This standout garage was originally meant to be a brick build.
However, after discussing with our team the potential for an oak garage, our client decided this was the route they would prefer to go. The client was looking for a head-turning build, and knew Enville Oak could deliver.
Enville Oak had been previously commissioned to construct an oak porch for this client. Following the build of the porch, our client re-entered planning permission for a garage and once permission was secured, Enville Oak was able to construct this one-of-a-kind two bay garage on their property.
A garage with a focal point...
The two-bay oak garage features a dynamic sling braced canopy and softwood cladding for a traditional appearance.
This is elevated by dramatic dark roller doors, Spanish slate roofing tiles, and dark grey brickwork which offers stunning contrast to the traditional structure.
The focal point, however, is the electric clock tower which sits at the apex of the garage.
This bespoke garage by Enville Oak truly highlights our flexibility and willingness to fully embrace a client’s brief.
Sling brace canopy
The garage features a sling braced canopy to the front elevation, adding dimension and character to the build. The oversized garage enabled Enville Oak to upgrade the oak material section sizes used, for an impressive structure.
Oversized 2 bay garage
The spacious garage has two dedicated vehicle bays and offers complete security and peace of mind for our clients with automatic aluminium roller doors.
Spanish slate roof
The Spanish slate roof tiles utilised on this full hipped roof adds a contemporary touch, complementing the dark grey brickwork and aluminium roller doors. Lead hip detailing creates a weatherproof and durable design.
Electric clock tower
The all electric, self-altering daylight-saving clock tower is a unique and fun feature of this garage, fulfilling our client’s brief for a head-turning build whilst requiring little maintenance with its intelligent design.
Inset softwood cladding
Enville Oak’s inset softwood cladding retains the traditional oak look and is finished with a lead flashing detail to seal joints from water ingress.
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