Wessex Restoration is a specialist heritage joinery with 25 years’ experience designing, supplying and installing timber glazing products for period properties.
We have worked on a range of projects alongside some of the UK’s best architects and contractors, mainly refurbishing and repurposing period and listed buildings.
With a combination of precision woodworking machinery and experienced traditional bench joiners, we can offer traditional look timber windows, doors, profiles and panelling that achieve modern specifications.
Specifying heritage timber products
From sash windows to timber mouldings, period fire doors to lantern roofs, we are able to produce authentic period pieces to match your designs. We can also make replicas of original timber features from a photo or drawing to scale.
Wessex Restoration can provide technical information and drawings for all of our products and can even create digital drawings using Auto CAD to allow you to incorporate them into your design plans more easily.
We can also offer you any advice and guidance you need in choosing the best timber products for your next project, including technical information such as ventilation ratings, energy efficiency, and performance.
For more information about any of our products or services call 01275 810322 or contact us.
Architects we have worked with
|Stride Treglown||Paragon Laundry – Swindon|
|Purcell||Kresen Kernow – Cornwall|
|Allford Hall Monaghan Morris||Queen Victoria House – Bristol|
|Aaron Evans Architects||Royal High School – Bath|
|AWW Architects||Brunel House – Bristol|
|Peter Yiangou Associates||Manor farm – North Oxford|
|Claire Wood||Manor farm – Tetbury
|Berman Guedes Stretton||Cheltenham Museum & Art Gallery|
|Ferguson Mann||Knightstone Island|
|Smith Gamblin||Woodard’s Development – Taunton|
|Kendall Kingscott||Clifton Hill Hospital Bristol
Chesterfield Hospital, Clifton Court
|O’Leary Goss||City of Bristol College|
|HTA Architects||Hanham Hall Redevelopment|
|Bauman Lyons||Tower Works – Leeds|
|FCB Studios||University of Bristol, Tyndalls Park Road|