Heritage, Conservation and Period joinery.
We manufacture period timber windows and doors that conform to conservation legislation where we have to use single glass and good working practice methods are required.
B-spoke joinery can reproduce heritage windows, doors and estate gates using traditional methods that have stood the test of time leaving you with a quality installation that will be there for many, many years to come.
Period mouldings can be crafted to match existing timber work including skirting, architraves, dado and picture rails etc, in order for you to reproduce the quality craftsmanship that your property requires.
We have worked on a number of listed buildings producing work that matches previous original specifications in keeping with period buildings and homes.
Featured image shows Oak mullion windows which had to be manufactured to suit the reveal size and also existing glass/opening frame sizes in order to use the original traditional leaded lights. The windows had to be stained down to the exact colour in order for the windows to be in keeping with the original spec, our client did not want there to be any trace that work had been done. Extensive repairs were also carried out in order to refurbish the original hand soldered lead came lights.
Circular work in carpentry and joinery demands a high level of skill and specialist techniques, B-spoke undertake circular joinery work comprising of curved windows and arch doors. All curved windows can be manufactured to receive single or double glazing incorporating lead work if required. Arch doors can be made fully glazed , panelled or a combination of both.
We also hand craft curved sash windows that can be made in a traditional Georgian style or simply plain glazed.