Superior Carriage House Designs

Entrances are constructed using Oak framing and attractive curved bracing, pegged in a traditional way and supported on staddle stones. We pride ourselves on a personal, approachable service and are passionate about what we do.

Feature Upgrades Over The Chart Range

Oak Framed Entrances

Chester Carriage House entrances are constructed using 150mm x 150mm (6″ x 6″) Oak support posts, framing and attractive curved bracing with staddle stones under the central posts. Traditionally crafted, these aesthetically pleasing frames add an extra prestigious look and feel to your entrance bays.

Roof Trusses To BS Standards

Chester Carriage House roof trusses are designed to BS standards meaning the roof can be altered to different pitches as well as support heavier roofing materials.

Soffits & Fascias

Chester Carriage Houses with specialist roof trusses and Onduvilla tiles / felt tiles include soffits and fascias fitted to all sides of the building giving a tailored finish.

Onduvilla Tiled Roofing

Onduvilla roof tiles are included as standard, and you can choose from three different colours (black/slate, shaded red, or shaded brown).

  Chester Range Chester Range
Main Features Optional Extras
Structure 2.5m (8’ 3”) to eaves
Pressure treated timbers externally and internally (excluding roof purlins)
Increased eaves height of 2.7m (9’)
Framing 100mm x 50mm (4” x 2”) pressure treated prepared timber framing
Design Changes Can include Offices or Workshops
Linings & Insulation An eco-breather membrane is placed between the studwork and exterior cladding Selection of internal insulation and linings
Entrances Oak ‘framed’ entrances Timber double doors and up and over doors
Guttering, Soffits & Fascias Guttering to both front and rear.
150mm (6”) soffits and fascias
Roof Roof trusses constructed to British Standard
Increased roof pitch of 22.5°
Onduvilla tiles available in three colours underlined with 18mm OS Board
Felt tiles in four colours
Increased pitch to suit roof finish up to 35°
To take clay tiles, slate or cedar shingles
Staddle Stones Central Oak posts supported by staddle stones