KPW Bespoke Heritage Joinery & Restoration with 40+ years experience

KPW Joinery Manufacturing has been supplying new solid wood windows and bespoke designed windows, designed specifically for your project requirements, for installation in new build properties and bespoke heritage buildings, Dave Wilson has been bespoke tradition repair and restoration projects for many years.

Responsibly sourced wood and water-based paints make new timber windows and doors a great choice for the environment; you can be sure that your replacement timber windows will arrive on time, fit the bill perfectly and surpass expectations, Dave Wilson is a time served craftsman with 40+ years in the joinery manufacturing business.

Contact us for your free site survey and no-obligation quote.

Here are some examples of doors and windows that can be bespoke designed, repaired or restored by KPW Joinery heritage craftsman Dave Wilson, some of the windows could even have double glazed panels inserted.

The use of multi-layered timber that is strong and resilient against warping and twisting makes replicating original sash and flush casement windows down to their slim elegant frames possible whilst still utilising top performance double glazing.

With these modern techniques uPVC has been removed as being the only option for thermally efficient modern windows, with real wood windows also having a look and feel that surpasses that of plastic or wood effect foils.

KPW Joinery Manufacturing has a well-placed reputation for innovative techniques and materials you can be sure that you are getting the best from your new double glazed windows with no compromise.

Dave Wilson will give you his professional opinion, with many years of experience in the joinery trade, Dave Wilson knows his joinery when it comes to reconstruction/repair/replacement of heritage windows, doors, architrave, and wood fancy work that can be produced on the woodworking machinery or by hand in their workshop, the workshop also gives you that master craftsman tool collection while characterising itself with a workshop of years gone by.