Timber the natural choice

Timber has stood the test of time and is as important today as ever before, It’s natural strength, ability to be moulded to almost any shape and high insulation values, have made it a perfect product to use in your homes and garden including stairs, entrance doors or windows.

Timbers such as Accoya, a timber that has gone through an acetylation modification technique which offers long life and stability, engineered softwoods to traditional hardwoods such as Oak and Ash, all finished in the latest protective coatings that offer long term durability, stability and exceptional long life.

Timber frames

Timber acts as a focal point, adding warmth to a contemporary home or adding the traditional touches to a period property. When timbers such as Oak, Walnut and Ash are used in conjunction with structural glass to create beautiful stairs it creates a stunning focal point while maintain the feeling of space and light, that can complement both modern and traditional homes. These stairs are stunning and with the appearance of floating treads, yet still practical to use and maintain.

Nothing impresses more than the look and feel of a secure and solid grand entrance door in solid timber, you can create you own individual design to be manufactured by our skilled craftsmen and thanks to the resilience of timber, modern construction methods and engineered composite panels, door are secure, weather tight and stable in any location.

Timber Entrance Door

Arched traditional timber door

Traditionally windows were always been made of timber, more recently architects and home builders have rediscovered its benefits and beauty.

Using modern materials and designs including composite aluminium clad Scandinavian window’s, timber has become a product of choice both for listed properties but also for highly insulated modern homes.

Stairs in workshop
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Chisel timber in worshop

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