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Oak Carpentry

Greenwood Oak Architectural Carpentry

Over the past 20 years Greenwood Oak has worked on a wide range of interesting building projects with Architects, Structural Engineers and specialist builders. As you will see in our portfolio, we have, together with these professions, combined our skills with outstanding results.

Greenwood Oak is committed to the highest standards in the design and manufacture of Oak framed buildings and we are proud of our ability to work with our clients to maximise the creative potential of every project.

Our clients have included The National Trust, The Peak District National Parks Authority and Cheshire County Council. We have worked on grade two listed buildings, commercial properties and renovations of properties in the Snowdonia National Park.

Oak is one of the most durable,strong, beautiful and sustainable building materials in use today. All our Oak is sourced from accredited suppliers complying with FSC and PEFC certification. Green Oak Framed Buildings are a carbon store for 100’s of years of carbon emissions.

Greenwood Oak is based in Cheshire and is happy to discuss proposed projects in the North West England area including: Shropshire, Staffordshire, Derbyshire, Lancashire, Greater Manchester, Cheshire, North West, Cumbria, North Wales and Yorkshire.

Garden Rooms & Orangeries

Air-dried oak frames glazed with A'' rated double glazing.

Oak Garages and Garden Offices

1, 2, 3 and 4 bay garages with various roof designs.

Oak Framed Buildings & Extensions

Often designed in conjunction with architects, these projects compliment the existing structure.


Open and glazed entrance porches designed to enhance any property.

Balconies and Bridges

Bespoke Oak Balconies and Garden Bridges

Garden Structures

Pergolas, gazebos, outdoor kitchens etc.

Bespoke Oak Stables

Oak stables and equestrian buildings.

Swimming Pool Houses

Oak framed buildings for swimming pools and similar types of activities.


Includes National Trust projects.