Bespoke Timber Door Restoration

Replacement Timber Doors

Wessex Restoration manufacture, supply and install period style external and internal doors that can be made using a variety of softwood and hardwood timber species such as oak, ash, redwood and pine.

Styles include Medieval, Gothic, Georgian, Regency, Victorian and Edwardian with other build styles available such as ledged, ledged & braced, cottage and stable.

We also offer bespoke joinery services to cater for unique or specific design requirements. We can even copy a design from a photo or from an original piece, so you could order a replica of your neighbour’s door.

Timber door features

  • Interior and exterior doors
  • Front doors, patio doors and French doors
  • Bespoke design and manufacture
  • Any design, configuration and thickness possible
  • Glazed panels, decorative joinery and traditional ironmongery available
  • Fully draught proofed
  • Match the scribed inner mould with existing profile
  • Fire rated internal doors also available

Energy efficiency

Energy efficient timber doors

Wood is a naturally insulating material, and solid wood front doors or timber framed patio doors can receive excellent energy ratings when combined with high performance glazing.


Timber door glazing

At Wessex Restoration, we’re proud to be able to offer a bespoke joinery service and recreate doors like for like. This means we go out of our way to restore existing glazed panels or source identical glazing for a replacement door. We offer authentic drawn glass types and we can even source decorative double glazed panels.

Types of timber

Wood types for doors

Softwood, hardwood and specialist timber are all available for our range of solid wood doors. Choose from popular and durable timber types, including air-dried oak, sapele, Douglas fir and European Redwood. Or why not ask us about other timber types? As long as it’s sourced sustainably, we can help you out!

Painting & finishes

Painted wooden doors

All our timber products are pre-treated with an anti-rot finish, with a prime finish ready for painting. Many people prefer to let the beautiful natural woodgrain shine through for a natural finish, however it is also possible to receive your new doors pre-painted, or we can arrange our painting and decorating services on-site.

Our Restoration Projects

We have carried out renovation projects on numerous properties in conservation areas and listed buildings. Read about some of our heritage restoration projects, including bespoke designs and replica period features!

Kresen Kernow Archive Centre
timber sash window renovation
Case study: Timber sash window renovation and repair
Tyndalls Park Road
Refurbishing Grade II listed building at the University of Bristol