Joinery Conservation

B. Mulford Historic Carpentry Ltd undertakes the conservation and restoration of all types of historic joinery. For example: doors, windows, floors, staircasess, cornices and decorative architectural elements such as panelling or barge boards and finials. Usually as part of a larger contract including oak frame repairs.

Old and New

On some jobs, restored original and bespoke new sit side by side. Newly designed elements are created to complement the old, not spoil them. Where necessity dictates an historical element needs to be replicated because it has been eaten away through rot or beetle infestation, this can be done taking great care to reproduce the smallest of details.

Bespoke Joinery

When a client requires an original or individual design to be produced, often in a particular historical style, or from a sketch they have made, this can be turned into the finished article using the highest quality materials and methods in traditional joinery.