Arboreta shares the same passion and vision for oak framing as our sister company Welsh Oak Frame, who builds oak frame houses, with over 20 years building experience. Arboreta and Welsh Oak Frame share the same skilled craftsman, with both companies based at our office and workshop in Mid Wales, working nationwide across the UK.
To visit, find out more, or request a brochure or design consultation, please call us on 0800 288 8333.
When we talk about heritage, we’re referring not only to our own history as a company, but also to our thorough knowledge and understanding of centuries-old skills which we apply every single day. Just like the medieval oak frame buildings which still stand today, our oak frames are built to last. An Arboreta oak frame structure will not only stand the test of many years’ low-maintenance service, it will also age beautifully and actually improve over time and we’re proud to be contributing to British architectural heritage. The wonderful warmth, character and charm of our beautiful oak frame living spaces will endure; to be enjoyed for generations yet to come.
An Arboreta project is always undertaken with careful consideration to the building’s surroundings and the project’s environmental impact.
Our Arboreta timber frames are constructed from Green Oak, chosen not only for its strength and beauty but also because it’s so, well, green. Green Oak is carbon neutral, sustainable and occurs naturally, therefore doesn’t require large amounts of energy to manufacture, and, though it’s the oldest building method employed today, the traditional oak frame is thoroughly modern; being the most environmentally friendly too. At Arboreta we select superior QPA grade European timbers and take care to source our oak only from sustainably managed forests with a proven programme of felling and replacement. Our building systems are approved by BM TRADA.