Social Networking

Although we enjoy the hands on day to day crafting of our oak garages we recognise the benefits of spreading the word across the world wide web and engaging with customers and enthusiasts.

So we decided to launch The Classic Barn Company’s twitter, facebook and youtube platforms where we will be posting new projects, design tips and anything we can muster up which maybe of interest to our readers.

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Dream Garages Crafted In Oak

Dream Garages Crafted In OakToday we are pleased to have launched our latest YouTube video, which highlights a variety of bespoke dream garages.

This video showcases our award winning oak garages in high quality detail. We pride ourselves on creating the ideal building for our clients, with a perfect combination of security, convenience and stunning design achieved through our expert British craftsmanship. We enjoy delivering dream garages to suit each individual, whether you need a space for multiple vehicles, or a garage with accommodation above and are able to work with a variety of projects, from contemporary new builds to listed period properties.

At The Classic Barn Company we use high quality oak, to create a beautiful building that built to last and fit for each individual’s needs. The new edition to your home and business is in safe hands, as our team can manage the whole project from start to finish, and our trusted professionals are accredited by the Guild of Master Craftsmen.

You can view the video by clicking the image above, please leave us a comment on the video to let us know what you think.

Building a Timber Frame Garage – as shown on ITV.

Earlier this year we were featured on ITVs “The Home Game” with Linda Barker. The program is designed to demonstrate various options for improving your home, with the aim of finding out how much uplift you can add to the value of the home. At the start an estate agent comes to value the home and then the homeowners carry out the work and the estate agent comes back to re-value the property.
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Introducing GoGoGate Smart Automation

Introducing GoGoGate Smart Automation, a ‘smart app’ for finger tip control to your automated garage doors. Read more »

How To Finish Oak Garages – YouTube

Design and presentation is so important when creating an oak garage building fit to last for centuries. In this short film your see a sequence of clips show-casing an array of Classic Oak Garages, this film take you closer to the detail both inside and out to get a real representation of the benefits in each of our Classic Barns. Read more »

How To Building Classic Oak Barns – YouTube

Here we see Andrew and some of the team showing you how to build a Classic oak barn at a location in West Sussex. Read more »

How To Make Beautifully Crafted Oak Buildings – YouTube

Every oak framed building company differs, as does each client. Furthermore the clients aspirations and needs are underpinned by their budgetary requirements. For those who wish to have an oak frame that represents outstanding quality, one that is built with longevity in mind then here are some of the areas to look into. Read more »

Finalists in The Buildit Awards

We are proud to have been nominated to the last 3 finalists in the prestigious Builtit Awards for our Handmade Timber Doors. Read more »

Introducing Our Classic Pool Buildings

The Guild of Master Craftsmen have kindly featured us in there news feed showing visuals for our latest oak framed pool building design. Here’s a preview we launched showing visuals of the design concept were soon to work on in 2016 for an undisclosed client in the South of the UK.

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Film Day

We took a call from WoodLands TV channel, after discussing what they were interested in, they kindly requested to come along with their film crew and make a short film about our Classic Barns. Naturally we said yes, then went into action mode figuring out which job looked best, did the lads have new uniforms and what was the weather going to be like etc. Read more »

Hampshire Fetes

I feel there is something very nostalgic about village fetes, the feeling that your grandparents have been doing this sort of thing before you and yet very little has changed too much. Read more »