Carpentry and Joinery Services serving Suffolk and Cambridgeshire

We design, manufacture, repair and install all types of windows, doors, staircases and bespoke furniture. Carpentry and joinery works are always carried out on site or in our own workshop to the highest quality.


We repair and install all types of windows, always manufactured in our own workshop to the highest quality.

Window repair and replacement

Sash window counter-balancing

Replacement sills

Re-glazing of period windows (including double glazing)

Permanent draught proofing

Sash and Sliding Windows

Sash Windows

Full Window Replacement including Sash Lifts, Pulls, and Fasteners (Brass, Chrome or Satin) from £1,200

Sash Window Draught Proofing from £190

Sill Splices from £150

Double Glazed Sashes (Pair) & Draught Seal from £625

Single Glazed Sashes (Pair) & Draught Seal from £480

Glazing from £55

Casement Windows

Casement Windows are widely used in both domestic and commercial properties. Traditional, cost effective and versatile, their design allows them to be manufactured to include a number of design options.

Stormproof design

Fire escape windows

Side-hung or top-hung

Glazing bars

Transoms & horizontal bars

Mock sash in appearance


Our internal and external doors are all made from sustainable hardwoods. Natural oak shown in the picture below tends to stay in peak condition for far longer than veneered doors, lasting you a lifetime. Our wood doors are made using traditional techniques designed to prevent warping and we supply treatments that help your hardwood doors to withstand the elements, whatever the weather.





Materials we use

We always use timber from sustainable forests around the world.


We work with a variety of hardwood and softwoods including American White Oak, American Black Walnut, American Cherry, American Hard Maple, American Poplar , Meranti -Dark Red, Prime A Grade European Oak, European Steamed Beech, African Idigbo, African Iroko, African Sapele, and African Utilie.


Sapele (Mahogony)

Reddish brown in colour and comes from the Sapele tree found in West Africa. Some areas of the sapele log can produce a straight grain but more often that not the grain of this hardwood is more random. It’s well defined grain is one of the reasons Sapele is a popular hardwood to use as is it’s good durability.



Golden Brown in colour, the Iroko is a hardwood from Western Africa and has a low threatened status. Iroko comes from a tree called Milicia. The Iroko hardwood is very durable but can become a silvery grey colour when left untreated.



Yellow to light brown colour which is easier to work with and shape than most hardwoods. The Idigbo hardwood also has good overall strength and has a natural resistance to moisture.


European Oak

A light tanned colour gives this hardwood a different appearance to the mahogany types of hardwood although the European Oak is a very strong hardwood. The European Oak is not a endangered type of hardwood and has no conservation issues. The grain for this type of hardwood is a straight grain and when quarter sawn the European Oak tends to have a silvery grain appearance.


Douglas Fir (P taxifolia)

The all-purpose wood: strong, tough, moderately hard, resilient, straight-gained, and prized for its decorative appearance. Takes screws and nails moderately well, and has good staining and painting properties. Reasonably easy to dry, moderately durable.


English Oak

English oak is available but it’s more expensive and it tends not to grow so tall and straight, which makes it more suitable for furniture than construction. English oak is harder on the surface, although more difficult to work, it is preferred by some for furniture as it has pippy characteristics over the board. The grain is not always straight and the colour of the boards can vary according to the mineral content of the soil where the tree grew.


Southern Yellow Pine

Hard, dense and decorative, high strength to weight ratio, good figure and grain. Holds fastenings like hardwood. Easy to work, stable in its original dimension, but re sawing dry material is not recommended. Accepts preservative treatments exceptionally well. This timber is moderately durable.the board. The grain is not always straight and the colour of the boards can vary according to the mineral content of the soil where the tree grew.

We can work with any type of hardwood or softwood upon request.