Joinery

The 19th Century brought many changes to British architectural styles. The quality and availability of glass changed considerably during this period allowing and requiring different joinery techniques, profiles, timber sections and overall shape. Architecture is as prone as any other field of human creativity to change and development: windows being the 'eyes of the property' are a natural feature for architects to stylise to give a building its unique appeal.

JoineryThere are many 'standard' features that can be incorporated to your new windows, some of them include:

  • Segmental arches to upper sashes.
  • Segmental arches to top meeting rails.
  • Fully arched heads.
  • Glazing bar configurations.
  • Unequal division of sashes.
  • Alternative/unique horn styles.
  • Alternative mouldings and bar shapes.

The list could go on for many pages, suffice to say we are confident of producing or reproducing any viable sash window design which you, or your architect, can conceive.

Our joinery teams consist of experienced woodworkers specifically trained in this field of expertise and they love a challenge!

If you have an unusual requirement, photograph it or send us a drawing and we will get back to you directly with an indication of cost and delivery lead-times.

Timber Windows

Butler & Bowler windows maintain the aesthetic of a traditional window manufacture with the benefits of innovative design and incorporating modern technology. Maintenance is a breeze.

Wooden Doors

Timber Doors

Butler & Bowler uses the latest door manufacturing technology that allows our products design versatility and optimum performance.

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Bespoke Joinery

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