Complete renovation of external joinery – Burwash
Sometimes a little extra to the design can finish off a property nicely
Our client contacted us in regards to this property in Burwash, East Sussex. This property required a full restoration to the external joinery some of which was to be painted and for some to be made out of Oak. As this property was grade listed it was important that we kept the design as close to the existing as possible. There was many different manufacturing techniques required as the designs varied from each item.
This project also required us to use different types of glazing that are available to us some were single glazed with applied steels to give the diamond effect, others were slim-light units which provide us with an alternative solution to double glazing when it is not possible to do so.
As you can see the Front Door is a focal point of the property with the design giving it the wow factor required. this was made from complete prime grade European oak alongside the stainless steel fittings which compliment the door perfectly.
Window and Door Replacement in Barn Conversion
The couple who owned this beautiful Barn conversion needed to replace the external windows and doors throughout this property. Wealden joinery were tasked with replacing the existing with double glazing and for these to be as low maintenance as possible this was achieved using Accoya as the timber of choice because of its properties to withstand rotting along with the fact that it does not swell or twist.
Colour was a big factor in this job and many samples were produced to help the customer make the right decision. Security was also high on their priorities as they wanted to feel safe and secure. It was decided that multi-point locking systems were to be applied to all items to give them the highest standard of security possible.
17th Century House, Rotherfield, East Sussex
Sash windows have had a resurgence in popularity in the last few decades as new generations have appreciated again their innate beauty. Wealden Joinery are glad to be able to make it possible for people to replace old, rotten sash windows with a modern equivalent which marries both beauty and practicality using the latest in glazing technology and security fittings.
This long standing customer in Rotherfield has been replacing her old joinery gradually in batches and we fulfilled the latest commission for five large Georgian sashes in March.
Grade I listed Cottage, Hailsham, East Sussex
The couple who owned this beaufitul grade 1 listed cottage near Hailsham approached Wealden Joinery to replace their windows having found it hard to find a joinery to meet their requirements.
They especially wanted advice on the bathroom window glazing to ensure that it was appropriate for a building with historical significance. They decided to go for Ile de Fleur glass despite the extra cost, and are now satisfied that the new joinery and glazing are true to the cottage’s heritage.
Victorian Stately Home, Hartfield, East Sussex
Bespoke joinery really comes into its own when an unusual shaped window needs to be made. Five original Victorian arched windows in the grade 2 listed stable of a stately home in Hartfield needed replacement.
Andy, one of our joiners with a wealth of experience, took on the job. The original windows were removed and used as a template to make the Accoya replacements which also replicate the glass style by using lead lights.