New Accoya windows and doors in Victorian Coach House

Accoya painted Victorian windows and doors
Accoya painted Victorian windows and doors
Accoya painted Victorian windows and doors
Accoya Victorian windows
Accoya Front Door painted blue
Accoya Front Door painted blue
Accoya timber Window
Accoya timber Window

 

 

 

 

 

 

Medina Joinery manufactured Accoya windows, doors and bi-fold doors for a stunning flint Coach House in Hampshire.

Windows:

  • Available in a range of timber types to meet your specific requirements
  • Machine made for a high level accuracy
  • Hand finished for quality
  • Manufactured in any size or configuration in our own workshop
  • Factory sprayed finish in any colour
  • Fitted with secure locking system
  • Modern weather proof gaskets increasing the thermal efficiency
  • Energy efficient double glazed units
  • Maintain the traditional look of Victorian and Edwardian homes

Doors:

  • Timber doors design to match existing or to meet your specification
  • Solid Accoya wood doors 56mm thick for added stability
  • Fully wedged mortise and tenon joints for a solid construction
  • High security multi point locking
  • feature spray finished in any colour
  • Weather seals to reduce draughts
  • Energy efficient double glazing
  • Increased thermal efficiently

As a member of the British Woodworking Federation, we have a strong commitment to manufacturing high performance joinery and offering a professional and reliable service to our clients. Using state of the art machinery, all of our windows and doors are hand finished by our joiners to ensure the highest quality product. We can make any size and we offer any configuration of openers with a variety of locks and handles.

If you have a project in mind and need a quotation, contact us for more details on all our roof lanterns, windows and doors.

Call us on 023 9263 7380 or email info@medinajoinery.co.uk and we will be more than happy to help.

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