July 2002

Restoration of a 250 year old Cheshire farmhouse gable end.

Our first large scale restoration of a listed buildingĀ  required the removal of an entire gable and side wall from the front of the house. Working closely with the conservation department of Cheshire we carried out careful repairs to each member of the structure, preserving all we could and replacing with air-dried oak where […]

March 2002

Gate bannister

October 2001

The tea tasters barn, Cheshire

Our very first heavy frame. Built in 1999 for a tea taster to work in. We had a weather vain made in the likness of a tea pot to mount on the roof. Built from larch beams and including 4-5 pieces of oak from the original building which we managed to retrieve when the […]

March 1998

Fitted pitch pine bedroom units

A set of fitted bedroom units constructed from pitch pine beams reclaimed from an Anglesey chapel which was being taken down.

April 1997

Oak Homes begins business

We begins trading as Oak Homes in February helping restore the Elizabethan manor Plas Mawr in Conwy, North Wales.