Joinery Manufacturing

 

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We have an in-house joinery manufacturing workshop with over 30 year's experience supplying to both trade and the general public. With a wide selection of timbers available - we can advise on the suitability of timer choice for your particular project.

 

Windows, doors, mouldings and staircases all manufactured to the highest standard using carefully selected hardwoods and softwoods from sustainable and managed forests.

 

We offer a bespoke joinery service where we can cater for your individual needs. Below are a few of the wood species we can supply:

 

Sapele | The most popular of all our redwood Mahogany type timbers and available in a full range of sizes. A good number of our customers are now using Sapele as an alternative to Brazilian Mahogany - mainly because of its price advantage.Beech | This species is often used for turnery, furniture, domestic woodware and flooring. Typically straight grain with fine texture. Typically straight grain with fine texture.African Mahogany | One of the most versatile of all hardwoods and is used in some of the most elegant woodworking designs. Mahogany grows throughout Africa and South America, and can grow as high as 200 feet tall.
English Ash | Used widely for joinery, furniture and sports goods. Sapwood & Heartwood - white turning to Pale biscuit (centre can have darker hearts).Meranti | Dark Red Meranti is part of the 'Shorea' group of Hardwoods. It machines and finishes well. Available in long lengths and a maximum of 300mm (12Red Pine | The red pine is a native North American tree species sometimes erroneously called the American White Oak | White Oak has become increasingly popular as a result of the decline in specification of tropical hardwoods. One of the most widely used American hardwood species. Seen everyday in offices, building society premises and modern public buildings.Douglas Fir | Douglas Fir is often used for construction, exterior and interior joinery and furniture.Iroko | A durable hardwood that is often used as an alternative to Teak. Very versatile as our list of uses shows. We advise that any machined piece is fixed immediately after machining.Agba | A lightweight fine textured wood from Africa. It has sticky resin and when wet has an odour. Similar in colour to a light mahogany.Brazilian Cedar | A hardwood of great commercial interest for over 200 years and still very popular today, particularly with window and conservatory manufacturers because of its moderate durability and its Mahogany characteristics. Reasonably priced with many other end-uses.

 

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