Tudor Oak provide bespoke joinery nationwide, primarily in South East England – Kent, Essex, Sussex, Surrey and Buckinghamshire. We regularly make doors, gates, panelling, and windows for the period and modern houses from London to Tunbridge Wells, Canterbury and Brighton. Our workshop and showroom are located close to the M2 and M20 motorways. It is a short 30-minute drive from the M25.
Bespoke Oak Doors and Gates
We make and install solid oak external and internal doors and frames. Additionally, we supply solid oak gates, mouldings, windows, beams and oak fire surrounds in period and classic style. Similarly to our handmade furniture, Tudor Oak joinery is made in the period and classic styles.
We apply traditional methods and the highest level of care and attention to detail to our joinery. Likewise, we use the same methods in our fine handmade furniture. Each customer receives a truly personal service from the start. For Tudor Oak, no job is too big or too small. Our craftsmen can design and make a large front door for a period property. Equally, we are happy to supply just a few pieces of door lining.
In particular, we are happy to help with restoration and heritage renovation projects. Our craftsmen have a wealth of knowledge of period joinery and experience of working with wood. Therefore, they can provide advice on the best solution to meet your requirements.
Period and Bespoke Joinery
Tudor Oak undertake specialist period oak architectural joinery. We work closely with architects, specifiers and builders on their projects utilising all our traditional skills. Our craftsmen use English and European oak timber kiln-dried on the premises.
In order to ensure the best possible accuracy of bespoke joinery work, we prefer to take specifications from qualified carpenters or architects.
Tudor Oak joinery is of the highest quality and made to last. Additionally, it will add to the value of the property.
Please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org or 01622 541711 to discuss your project or to arrange a site visit.