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A Look At Victorian Window & Door Design

Victorian architecture originates from a series of architectural revival styles in the middle to...

Exploring Edwardian Window & Door Design

Edwardian windows and doors belong to the Edwardian architectural era that was prevalent during...

Opening Up Living Areas in Style with French Doors

French doors are defined as a pair of doors with glass panes extending for most their length. In...

Improved weather performance of Box Sash Windows

The effects of recent storms and severe weather in the UK makes you wonder whether our homes are...

Replacing windows or doors in a listed building or conservation area

Many historic buildings feature original heritage windows and doors that have survived for...

Does my joinery have to be CE marked?

When sourcing joinery products for a project, you’ll want to ensure that they are not only of...

What is the secret of choosing A residential staircase design?

Far from being simply a way to transition between different areas in a residential property, a...

What timbers can be used for joinery?

Choosing the right timber

Choose the right timber for your window, door and staircase joinery is...

Part Q regulations for Joinery - Frequently Asked Questions

Many questions surround the regulations affecting Joinery, particularly Part Q. Answers to these...