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Take a look at our projects to see why clients including Manchester City Council and brewers JW Lees have trusted us with their most valued properties.

But it isn’t just those big projects that we love to take on.

Our skilled craftsmen can turn their hand to residential briefs including extensions, kitchens, stairways to smaller bespoke items.

Case Studies  |  Joinery

within our workshop, we create unique pieces of artisan craftsmanship

Sash Windows:
New and Refurbished

Client: Greater Manchester Council

These are modern wooden sash windows that slide on sash balances and house double glazed units, made from start to finish in our workshop.


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Lectern, Altar and Cupboards

Client: St Thomas’ Church, Middleton

This was a traditional joinery job in an ecclesiastical setting which was a pleasure to complete. We used solid European oak to create these simple but elegant pieces.

Oak Staircase and Cupboards

Private Client, Cheshire

Our clients called us in to refurbish their home which had been damaged in a fire.

We fitted and adapted the oak staircase, made a new door for the landing and installed solid oak flooring. The job was finished with a medium stain and oiled.

We also upcycled some solid oak panels from old kitchen cupboard doors. We recut the mouldings to use again and released the panels to reframe onto the walls using every bit of the door. This private job was a joy to do and shows just what you can do from some old kitchen cupboard doors!

Coffee Table

Private Client

A customer asked us to frame these printer’s wooden blocks in a table to match – we were delighted with the results and so was she!

Case Studies  |  House Extensions

Creating a cost-effective alternative to moving house

House Extension &
Walled Garden

Private Client, Cheshire

Case Studies

Two Storey Wrap Around
House Extension

Private client, Gatley

We provided a full design and build service for this extension, which added two bedrooms and two bathrooms to the family’s 1950s detached house. The project took four months to complete.

Case Studies  |  Building Works

We offer the full range of general building services

Walled Garden

Private Client, Cheshire


Park House,
Wall Rebuild


This job involved reconstructing a dilapidated wall and matching up the new and existing red brickwork.

Case Studies  |  Restoration

Breathing new life into old properties with respectful restoration

Heaton Hall

Client: Greater Manchester Council

Heaton Hall is a magnificent country house built in 1789 set in the rolling landscape of Manchester’s Heaton Park.

Manchester Council embarked on a massive restoration and refurbishment programme starting in 2015 and we were part of the team that worked on the project over a four-year period.

Heaton Hall
Heaton Hall
restoration of Heaton hall


Client: Greater Manchester Council

Wythenshawe Hall is another architectural jewel in Manchester’s crown. The 16th-century medieval timber-framed historic house was damaged by fire in 2016.

We were asked to make a new oak window to match the burnt remains of an old window and as you can see are proud of the results. The Hall is set to reopen in 2020.

timber window frame
Wythenshaw Hall
Wythenshawe Hall

Case Studies  |  Refurbishment

Tasteful, refurbishments which blend in with the existing structure

Duke of York Oldham

Client: JW LEES

We were delighted to be asked to do a full refurbishment of The Duke of York in Oldham. 

Middleton Cricket Club


Ye Old Boar’s Head,

Client: JW Lees

We were chuffed to get this job as it’s our local pub! It involved a complete refit including fitting a new bar, oak panelling to the dining room and re-tiling the toilets.

The Hinchcliffe,
Cragg Vale

Client: JW Lees

This refurb was completed over a two-week period and included new bar, panelling and a bookshelf.