Architectural Joinery

Joinery to Complete Your Home

The windows and doors may be considered the most important pieces of external joinery in house construction, however Architectural Joinery plays an important role in creating your chosen style. This joinery form is the process of covering structural elements and improving the appearance of a building; the finishing touches. For example, bargeboards to cover the rafters, fascia boards to finish the lower edge of the roof or a cornice to cap off a bay window.  

Architectural Joinery
Architectural Joinery
Architectural Joinery

A Bespoke Service

We offer a service that makes bespoke pieces for every client. Whether you would like us to match a moulding from an existing window and use it on a cornice, or colour match the paint on an existing door to use on your new bargeboards, bespoke work is the cornerstone of our business. This approach can tie elements of a building together leading to a constant aesthetic and historic accuracy.

Architectural Joinery

A Bespoke Service

We offer a service that makes bespoke pieces for every client. Whether you would like us to match a moulding from an existing window and use it on a cornice, or colour match the paint on an existing door to use on your new bargeboards, bespoke work is the cornerstone of our business. This approach can tie elements of a building together leading to a constant aesthetic and historic accuracy.

Architectural Joinery
Architectural Joinery
Architectural Joinery
Architectural Joinery

A Bespoke Service

We offer a service that makes bespoke pieces for every client. Whether you would like us to match a moulding from an existing window and use it on a cornice, or colour match the paint on an existing door to use on your new bargeboards, bespoke work is the cornerstone of our business. This approach can tie elements of a building together leading to a constant aesthetic and historic accuracy.

The Finest Details

We produce architectural joinery with the same consideration for detail as all of our joinery. Although the majority of our joinery is produced using advanced machines, this area of joinery often calls for expertise in the use of hand tools; finials and sprockets crafted by hand, using carving chisels and draw knives.  

Architectural Joinery
Architectural Joinery
Architectural Joinery