THE WORKSHOP & JOINERY TECHNIQUESadmin2020-09-06T17:38:22+01:00
THE WORKSHOP & JOINERY TECHNIQUES
Bespoke joinery use traditional techniques to manufacture all their windows, doors, conservatories and orangeries from there own workshop in Askern which is situated just off the A19 between York and Doncaster.
We use very high powered woodworking machinery with modern tooling enabling us to produce quality joinery time and time again to very accurate standards. Having our own machine shop allows bespoke joinery to manufacture or replicate any project that you may have in mind.
Bespoke use traditional joinery techniques and methods during the manufacturing process such as scribed mortice and tenon joints. All our joinery is assembled by hand and finished off to the highest degree by our qualified craftmen.
We offer a full package from initial guidance and design to the completed project.
We have a team of experienced tradesmen at our disposal.
A friendly family run business providing you with a more personal service.
I’d just like to send my thanks to you all for your hard work and professionalism. We absolutely love the quality and style of our windows they are the best in the area by far! Nothing was too much trouble for any of you and would highly recommend B-spoke joinery to friends.
Many thanks again
5 Stars would highly recommend! The workmanship shown by B-spoke joinery was superb from start to finish. The windows and doors we have received are exactly what we were looking for and the whole process was a breeze, from a quick quotation to the cleanliness of the on site work we were thrilled. Would definitely recommend!
Thank you to the B-Spoke Joinery team for the work carried out on our house. The quality of our new windows and doors is excellent and the team carried out the work in a professional manner, they were clean and tidy through out the installation. The Job was installed on time and to a high standard. We cannot thank B-spoke Joinery enough.
B-Spoke Joinery are well-versed and experienced in manufacturing and fitting (down to the finest detail), and working, within both the historic and sensitive natural environments. Being sensitive, practical, and professional in all aspects of maintaining the materials history and visual appearance of often complex and awkward façades and buildings.