Monday, 20 November 2017

Oak can transform your surroundings

RIDGEWAY Oak is a well established local company based in Checkendon, making and erecting bespoke traditional oak framed buildings ranging

RIDGEWAY Oak is a well established local company based in Checkendon, making and erecting bespoke traditional oak framed buildings ranging from whole houses down to small outbuildings and porches.

They can provide the whole service from basic manufacture and construction of the oak frame right through to the complete building from design to handover including all of the other building trades.

In addition to these buildings Ridgeway Oak also provide beautiful custom made oak joinery some of which is illustrated here in these photos.

Have you considered what a big difference you could make to your own house for a relatively small amount simply by adding a new bespoke oak framed porch and new matching oak entrance door and frame?

Or how about making a complete transformation by replacing your old and tired (and often mismatched) windows with new ones in oak * all designed and made to suit your own house?

If you would like to find out more about Ridgeway Oak, contact Graham Russell at their Sonning office on 0118 969 3348, or email ridgewayoak@btinternet.com.

Alternatively, call Kevin and Steve at their workshops in Checkendon on (01491) 680909 or visit www.ridgeway-oak.co.uk

IAN KENDRICK Ltd offers landscape gardening — both hard and soft — as a complete package for the most discerning client.

From the design process all the way through to construction, Ian’s services and qualifications and experience as a carpenter allow him not only to recreate your outdoor space but enhance it with decking, paving, brickwork, pergolas or even a water feature! His careful eye for detail and his passion for his work will leave you completely satisfied.

For all your gardening, building and maintenance needs contact Ian on 0118 972 4277, mobile 07702 415494 or email info@iankendrickltd.co.uk

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