We have considerable experience of timber and use our knowledge to recommend finishes for our joinery. From the very first consultation, we discuss your project in detail, making sure we can recommend an appropriate finish.
We’ll consider a number of factors, including:
- Existing joinery.
It you’re replicating existing joinery and need your new doors and windows to blend in, we’ll take this into consideration.
We make sure we consider the frames and the glazing, especially if you’re switching from single glazing to double glazing.
- The look you want to achieve.
If you prefer natural timber, oak might be the perfect choice. If you’d like a stained or painted finish, we can recommend options and show you samples.
We can offer both traditional brush finishes and smooth, modern spray finishes. This will depend on the aesthetic you prefer, and also the type of property you have – a brush coated finish will generally appear more authentic and work well for a period property.
Dulux Trade quick drying wood primer/undercoat
A water-based, high opacity, dual purpose primer undercoat.
Additional coats can be applied within two hours.
One or two coats can be used.
Omnia exterior joinery preservative/stain inhibiting exterior joinery primer/opaque exterior topcoat
High performance, waterborne exterior joinery coatings using Morrells hybrid technology, giving superb weather protection and a smooth finish. Ideally suited to spray application for excellent clarity, durability and build.
Protects a natural wood finish, generally used to preserve the blonde appearance of exterior or interior oak. This is a satin matt, natural oil-based and microporous finish which does not crack, flake, peel or blister. It is water and dirt resistant, moisture regulating, and reduces wood swelling and shrinkage. Can be renovated with no need for sanding, and a single application.
Teknos Red Grandis
and Grandis Oak coating system
Protective stain system for spray finish used on Red Grandis to give the appearance of oak at a fraction of the cost.