We have a purpose built joinery shop in Frome, Somerset where all our work is carried out. We employ our own excellent joiners who are committed to providing first class joinery products.

Our front doors available to buy online are supplied with 18mm duplex bars within the double glazed units, and our timber glazing bars are applied to the duplex bars. This allows us to provide traditional sized glazing bars on modern double glazed joinery.

Yes. Our joinery workshop can match any type of bespoke joinery using a wide range of timbers.

The hardwoods that we use are generally more stable and weather resistant than joinery quality softwoods. All of our softwood windows are manufactured with hardwood cills as it is this component of a window that is subjected to most of the effects of weathering. We would prefer to manufacture exterior doors in hardwood as the door stiles will be more stable and less inclined to warping and movement once fitted. All of our bi-folding door sets are manufactured in hardwood.

Timber is a natural product and is subject to movement when exposed to different conditions such as different temperatures and moisture levels. Some timbers are more stable than others and we can provide advice on the best product for the situation in which you wish to use it. All our timber is stored inside and the moisture content is within British Standard requirements.

We can generally provide advice on any element of your potential joinery project whether it be the style and appearance or the weatherproofing detail and the timber to be used.

Yes, it is possible to manufacture doors to receive double glazed units. There have been many changes to the Part “L” of the building regulations, which refers to the insulation values. doors must now be carried out to ensure that heat loss is kept to a minimum. This relates to any window or door where the total area of glazing which is more than 50% of the overall products, which vary in thickness and technical make-up. This can have an effect on the size of glazing bars and timber profiles generally as these need to be increased to accommodate larger glass sizes. As glazing technology improves there are more and more options available with regard to glazing and we can offer advice and guidance on which will best suit your situation.

There are exemptions to this regulation and where buildings are listed or have historical value it is often worth contacting your local planning or building regulation department to find out whether you need to comply.

The time it takes from placing an order to completion depends on the size of your project and our current workload. Usually we work on 4 to 6 week lead-time for most orders, but please contact us for more information if you have a pressing project or specific deadlines.

All of our front doors bought on our website are supplied glazed with 24mm (4/16/4) Pilkington K Argon gas filled toughened double glazed units with black warm edge spacer bars.

We offer a bespoke service at Framework Joinery where every product is individually made to order. This way, every job we do is made to exactly the style, size and timber that you the customer may choose. All we ask is that you provide us with an indication of what you require and we will be happy to do the rest.

Yes, we offer a delivery service to Mainland UK on all our front doors.

Collection in person is absolutely fine, once the job is complete we will give you a confirmation call and you can arrange for collection at a time that suits you best.

All our timber is purchased from companies that our committed to providing high quality products from well managed sources to ensure that the supporting sustainable forestry.

Any other questions?

If you have any other questions which are not answered here, please email info@frameworkjoinery.com or give us a call on 01373 455564