James Brown, founder of the company, is a carpenter by trade. He discovered his passion for traditional construction techniques through his apprenticeship in oak framing. When he founded The Green Oak Building Company, he pledged to build exclusively using green oak timber framed structures, to ensure the continued creation of unique heritage buildings and extensions.
Here’s a heads-up for all you hardworking woodfans…
Tuesday 15th Dec at 5pm is our ‘last orders’ day at the woodyard for the SHOP & for new PICKING LISTS.
That means orders made by 5pm on the 15th will still be processed, collected or despatched but 5pm is our cut off point to guarantee the 3-5 day lead time.
From the 15th onwards we’ll gladly take yourSHOPandPICKING LISTorders and we’ll still do our best to get them out to you but depending on volume, they may have to wait to be processed and despatched in the New Year when we’re back from our break.
The #TimberRack is still open of course & it will remain that way until Monday 21st December at 4pm. There are time-slots still available so don’t be shy, get on the booking system and call dibs on a slot with Ben & he’ll sort you out with some goodies to keep you busy over the break.
Speaking of our break… the woodyard & offices will be closed from Tue 22nd of December at midday and will open up again on Monday the Jan 4th at 8am.
Yup, we get a whole 2 weeks off! Aren’t we lucky woodfolk?!
But we close we’ll still be taking calls, checking inboxes, ploughing through quotes & processing your orders. We’ll be buzzing right up until a minute before midday on Tuesday so worry not.
If you find yourself desperate for structural timber at the last minute we’ve always got beam stock in the yard. You can check availability and prices online. You can complete a picking list of beams and Graham will do his best to squeeze them through the system.
Multi Award winning craft furniture maker renowned for contemporary bespoke furniture, luxury kitchens and architectural design projects. Simon, John & team have created commissioned pieces for both landscape and interior spaces – from places of worship, museums and universities, to purely sculptural installations.