Why Choose Us
Real oak requires a structural engineer and planning would require you, in most situations, to use new oak and not ancient timbers. Although some new oak can look effective in certain properties, in others it can look out of place and the overall cost implications can be huge.
Oak cladding is another expensive solution. Using sections of new oak to cover an existing RSJ can be, in our experienced opinion, the worse solution. It has the effect of appearing obviously new and the joints are often visible.