Broadoak Design Styles
As every Broadoak building has a unique and individual design, based upon your specific requirements and the surrounding environment, it would be difficult for us to show all the possible ways of building your garage. We have tried to make it easier for you to select the type of building you prefer by giving you the choice of the three different roof styles as shown below. All of our oak garages have the option of having internal partition walls where required.
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The Roding Range, has a fully hipped roof and can be as many bays wide as you wish, it can also have a log store (internal or external) added to either side, or a rear catslide which will help reduce the ridge height level.
The Barnston Range, has a conventional ridged roof with the gable at the front and rear. This frame is available in one or two bays only, and has the option of having an internal or external log store added to either side.
The Canfield Range has a conventional ridged roof with the gables to the side of the building. This frame can have the option of a catslide to the rear, this could be used to reduce the ridge height where needed.
Whatever level of involvement you would like from us, we still provide the same high level of service.
Should you wish to discuss any of the styles shown above with one of our designers please contact us here or telephone 01279 739277.
John Ruskin, 1819-1900