Author: Tom Buckler

Whether you’re looking for bespoke sash windows, French doors or other timber products to enhance your Devon property, you’ll want to give plenty of thought to your choice of materials. For example, did you know that solid timbers aren’t your only option for structural elements?...

Joinery is a highly skilled profession that involves producing key wooden features, such as timber doors and windows, for residential and commercial properties, including listed buildings. ‘Joiners are trained craftspeople who create bespoke products […] and are experts in using both traditional tools and state-of-the-art...

When you think of window dressing, you probably think of shop owners enhancing their shopfronts with everything from twinkling lights to eye-catching fabrics in order to entice potential customers inside. Liberty, the prestigious London department store, is renowned for what its website calls ‘innovative, all-encompassing’...

Following a successful event last year, we turned our focus to our local Rowcroft Hospice who have supported many of the families here at JTP over recent years. Despite a sudden down pour mid game, spirits were not dampened! We raised a fantastic £3,600, as...

Timber and uPVC are the main materials used to produce windows and doors for UK homes and other properties. If you’re looking for casement windows or patio doors, say, you may well be asking yourself, ‘Timber or uPVC – which should I choose?’ or ‘Which...

When you choose timber doors and windows, such as our expertly crafted entrance doors and sash windows, you’ll enjoy numerous benefits. For example, timber is beautiful, full of character, durable and helps to regulate the temperature in your home thanks to its superb insulating abilities....

The term ‘bi-fold door’ technically refers to a door made up of two folding panels. (This is the kind of door many people use to separate their kitchen and utility room, say). However, it’s also used to describe folding doors with more than two panels....

Timber sash windows have long been a popular choice. Delve into the history of sash windows and you’ll discover they go back as far as the 17th century. ‘Historic examples – including their glass – are integral to many old buildings,’ remarks the Society for...