Oak beams are a very versatile timber. They can be used to create a variety of different kinds of structures and they have many uses in the home, including flooring and ceilings. Oak beams are one of the most popular materials used in modern homes. They offer a rustic look and feel to your home, but they also have many other benefits that make them one of the best choices for your home. 

Oak beams are an ancient building material that has been used throughout history. Oak is a tough and durable wood that is also beautiful. For centuries, people have used oak to build homes, barns and other structures. Oak beams are made from the heartwood of trees that have been cut down and allowed to dry out for years. When the wood is dried completely it will have a characteristic yellowish colour.

 In this article, we’ll look at the information that you need to know about oak beams and their benefits. Here are some things you should know about oak beams:

Oak beams are available in a variety of sizes rectangular, square, round and half round and shapes, from the narrow battens to the wide slabs. Each has its own unique qualities and applications. For example, oak beams for staircases are usually larger and heavier than other types of oak beams, which make them ideal for high ceilings or large spaces like living rooms or kitchens. Oak beams can be cut to any length or width you require. If you want your oak beams to be cut to size on site, then we recommend that you contact us as soon as possible so that we can make sure they are ready for when you need them.

The primary reason why people choose oak beams over other types of wood is because they provide excellent protection against rot and decay due to their high levels of natural resins within the timber itself. This makes them much more resistant to moisture than other types of construction materials such as pine or pine bark.

Oak is an attractive, durable and weather resistant timber. It’s also a popular choice for interior and exterior construction, as it features a warm, natural appearance that will not fade with age. Oak beams are available in two basic finishes: natural (untreated) and oiled (treated). Both types have their benefits but choosing one over the other depends on your preferences as well as your project’s requirements. They also have the advantage of being able to be used in a wide range of applications, from residential homes to commercial buildings and more. You can contact Traditional beams for more information.