Oak Out Buildings Hampshire
Oak Out Buildings Hampshire – Horton Barns constructed a ‘Pizza Hut’ outbuilding for a client in Hiltingbury, Chandlers Ford in 2010. The outbuilding was constructed with an oak frame on a raised base and a cedar shingles roof. The building was weather boarded to the rear and had a timber staircase to the front.
Chandler’s Ford lies on the old Winchester to Southampton road and the ‘Ford’ is thought to refer either to the ford of Monks Brook on the Hursley Road (shown on the Hursley map of 1588 as “Charnells foord”) or on the Winchester-Southampton road. The “Chandler’s” prefix was added in the late 16th century, and is derived from the surname, Chaundler, of a family in the area from the 14th Century.
Oak Out Buildings Hampshire – Horton Barns
All Horton Barns clients are individuals and treated as such. Our buildings are individually designed and built and are created exclusively to order. Horton Barns oak framed buildings include, but are not limited to, home offices, garages, houses, annexes, conservatories, pool rooms, barns and garden rooms.
Horton Barns offers the service of constructing the base and brick plinth or we will have surveyed your builder’s base. We deliver the complete frame to site and erect with our own directly employed craftsmen. Horton Barns will then stud, clad, cut the roof and fit any specified joinery and glazing. We will then either tile using our own roofing team or leave the building ready for your own roofer.
Horton Barns staff take pride in their work, whether it be drawing a unique design, making an oak frame to the highest traditional standards, assembling a building on-site, making an oak pergola or feature roof truss.
Horton Barns offers a personal service, getting to know their customers, whether through a full project or meeting a smaller need. Whilst our architectural services mean we can supply detailed drawings showing elevations, plans, sections and specifications which can be used for making a planning application. We are happy to undertake your planning application or work alongside your own architect.