All our Garden Rooms are:
Made from hand-selected, expertly crafted oak
Planed all round for a smooth finish
Made of high quality Fresh Sawn Oak
Flat-packed for easy assembly
Currently on an approximate 8 week (from drawing sign off) lead time
Expertly Crafted Solid Oak Garden Rooms
Also known as: Orangeries, sun rooms, conservatories
Oak Timber Structures supply the highest quality and most luxurious oak framed garden rooms. Every oak frame we produce is different to suit your requirements.
All sections are planed all round and lightly sanded to ensure the perfect finish and supplied in a kit form to keep the costs to a minimum for the client or builder to erect with ease.
CAD drawings are initially supplied for your changes and approval before we start to manufacture the oak frame. We then select the finest oak freshly cut oak and begin to manufacture the individual oak frame. All holes are pre-drilled and traditional mortise and tenon jointing is used to ensure the highest quality of craftsmanship is used throughout the build of your oak frame. Oak pegs and curved oak braces are also supplied. The frame is then erected in the timber yard, coded and de-assembled for delivery.
Our oak framed garden rooms slot together perfectly and are secured by knocking in our oak pegs, which will tighten the frame up instantly and continue to tighten as the oak frame mellows to its surrounding.
All of our oak frames are individually, expertly crafted with joinery techniques that have been used for hundreds of years and will look more beautiful with age, whilst still keeping the elegant and luxurious homely feel.
The timeless feel of your oak framed garden room will never reduce and will allow you to appreciate the beautiful outdoor views of your garden whilst relaxing in a strong, natural oak framed building.
Feel free to call us or you could even email us a sketch of your desired oak garden room. The simplest of sketches can be designed into the most beautiful looking oak frames.
How Your Garden Room Will Arrive
Your garden room will arrive in kit form packaged like the following:
Using the Oak Garden Room Controls
You can design your own bespoke garden room by using the controls above. The 3D Model will then change depending on the options you select.
Garden Room Size
The size control lets you select one of the pre-set sizes (3x3m or 4x4m) or select custom to type in your own width and length dimensions.
The custom control is only shown when the Custom option is selected in the size control. This allows you to type in your own width and length dimensions within our limits.
The Thickness control allows you to choose the section size of each of your posts (175mm posts are usually the most popular).
The roof height allows you to choose how high you would like the roof to be within our limits
Boarding | Battens | Roofing
The boarding control allows you to select whether you want:
Boarding is optional and depends on the on the use and installation requirements of your garden room.
The Battens control lets you select whether you would like:
Battens will be required to fix your shingles or tiles to, and they sit across the rafters.
The Roofing control lets you decide whether you have:
Untreated Cedar Shingles
Treated Cedar Shingles
If you need to match the tiles of an existing building then feel free to source your own tiles.
Dwarf Wall Size
Dwarf Wall Size
The Dwarf Wall Size Control lets you set how high you are going to build your wall (Brickwork is not included). You get the options of 225mm, 450mm and 675mm. If you’re fitting electrical sockets and radiators check, which height you should go for, with your building control officer
The Door openings control lets you decide which sides of the garden room you want to put a door in. You can place a space for a door on any side you like. Each doorway will be positioned in the middle of the chosen side.
The doors control allows you to choose whether or not you want pre-glazed doors or not. If you select to have the doors they will be automatically assigned to each opening you have selected in the door opening control.
Glazing Methods (Glazing Not Supplied)
The Glazing control allows you to choose which glazing method you would like to use:
We provide three options to support glazing units (provided by others). These options are referred to as "direct glazing", meaning the glass sits straight into the frame. The first option, "rebate with cover board" is the most popular method. The first two options with cover boards result in you seeing the coverboard on the outside of your garden room. If you look closely at the garden room in the photograph at the top of this page, you'll notice that it's these outside boards you're looking at, rather than the actual oak of the frame itself.
We do offer the "rebate and oak bead" method, which some people prefer so you can see the oak frame itself. Please note this will require sealing very well to take into account any movement of the oak frame as it dries.