For over thirty years, Round Wood of Mayfield has made a home in the heart of East Sussex. Our timber mill and oak framed offices are surrounded by ancient woodland, providing the perfect backdrop for our work.

We specialise in high-quality, bespoke timber products and garden features. Our range includes cladding, decking, flooring, skirting, sleepers, planters, firepits, water features and statues, as well as complete oak framed buildings. All designed to add character and quality to your outdoor spaces, and intertwine the boundaries between your home and the nature that surrounds it.

Oak Framed Garages

All of our oak frame garages are traditionally crafted using oak pegged mortise and tenon joints. Each frame is manufactured and then pre-assembled in our workshop, to ensure quality and ease of build once delivered to...

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Oak Frame Buildings

Oak Framed Buildings

For over thirty years, we have planned, erected and finished thousands of oak framed buildings. These range from porches, garden gazebos and home offices,...

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When it comes to decking, oak isn't our only speciality. Over the years we have developed a range of decking boards that are durable...

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Continuously expanding to ensure you find the best match for your project, our extensive cladding selection offers a range of hardwoods such as oak,  and softwoods such as cedar. We also supply boards from the Thermory®...

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Our oak flooring is produced from high grade European timber whether in solid form, or engineered - for use with underfloor heating if required. Our engineered flooring is of an extremely high quality and features a...

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Garden Features

Transform your garden into a stylish and relaxing outdoor retreat with our beautiful selection of garden design products, including statues, furniture, firepits, water bowls...

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Pots and Planters

Browse our Pot and Planter Accessories range, which are perfect for raising planters off the ground and to assist with drainage. This handy collection of feet and saucers also provide that finishing touch to your garden...

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Round Wood of Mayfield Ltd is delighted to welcome Mayfield Porcelain Ltd to its East Sussex showroom, offering a unique array of stunning porcelain tiles for indoor and outdoor use. From traditional to modern, minimalistic or natural styles in a vast range of finishes, colours, sizes, and effects.


Throughout our growth from a sawmill processing felled timber in the aftermath of The Great Storm, to a leading nationwide supplier of oak framed buildings, timber products and garden features, we have maintained a strong commitment to quality products and trusted crafting techniques.

Our wide scope of activities is underpinned by an ongoing commitment to sustainability. This has seen us invest in technology to virtually eliminate our wood waste. All offcuts and sawdust are either processed into wood fuels, or fed into our biomass unit to power our kilns and heating systems.


Over recent years, environmental impact has become an increasingly important consideration in construction. The provenance, sustainability and efficiency of raw materials have faced particular scrutiny. Timber from well managed sources stands up well. It has the lowest energy consumption and CO2 emissions of any commonly used building material. Its thermal insulation properties mean that oak frame buildings require less energy to heat, whilst the bi-products from manufacture are carbon neutral and recyclable.

Green oak has seen a particularly marked increase in use. In addition to the strength and character it provides, it tends to be responsibly harvested given the significant regulation it is subject to.

At Round Wood of Mayfield we always endeavour to source our oak from P.E.F.C or F.S.C. approved sources. These industry associations certify forests that demonstrate their sustainability with a rolling programme of felling and replacement.

As young oak trees absorb more CO2 than those that have reached maturity, this method of harvesting can actually benefit the environment. The oak that comes into our workshop is quality controlled to ensure it is of the highest quality. This, combined with the expertise of our craftsmen, helps ensure that we are producing a building that will endure for many, many years.


Stay informed with our expert advice and insightful stories. Whether you’re looking for tips on maintaining your timber products or inspiration for your next project, our blog is a valuable resource.


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