Oak Hill Joinery Ltd
Here at Oak Hill Joinery Ltd, we manufacture a vast range of traditional front doors using our 'Flush Casement' design. These can include Raised & Fielded Panelling, TG&V Boarding, flat panels with bolection mouldings and so on…
All of our traditional doors incorporate dual weather stripping, low-level thresholds and high-performance ball bearing butt hinges. The doors also come with a choice of two lock options, a multi-point Espag locking system with Lever handles or the more traditional latch lock with mortice deadbolt locking system.
We can replicate an existing design exactly to original dimensions if your door is required to replace a like for like in a listed property.
A choice of mouldings, ironmongery, glass and paint finish can be chosen to make sure we create the perfect door design for you and your home.
GLASS: All of our doors come with toughened double glazed units with Argon gas. We can offer any bespoke decorative lead / colour glass if you require.
LOCKS: We will manufacture your bespoke door with a multipoint locking system which can be operated by a single turn of a key or handle operated if you wish, Tested to PAS24 and EN14351-1:2006 standard.
THRESHOLD: We will fit a low level threshold on top of our hardwood timber cills to create a seamless door entry while maximising weather prevention, these door cills are amazing at offering a completely water tight entrance and maximum durability over the years to come.
Do You Live In A Conservation Area?
If your property is a listed building – or you live in an area of natural beauty or heritage site – you’ll already understand the challenges presented when looking for wooden doors. Your installation will need to take into account the character of the local area in order to meet planning permission rules and building regulation requirements.
Here at Oak Hill Joinery will make sure that your new timber doors satisfy all planning, building and industry requirements. We will agree on the design with you before proceeding with any work and provide detailed sectional drawings for your application if required.