Front Door in Accoya

A new bespoke external front door manufactured in Accoya by Ryedale Joinery .
Bespoke External Door

The above photograph shows a made-to-measure front door we manufactured and installed for a customer in North Yorkshire.  We used Accoya timber for both the door and frame.  The glass panels are double-glazed with quality gas-filled sealed units.  Sealant strips and brushes are fitted to the door in order to minimize heat loss and provide comfort for the occupants.  The door was spray painted in a Farrow & Ball colour at our own painting facility during the manufacturing process.  We use traditional methods to craft doors and can replicate any Georgian, Victorian or Edwardian style to match the original doors in any period property or listed building.

Sash Window Upgrades at Harrogate, North Yorkshire

Large house with sash windows
Upgraded Sash Windows

We recently upgraded all the sash windows in the above house at Harrogate, North Yorkshire.  We also manufactured and fitted both the external doors.  All the woodwork is in Accoya®.  The woodwork was painted, prior to installation, during our integrated manufacturing process.

The sash windows contain Planitherm Total (Argon gas filled) double-glazed units.  Full details of our sash window upgrade package can be found on our sash window upgrades page.

“From the Anvil” ironmongery products complete the package.  We think it is important that window and door ironmongery is fully in keeping with the overall level of quality and craftsmanship.

Doors Manufactured with Accoya®

 

Two external doors manufactured in Accoya®
Customer specified external doors in Accoya®

We manufactured the two external doors above in Accoya® timber.   The doors are to the exact specifications stated by two different customers.  Both customers stipulated Accoya® and that we paint their doors during the manufacturing process.  We believe it makes good sense to fully paint external doors and windows during manufacture.  The products are fully sealed and protected – and (perhaps more importantly) there is no need for anyone to pick up a paintbrush!