Different sizes, shapes and species, we rely on them to mark the change of seasons throughout the year but how we do know when they are suffering? The majority of us wouldn’t be able to identify tree disease but it poses a serious threat to the UK and it continues to spread across the country.
Ironmongery may be the last thing you consider for your beautifully crafted joinery, but it’s an important finishing touch to complement those doors, windows, cabinets and other projects.
First impressions count in so many ways and that applies close to home - to our front door in fact.
You’ve chosen the joinery design that suits your sense of style and is just what you need, now you have to decide on a paint or stain finish.
Well designed and skilfully made joinery should be set off by a flawless finish to do it justice and this is where a paint spray booth really comes into its own.
When you are considering having some joinery work carried out, you will be asked a number of questions including those about what kind of timber you are looking to use. To the average Joe this is not something we may have put much thought into, but to Joinery professionals it can make all the difference.
Once you have decided on your joinery requirements and have discussed all elements of the timber, it’s time to think about the glazing aspect for your windows or doors and there are a number of aspects you will need to think about.
You may have heard the term ‘Accoya’ in relation to bespoke joinery and carpentry but it’s not always clear what it is, or what it’s used for.