  2 bays in size with a section of full height glazing at the front of one bay while the other bay has an internal aisle at the front, at the rear both bays are made up entirely of full height glazing to allow plenty of natural light in. The second frame is a 3 bay frame with upper floor. On the ground floor the building is attached to the other frame at the front, on the right is a pair of opening garden room doors housed by a small porch as well as there being a 1 light window. The rear of the building has a solid single door again housed by a small porch as well as two 1 light windows to allow the natural light in. The right wall has 2 large windows. The first floor has a large 2 light window on the right wall as well as  one on the left wall and at the rear is a 1 light window.

    A 5 bay oak framed commercial building made up of 2 frames. The first frame is 2 bays in size with a section of full height glazing at the front of one bay while the other bay h...

    Length

    10m

    Depth

    9m

    Bays

    5
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  • A 3 bay oak framed building with a pair of iroko garage doors on both the left and right hand side  while the front is entirely weatherboarded and has 3 large rooflights to allow plenty of natural light into the building, at the rear there is an external aisle across 1 of the bays possibly as a logstore.

    A 3 bay oak framed building with a pair of iroko garage doors on both the left and right hand side while the front is entirely weatherboarded and has 3 large rooflights to allow...

    Length

    11m

    Depth

    7.5m

    Bays

    3
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Will an Oak Framed House Extension Require Planning Permission?

To build an oak frame extension onto your property, you will need to adhere to a number of different guidelines around planning permission and the Building Regulations. These are mostly focused on the materials used, the size of the extension you want to build, and its location, but there may be other rules that only apply in your local area as well.

As such, we would always recommend contacting your local authority and asking before beginning any construction work.

To learn more from a professional planning permission guide, or to find out how we can help to ensure that you are granted the permission you need for your installation, please see our page. Alternatively, you can also contact us right away to hear more about this from one of our friendly team members.

How Much Will an Oak Frame Extension Cost?

In general, most of our oak garages, garden rooms, workshops, storage spaces, and other structures will cost somewhere between £5,000 and £30,000. However, to know the specific cost of the extension you would like to build for your property, you will need to speak to our team and tell us more about its size, intended use, and design complexity. This is because each manufactured product is made to the requirements and specifications of the purchaser, meaning that each also comes with a unique price tag.

We will be glad to work with you to calculate the cost of your own planned extension, sorting through each feature you would like to see (and use) in its finished design. Contact us today to get started on listing your specifications and one of our team members will be fully prepared to provide you with a quote.

Why Choose Us?

Below, we’ve listed a few of the reasons customers across the UK have made us their first choice for green oak-framed buildings and structures of exceptional quality:

  • Our products are all Q-Mark certified, meaning they have been made to industry standard
  • Our techniques and processes are all overseen by BM TRADA, one of the strictest and most highly respected certification panels in the UK
  • All products are manufactured from sustainably sourced wood, taken from a specially designated site in France. Three saplings are planted in place of every tree used in our work
  • All trees used in our work are grown and cultivated to be as tall, strong, and straight as possible, minimising waste in the manufacturing process, saving land space, and ensuring that we can keep our prices at competitive rates
  • The timber we use is thoroughly checked and graded upon arrival at our workshops, so that our experts can be sure only the strongest pieces are being used in our products
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Request a Brochure

We understand entirely if you would like the opportunity to browse through a brochure at your own leisure before deciding what you need for your extension. This is why we are more than happy to provide you with your own copy. All you will need to do is leave your details with us on our brochure page and we will email it to you as soon as possible.

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Expand Your Home as You Have Always Wanted

For the ideal solution to expanding your home and creating the most beautiful, comfortable space for all your living and working needs, contact English Heritage Buildings today.

Our team are fully prepared to provide you with a bespoke home extension that meets your noted specifications, exactly as you have asked for them. And within 6 to 8 weeks of the work being signed off, we will be glad to provide the specialist delivery and installation needed to complete the work.

Contact us and start planning on expanding your interior space with the help of our team today, or have any questions you may have answered before placing an order.

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Benefits of Choosing EHBP

  • WE ARE Q-MARK CERTIFIED
  • OUR TIMBER IS VISUALLY GRADED
  • WE DELIVER NATIONWIDE & JERSEY
  • WE HAVE OVER 30 YEARS EXERIENCE
  • WE OFFER FULLY BESPOKE DESIGN
  • WE USE SUSTAINABLY SOURCED TIMBER

Why Choose Us?

With nearly four decades working with green oak, we are at the forefront of our industry and are proud of the work we’ve done in the past and will continue to do in the future.

Q-Mark Certified

We are the UK’s only oak framed building company to carry an EXOVA BM Trada Q-Mark, which means that with us you get a standard that you cannot get elsewhere. 

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Business Award Winners

We are the recent winners of the South East Best Rural Manufacturing Business Award.

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