M&R Joinery Services make a complete range of external timber doors, including many different styles and patterns of Bi-Fold doors, Period style doors, French doors & Back doors.
Designed to be in keeping with the character of your home, all of our doors are made to order by craftsmen to individual designs that are agreed with you before manufacture. We can also exactly match the design of any existing timber door if required. At the same time we incorporate the very latest in door technology so as to ensure industry leading security, insulation, durability, finish and reliability. Giving you the very best wooden doors that are available.
Our timber doors conform to or exceed relevant building regulations (FENSA) requirements. For more details call us today on 0845 121 3166.
M&R Joinery Services is committed to minimising the environmental impact of the work that we do. Where possible we use materials from sustainable sources. See our environmental page for our policies.
The Timber We Use
At M&R Joinery Services we consider a number of key factors when deciding what timber to use for our windows.
- Suitability – is the project internal or external
- Durability – Durability is an essential quality
- Straightness of the grain – Straight grained timbers are more stable
- Texture (fine or coarse) – The finer the grain the easier to finish to a high standard
- Sustainability – M&R Joinery Services only use sustainable timbers
- Cost – Purchasing timber on the basis of cost is almost always a false economy
The quality of the timber we use and our joinery construction methods are of paramount importance to the lifespan of your doors. We use the traditional mortice and tenon contruction techniques, identical to those that were used throughout the Georgian and Victorian periods.
New timber doors need to be re-painted, or even re-glazed over the years, but if the timber or joinery construction fail expensive replacement is likely. It is very important to use good quality timber.
The Styles We Offer
We can manufacture almost any type and style of new timber door you require. View our portfolio to see the types and styles we typically offer. Or view the technical specifications for our doors.
The Glass We Use
One of our great strengths is our ability to offer bespoke glazing specifications to traditional windows, thereby providing solutions to a wide range of our customers problems. We source our glass from a wide range of suppliers, from those who are world leaders in glass manufacture such as Pilkington and St Gobain, through to small independent suppliers of very specialist products such as Timberlite.
Our wide range of suppliers enables us to cater for a large range of applications and styles, such as patterned, obscure, safety and laminated glass.
At M&R Joinery Services we ensure that our new timber doors play their part in minimising energy consumption. In an average house around 10% of heat is lost through doors. In a period property the heat loss from old and ill fitting doors will often be much worse around 20%. Our doors and the way that they are glazed cut heat loss and comply with the latest building regulations and offer the very best in energy efficiency without compromising the character of your home.
The Standard We Deliver
M & R Joinery Provide a full factory painted finish on all windows and doors. The finish system is a Micro porous Paint system with the ability to produce any colour.
The Sash Windows or Doors will receive a Factory Paint Finish System which consists of 1 primer and 2 top coats which is spray applied giving a high quality finish. We have professional paint booth’s to prepare all of our products ready for carefull dispatch and professional installation.
We work towards 450 microns wet film thickness with an end grain Kodrin sealer which enhances the life of you Sash Window or Door. The range of window furniture and security locks we offer is very extensive to suit every need and taste.
Delivery & Installation
The manufacturing process typically takes twelve weeks from receipt of order. Our Installations team will contact you to arrange installation and will take care of details such as access to the property, parking and any other considerations.
Once the installation team completes the work, they will ensure that you are completely satisfied before departing.