Author: Mary Briggs

Oak Frames and Weddings

Oak Frames and Weddings

There’s something so special about seeing a couple on their wedding day having their photo taken with one of our oak frames as the backdrop. Cara and Chris got married at Dumfries House, in Ayrshire. Scottish weather is not the most predictable, so the roof over Mains Bridge II is very practical! I know rain […]

Options for finishing an oak frame

Options for finishing an oak frame

Once we have constructed your oak frame, whether it is a porch, a bridge or a whole building, we can finish the oak in several different ways. This removes any dirt and working marks that may be preset after the construction phase. Planed or sandblasted? Machined or hand-finished? We always recommend leaving oak to grey […]

My oak frame project. Where do I start?

My oak frame project. Where do I start?

If you’re planning an oak frame project from scratch, here’s our advice on a) the process to follow and b) how we work. There are four key stages to creating your oak frame… A note about planning permission Does my project need planning permission? Go straight to your local council’s website or the planning portal […]