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All our doors are made with sustainable timber from responsibly managed forests. We manufacture our solid timber doors to a minimum thickness of 54mm with our engineered timber doors being 60-63mm thick. This allows us to use double glazed units up to 28mm thick incorporating a 20mm gas filled cavity.
All our doorsets use Schlegel Aquamac draft seals to ensure an air tight seal around all perimeters and joints.
We use 5 lever sashlocks on traditional style doors or Winkhaus 5 Deadbolt Thunderbolt locking mechanisms which give excellent security along with our 3* Euro cylinders.
Mortice and Tenon Joints
Schlegel Aquamac Seals
Toughened Safety Glass
Inward and Outward Opening Options
Various Thresholds Available
Stainless Steel Ball Bearing Hinges
Solid and Engineered Options
Choose Your Timber
5 Lever SashLock or Multipoint Locking System
3* Cylinders as Standard with Multipoint Locking
Integral Blind Glazing Available
Pick Your Own Hardware Finish and Style
Choose a Finish : Varnish / Stained or Painted
All our doors are handmade and therefore can be made to any specification or design you require. We can work from complex architectural drawings or simple sketches to produce your perfect doorset that will be unique to your property. Unlike many modern manufacturers we only use solid or engineered timber. No veneer. We also use traditional mortice and tenon joints which are wedged and glued using waterproof (d4) adhesive to create an exceptionally strong and durable product.
Paul was excellent. I would not hesitate to get him back to do more work. In fact I am planning to. He was very knowledgeable and professional. The door that he made for us is beautiful and has helped to transform our house.James Brown
Our Latest Work
We keep our customers up to date with the progress of their project. We even keep a blog of our main projects for potential customers to see. Select a project below to see the progress stages of each or view our archive of previous projects.