Wooden Doors – Bespoke & Made-to-measure
TC Joinery is a local timber specialist and wooden door manufacturer, experts in creating high quality bespoke wooden doors. Just as stunning as our other bespoke joinery services, our timber doors are all made to measure to your requirements and come in a variety of styles.
Our high-quality timber products range from wooden internal doors, french doors, glazed doors and much more for you to choose from.
Why Choose Wooden/Timber Doors?
Wooden doors are often considered the best doors you can buy for your home, this is thanks to their natural and elegant appeal.
There is also something very satisfying when you open and close a timber door, not to mention they give an unprecedented impression to your friends and family.
We use premium hardwood and softwood’s from FSC accredited sources, ensuring you only get quality products. Our wide array of door designs consist of external doors, exterior doors, front doors, fire doors, and much more.
Due to the high quality of timber we use to manufacture wooden doors, you not only get products that look great, but products that are durable, reliable, and more importantly long lasting.
Wooden doors are a fantastic way to give your home a timeless look and resolute style. TC Joinery has a wide range of paint, hardware finishes, and designs available.
All of our bespoke doors are made-to-measure to ensure you get a perfect fit.
The Benefits of Wooden Doors from TC Joinery
There are many benefits of having wooden doors fitted to your home. Some of the many benefits can be seen below:
- Natural beauty
- Strong and secure compared to other types available
- Designed to your requirements
- Wooden doors do not conduct heat or cold so will keep your home warm
- Strong and secure
The natural beauty of having wooden doors in your home can help you reduce noise from other rooms of your home and maintain heat levels throughout your home.
Wooden door FAQs
Q1. Do wooden doors warp over time?
Low-quality wooden doors are known to warp over time. However, the wooden doors manufactured by TC Joinery are protected throughout the manufacturing process to add strength and dramatically lower the chance of warping.
Q2. How do you clean timber doors?
You can clean a timber door with a mixture of gentle dish soap and water to scrub down the door, and then dry the door with a paper towel.
Q3. Are hardwoods more expensive than softwoods?
In most cases yes, but not all. It depends on your project. The reason hardwoods can be more expensive is that most softwoods have a lower density than most hardwoods.
Why Choose TC Joinery?
Here at TC Joinery we are experienced, hard-working, and always go the extra mile to complete your project to the highest of standards – we’re not happy until you’re happy.
Our team of local joiners are City & Guilds qualified, and we are 5-star rated by our many happy customers.
TC Joinery is ranked within the top 15 joineries in the UK out of over 1,500, thanks to our dedication, skill and hard work.
Over the years the TC Joinery team have fitted all sorts of internal wooden doors, large, small, swinging and sliding, in a wide array of homes in the Midlands area.
If you’d like to know more about TC Joinery and the wooden doors that we provide in the Midlands area and beyond, then please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us today for a free quote.
Get in touch with us by either phone or filling out our contact form and one of our local joiners will be in touch to best advise you on your options.
“Had new doors. Was friendly quick and affordable would definitely use again.” ~ Stephen from Sutton-in-Ashfield. You can read the full review and more on our Freeindex page.
Based in the Midlands? Great. We are local to you. At TC Joinery we know you want a local manufacturer and supplier that isn’t going to rip you off and be in a completely different part of the country after doing so. The areas we serve in the Midlands are as follows:
Birmingham / Coventry / Derby & Derbyshire / Leicester & Leicestershire / Northampton & Northamptonshire / Nottingham & Nottinghamshire / Rutland / Shropshire / Solihull / Staffordshire / Warwickshire / West Midlands / Wolverhampton / Worcestershire