Whether you want an oak frame home or a conventionally constructed house, a full turnkey solution or some architectural input, we’ll help you to reduce risk, to have confidence and to enjoy what, for many of you, will be the most important project you’ll ever undertake.
Complete Oak Home creates bespoke turnkey oak frame homes. We are with you throughout your project, to guide and advise you every step of the way. All our houses are one-offs designed to match the exact requirements of each client.
Complete Architect is a RIBA chartered practice with a unique client led approach to design, and offers a full range of architectural services. We specialise in bespoke architecture, designing one-off houses to meet our client's exact needs.
Complete Home creates bespoke turnkey houses for clients who don’t want an oak frame home. We work in the same way as Complete Oak Home, making sure we are with you throughout your project, guiding and advising you at every step.
What makes us different?
When we work with you, something that might have felt risky and daunting with no certainty of a satisfactory outcome quickly becomes achievable. We inspire you with the confidence to know you’ll be turning your vision into a plan. This is delivered by:
A client-led approach to bespoke design
Good design evolves through collaboration. We match your needs and wishes with our skill and knowledge
From concept to completion, our cost specialists have a unique approach to helping clients bring their project in on budget
Our turnkey solutions are the most comprehensive, with everything you need under one roof. Don’t worry if you’ve never built an oak frame home before; we are your safe pair of hands
Our oak frame home experts are entirely independent of the oak frame manufacturing industry and our architects are independent of an ‘in house’ or ‘practice’ style
Our processes, infrastructure and the use of technology enable us to work nationally. We also work with clients based abroad or those having an oak frame home built in the UK
Our company ethos
To enjoy working with clients whose projects are of real personal importance, creating homes that reflect their aspirations. We don’t do off the shelf oak frame home designs
Our Oak Frame Home Gallery
Our oak frame home gallery comprises two sections, current projects and inspiration gallery. The first contains all our current projects, so you can take a look at all the different designs we are producing at the moment. The second is our inspiration gallery which is packed full of beautiful images of oak frame homes to spark your own ideas.
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“It's really great knowing that you're in control of things; thank you so much. I don't know why anyone would build in any other way.”C NASH
“The Complete Oak Home offer something rather different, not oak frame manufacturers but oak frame experts who design and build oak frame homes.”HOMEBUILDING & RENOVATING MAGAZINE
“Thanks again for your excellent work on making this happen. It is clear when reading the case officer’s report that the application itself hit all the ‘sweet spots’ and made her job easy.”M BULL
“We have both had a good look at the designs and we absolutely love them. It hugely exceeds our expectations and for this we are truly thankful of your superbly impressive work! We are so excited to think that this could be ours - you are very talented indeed.”D SMITH
“The one thing that has enabled us to progress is I believe finding a company that is prepared to partner with us from the very beginning and take us through planning, design/costing, tendering and build through to completion (or to any stage along the way).”M SMITH-KEARY
What Is The Difference Between Timber Frame and Oak Frame Homes?
Oak frame or timber frame? But isn’t oak timber anyway? Confused?
Whilst the terms are largely used interchangeably by self-builders, timber frame refers to the panel systems that creates the insulated air tight envelope around the building, and won’t be seen when the house is complete e.g. SIPS. Oak frame uses large post and beams of oak to create a visible structural space frame.