In Doors

Beechinwood Lane



TN15 8QN




Contact us

You can phone us at 01732 887445 or use our simple contact form to find out more.

Business hours

Monday - Friday: 8.00 - 5.00

Saturday: By appointment only

Our projects

We have successfully completed an impressive variety of joinery projects. We've built up so much experience over the years with a dedicated and loyal team that is able to deliver projects reliably, on time and within budget.


This project list demonstrates our ability to manage and construct a variety of jobs for customers, whatever their requirements. The examples given below exemplify our philosophy of achieving great results by keeping things simple.

A hardwood front door, frame & sidelights fitted to a country house near Oxted, Surrey

A set of steps & ramp in the Undercroft of Hampton Court Palace

English oak front door, Dame Annis House, Epsom

This door is infact an exact replica of the original which is on the other side of the house. The house was built in Essex in the 15th century but in 1920, the owner decided he would rather live near his beloved race horses in Epsom. The house was dismantled, moved to Epsom and rebuilt. Sadly the cost ruined the owner & he had to sell up!

European oak front door & frame in our local village of Platt

Loosely based on the door at No. 11 Downing Street, everyone copies No. 10 - we dared to be different!

The full restoration of an Orangery near Kingston

The complete front of the Orangery was rotten and had to be replaced. The roof was supported by scaffolding & we removed the jambs & doors 1 section at a time, replacing them as we moved along.

Finally, after a great deal of hard work, all done. 

A cupboard front in a converted barn near Maidstone, Kent

The 2 central doors & cornice are reclaimed from a Victorian rectory. The 2 outer pairs of doors were to made to match from reclaimed pine to create this breakfront wardrobe/cupboard.

A variety of projects carried out on a farmhouse near West Malling

A new front door copied from the original which was beyond repair
A new door made from reclaimed pine leading into a study
Old door, old lock, new knob
The most important thing in a games room - the bar

Bookcases & cupboards made for offices within Hampton Court Palace