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Joinery Timber

Europes’s finest logs for clean straight grained joinery.
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Joinery

Europes’s finest logs for clean straight grained joinery

For joinery customers who are looking for long lengths of oak, we source trees standing in the private forests of northern Europe. Here we can buy a veneer and first quality log that produces a superb quality board which we then air-dry for three years, ensuring that the structure of the board is not damaged by pre kilning.

Oak Doors

Hand made to a clients individual specification and cater for the idiosyncrasies of older properties as well as contrasting with modern materials in high spec new build houses and barn conversions.

English or European character oak is selected by our team of experienced craftsmen. Specialising is wide boards we use three or four planks in each door. with three horizontal braces and optional diagonal braces

Elm Doors

Solid doors complement any home whether contemporary or period.  An alternative hardwood for interior doors is elm.  Differing grades of  elm are available from character to prime.  We select the grade to complement the style of the room where it will be fitted. Elm is a very popular choice in barn conversions, cottages and farmhouses where a more characterful door is well suited.

Staircases

Using any hardwood timber for a staircase adds that additional design element to a space.  Revered by architects and engineers not only for its strength and architectural attraction using oak, ash, elm or cherry for staircases offers a range of design opportunities   Combined with modern materials for a contemporary look or used in the more traditional way it adds the wow factor.

Seen here,  this innovative stair was constructed using a combination of digital fabrication and traditional boat building methods. First modelled digitally and ‘unravelled’ so that it could be CNC cut as a two-dimensional shape.  The first two treads were built up from several layers of ash.  The remainder are all from solid ash boards which have been separated by gaps.

Highest grade english oak now ready for collection