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Barns and New Builds

We are frequently the specified contractor by Project managers, Architects and Builders. This is because they know our product and they know we will provide exactly what they need and we will give them an excellent and individual service.

We are favoured by many of the local quality property developers and builders who we work closely with and we are happy to deal with individual customers who are running their own projects or who just require one item.

We are small enough to care, giving our customers the individual attention they may need and yet big enough to carry out the large developments. We have many years experience of producing all the joinery required for a complete barn conversion, a total renovation or a new house.

The Green Pavilion

This summer house has been architect designed to include all the comfort and insulation of a proper home. As well as many environmentally friendly features, it has electricity, a wood burning stove and double glazing all the way round.

Norfolk Barns near Brancaster

Various windows to fit existing barn openings, keeping the character of the original structure.
Folding French windows.
Wooden external cladding.

Converted Cow Byre

This restored farmhouse and barn complex has been completely renovated with a range of bespoke wooden fittings.
Complex variety of windows
Exterior cladding
Architraves and skirting

A new house built in the Norfolk tradition using chalk blocks.

We supplied the traditional looking joinery built to the modern insulation and draft proofing standards required by today's building regulations.



Typical Norfolk Barn

Large screen windows made to fit the existing opening.
Also created for this project were all the internal and external doors as well as all the windows and many other internal features.


New build.

An architect designed new house on the North Norfolk coast with individual and detailed windows to the client specification.

Converted cattle sheds.

We have made these windows to fit the existing openings in the traditional semi-circular style. These were traditionally found in many barns and were made by the local wheelwright.


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