D & M Joinery manufacture a wide range of bespoke joinery, including high quality conservatories. In addition, a wood-turning service is available using both copy lathe and hand-turning - even the largest of sizes!

All products are purpose-made to your requirements, using traditional methods, modern machinery and hand-finished by craftsmen.

Supply-only or full installation service is available to both the trade and public.

A complete joinery service is available for listed buildings or new builds.

We will consider producing anything in wood!

We have a fully equipped woodturning workshop in which we can turn most things to your specification!

We were one of the first companies in the UK to start to manufacture the Rehau 706 system when it was launched in early 1991, thus our experience is second to none when dealing with this product.

Our factory was opened so that we could control and improve the level and quality of service that we could offer to our customers and can proudly say that you will not be disappointed with our service.

Our windows are purpose made to your specification and requirements. We provide a full range of windows including traditional casement, storm proof and box frame with sliding sashes. A complete joinery service is available for listed buildings or new builds. Tim ber most widely used is softwood, idigbo, sapele, iroko and oak.

All joints are traditional mortice, tenon and scribed. We use a high quality draught seal to suit the relevant style of window and a large range of ironmongery is available. We produce windows with single, double or triple glazing, all of which can be provided as a factory glazed option. A full installation service is available
Our doors and frames are all purpose made to you specification and requirements. To us no door is standard, so if you cannot find a style you like, we can help design one. We undertake all joinery from listed buildings to new builds.

Address:

 

D&M Joinery
45a Larch Street
Southport
PR8 6DL
Tel: Matt Rigby on 01704 544847
 

 

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