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About The Classic Barn Company
I am passionate about offering guidance and forming relationships with others who appreciate traditional structures of beauty.
I am dedicated to developing beautifully detailed, oak framed buildings that differ from the mainstream.
We like to support the industry, including architects, builders and of course our valued clients, with creative ideas and practical solutions in oak framing. If you’re interested in our area of work, take a look at my user contributions.
In recent years our designs and customer service have received considerable recognition through winning awards, being featured on TV, having articles written in publications, even royalty has visited our creations.
I try to capture videos and photography that really capture the essence of our creations and have found others enjoy seeing our work and sharing within their own circles.
You can watch our latest video "Dream Garages Crafted in Oak" by clicking the image below:
I have a focus on designing, engineering and building modular, oak framed, garages using traditional joinery techniques to create long-lasting, classic looking buildings. I have developed my knowledge greatly over the years and by understanding the engineering involved in creating an oak framed building, which is not only beautiful but also practical and usable, it has enabled me to create our innovative range of Extrawide™ garages.
I’m lucky to have worked on many incredible projects and particularly enjoy working with listed buildings and in areas of outstanding natural beauty.
I like to connect with vibrant business people as there is often synergy across the industry and there are so many ideas, but not enough time in the day!
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