Restoration of Oak Frames
David Rudge Associates offers a complete oak frame restoration and replacement service. We work within period, historical and listed buildings.
Our experienced craftsmen carry out extensive research on the building. We can then find the historical materials used in older buildings. This allows us to gain an understanding into the most effective methods.
We can then begin restoring and maintaining listed buildings. The work can be completed without damaging the original design and structure of the property.
We carry out traditional maintenance and repair. We work on oak framing, timber work and any other damaged wood for the following types of period buildings:
- Period Homes
- Heritage Sites
- Historical Structures
- Listed Properties
- National Trust Buildings
- Oak Timber Replacement in Listed Buildings
We offer a knowledgeable and enthusiastic service. We work with all types of historical and period building restorations throughout Staffordshire and the UK.
We work closely with property owners, developers and managers. This is to ensure that your building is maintained to a high standard and true to the original design.
We specialise in the timber work, oak frames and wood management. We work with of Edwardian, Victorian, Georgian and other period buildings throughout Staffordshire and the surrounding areas.
We take great care to assess the condition of the architectural properties of the building. This is so that we can produce traditional solutions to structural maintenance and development.
Listed Building Oak Restoration
Our experienced listed building experts offer a complete service. We work to help assess, restore and repair timber, oak frames and other woodwork within historical buildings.
We treat each building as an individual project. We research the specific materials used. We can then and provide restoration solutions.
For more information on oak frame restoration and replacement call us today. For listed buildings and historical buildings, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.