In July and August 2017, we carried out an extensive renovation project at the Thatched Cottage in Wingrave near Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire. The original windows and entrance door were removed and replaced with bespoke timber alternatives which were designed and manufactured at our factory in High Wycombe. The property is now benefitting from much improved levels of security and increased thermal efficiency. Project details Project: The Thatched Cottage – Rural character property Products and services – Complete timber window and door replacement including removal of originals Project overview The windows and entrance door for this installation were designed to complement the … Continue reading
We were recently contacted by the owners of Red Lion Cottage in Amersham, Buckinghamshire to undertake some renovation work at their home. The property is a Grade II Listed Building, so it was imperative that any renovation work retained the property’s character and style. The project involved replacing all the windows and the entrance door with high quality timber alternatives. The cottage is now benefitting from secure and energy efficient windows and a stylish new door, and has lost none of its traditional charm. Project details Project: Red Lion Cottage – Grade II period property Products and services – Complete … Continue reading
All Saints Church High Wycombe Based in High Wycombe, Kirkman Joinery are experienced joinery installers, having completed a huge range of projects across Buckinghamshire and the surrounding areas. We were contacted by a local architect who was working with All Saints Church in the heart of High Wycombe. Our job was to come up with a concept for new front doors, and storage cupboards. The church were delighted with our designs and we were instructed straight away. Project Details Project: All Saints Church – High Wycombe Products & services: Bespoke doors, cupboards and stair case and more Completed: The project was completed … Continue reading
Joinery installation photos Based in High Wycombe, Kirkman Joinery are experienced joinery installers, having completed a huge range of projects across Buckinghamshire and the surrounding areas. When we were contacted by the owners of this property in High Wycombe, we therefore stood out as the obvious choice to provide them with a complete timber window and door replacement solution. The owners of this property wished to have timber windows installed with stained glass windows, and with our experience working with both timber and glass, we were able to provide them with exactly what they wanted. Project Details Project: High Wycombe … Continue reading
Joinery installation photos Kirkman Joinery were contacted in the early stages of 2015 by the owners of a property in Chalfont St Peter, Buckinghamshire, regarding the supply of bespoke sash windows and curved top door sets. Following a site visit and consultation, it was agreed that the property required us to manufacture and fit a set of bespoke sash windows to accommodate pre-existing arches, and complementing door installations. With decades of experience carrying out bespoke joinery projects, Kirkman were the ideal choice for the project. Project Details Project: Buckinghamshire, Chalfont St Peter property – curved sash windows Products & services: … Continue reading
To give the owners of this beautiful property exactly what they were after, we suggested a complete glazing solution by replacing the existing windows with ones which were handcrafted by Kirkman. We installed a complete set of our stunning hardwood casement windows for a look which is traditional, but with additional glazing bars for a touch of contemporary styling.
Our hardwood casement windows not only offered the beautiful aesthetics the owners of Nottwood House were after, but they also offered excellent levels of durability and reliability. Continue reading
When the owners of this beautiful property contacted us regarding a complete window and door replacement service, we were able to recommend them bespoke frames which exactly matched their requirements – being both durable and aesthetically pleasing. We replaced all the windows and doors at the property with European Oak, and had them finished with a Satin Lacquer for an extended lifetime, a softened colour tone, and excellent flexibility and adhesion.