is a resource for anyone looking for joiners who specialise in the restoration and renovation of period doors, for bespoke door makers to copy an old door, or for suppliers of reclaimed doors in order to maintain a property in keeping with its original style.

We hope that it will be of help to owners of listed buildings and to those wanting to conserve the features of older properties, whether or not they are in conservation areas or subject to a preservation order.

Finding the right door furniture and hardware to match the original can be difficult, so often one has to resort to something similar. The cost of having copies of an original brass casting is prohibitive in most cases, but may be a requirement when restoring a listed building to its former glory.

If you have a beautiful old door that no longer fits well and lets the draughts in then you may want to consider draught proofing it until such a time as you can have it re hung, restored or replaced. It's pretty easy to do it yourself using one of the many types of draught-seal, though if you don't have the time or inclination you may want to employ a tradesman to do it for you.

Please note: does not carry out or quote for work, it is an information source and directory, so if you request a quotation/estimate don't expect a reply! Estimates and quotations should be requested from the specialists and suppliers listed on the website.

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If you fit, repair or restore period doors, or you are a bespoke joinery manufacturer interested in reproducing original doors or a supplier of reclaimed period doors, fill in and send the web form to apply for a free listing.

Likewise, if you supply reclaimed or reproduction period door furniture and hardware, supply and/or fit period glass for doors or are a supplier or fitter of draught-proofing products compatible with conservation projects, you may wish to request a free listing too.

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