Professional
Repair or Replacement of wooden timber doors

With years of experience and a commitment to craftsmanship, we provide high-quality services to restore the beauty and functionality of your wooden doors. Whether your door needs minor repairs or a complete replacement, our skilled team ensures precision and attention to detail in every project.

Enhance the aesthetics and security of your home with our professional wooden door solutions. Explore our services and discover why we are the preferred choice for homeowners seeking excellence and reliability.

Door repairing process

1. Assessment and Inspection

Damage Assessment: We will Inspect the door for issues such as cracks, warping, sticking, loose hinges, or damage from pests or moisture.
Determine Repairability: We will evaluate whether the door can be repaired or if it needs to be replaced.

2. Removal and Preparation

Removing the Door: The next step is to take the door off its hinges to make the repair process easier and safer.
Cleaning the Door: We theclean the door thoroughly to remove dirt, dust, and any old paint or varnish.

3. Repair Process

Fixing Cracks and Holes: We Use wood filler or epoxy to fill cracks and holes, then sand the area smooth once it’s dry.
Addressing Warping: If the door is warped, it may need to be clamped and straightened, or the warped section may need to be replaced.
Hinge and Hardware Repair: Tighten loose hinges, replace damaged hardware, and ensure the door fits properly in its frame.

4. Reinstallation

Rehanging the Door: Once repairs are complete and the door is refinished, it will be rehung on its hinges.

Final Adjustments: Finally wmake any necessary adjustments to ensure the door opens and closes smoothly and aligns properly with the frame.

Door replacement process

1. Initial Consultation and Measurement

Site Inspection:We will Measure the door frame and assess the type of door required, including style, material, and any custom features.
Material and Design Selection: We can come to an agreement on choosing the new door based on the your preferences and the architectural style of the house.

2. Preparation for Replacement

Removing the Old Door:We carefully remove the old door from its hinges.
Preparing the Frame: We will theInspect the door frame for damage and make any necessary repairs or adjustments to ensure it can support the new door.

3. Building the new door

Construction: We construct your new door on-site at our workshop, based in Ramsgate, Kent.

4. Installation of the New Door

Fit and Adjust the New Door: Wplace the new door in the frame to check the fit is perfect. We may need to trim the door slightly  if necessary to ensure it the fit is up to our expectations.

Hinge Attachment: We then Attach the hinges to the door and frame, making sure they are aligned correctly

Install Hardware:
Finally Install the doorknob, lock, and any other hardware, including the extra parts needed for fire doors, ensuring everything is aligned and functions properly.

5. Finishing Touches

Seal and Finish: We may apply weatherstripping to ensure a good seal, then finish the door with paint, stain, or varnish as needed.

Final Adjustments: The last thing to do is to check the door’s operation and make any final adjustments to ensure it opens and closes smoothly and securely.

6. Clean-up and debrief with you

Site Clean-up: Clean up the work area, removing any debris or old door parts.

Customer Walkthrough: We will conduct a final walkthrough with you to demonstrate the new door’s operation and address any questions or concerns.

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Aftercare

Aftercare for wooden doors is essential to maintain their appearance and functionality.

Regular cleaning is important: use a soft cloth and mild soapy water to wipe down the door, avoiding harsh chemicals that could damage the finish.

For exterior doors, consider applying a protective coat of varnish or paint every few years to shield the wood from weather damage.

Inspect the door periodically for signs of wear, such as cracks, peeling paint, or warping.

Tighten any loose hinges and lubricate locks and handles to ensure smooth operation.

Additionally, check and replace weatherstripping if necessary to maintain energy efficiency and prevent drafts.

Regular maintenance will help prolong the life of the door and keep it looking its best.

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