Assortment of Carpentry Tools

Bespoke Joinery across Bromsgrove and beyond

Requirements

When you request a quote or place an order please state your requirements about the type of wood to be used, the thickness and glazing if required.  If you are unsure please do not hesitate to contact us. 

We are a trusted team and are open to all lines of enquiry that you may have.

Bespoke Doors & Frames

Regardless of the door style or the intended use (interior or exterior) when requesting a quote or placing an order it is important to provide the correct measurements. It is unlikely an opening will be perfectly true and square, so please do not assume that the height and the width of the opening are consistent.

Therefore, please measure the opening as shown >>>

Door Measurements example
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La Poderosa door example

La Poderosa

The front and the back look the same. Typically built out of planks from 32mm to 44mm thick. All elements are jointed together by MORTICE & TENON joints, this makes it super robust. This type of door tends to be quite heavy too as it’s solid wood throughout: no hollow core like the factory-made doors.  It can be made out of softwood or hardwood and can be GLAZED, if you prefer, to allow light into the property (single or double glazing).

La  Rustica Door Example

La Rustica

Very traditional style, typically built entirely out of planks 20mm thick. Light and inexpensive. The vertical planks are kept together by the horizontal bracing on the back.

All designs below are suitable for interior, exterior and garage doors

Cascina Door Example

Cascina

Similar to the one above but stronger thanks to the additional bracing on the back.  Perfect for any application where this traditional style matches the surroundings.

Cascina large door example

Cascina - Large

This is the big sister of “Cascina”, the only difference lies in the bracing technique used. Typically this bracing suits doors wider than 100 cm.

Cascina reinforced door example

Cascina - Reinforced

The final member of the Cascina family, where again the only difference is in the bracing method used. This is the strongest of the braced doors as it combines the traditional Z bracing with additional pieces, jointed using mortice & tenon joints. The frame this creates gives the door additional strength to resist unwanted entrants levering it open. Typically the front is built out of planks 20mm thick, while the bracing on the back is made out of planks 20 or 32mm thick, depending on the requirements.

Termica Garage Door Example

TERMICA, insulated garage doors

These garage doors can be made out of either hardwood or softwood. The exterior look can match pretty much any traditional wooden door. A number of door styles are available, please see above. The doors can be supplied already filled with your preferred insulation or ready to be filled. A suitable frame is required as the door thickness varies between 50mm to 70mm. We can provide a suitable frame, made to measure. The 70mm version can accommodate insulating material up to approx. 40mm thick. The 50mm version can accommodate insulating material up to approx. 25mm thick. The internal bracing and the joints used will vary according to the insulation you intend to use.

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Your Custom Design

If none of the existing door styles meet your requirements, we are more than happy to build your door exactly as you want it. Please submit a drawing or some pictures with your enquiry. If preferred an appointment can be arranged, in person or by phone, to have a chat about your requirements.

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Range Wood Effect Text

Clear glass, frosted glass, double glazed …. it’s up to you.

Available in softwood or hardwood, 32mm to 44mm thick.

Can be supplied with or without frames

Bespoke Furniture

All the furniture we make is built to last, which is why we DO NOT USE MDF or CHIPBOARD.

When enquiring about furniture please provide the relevant measurements. If the piece of furniture must fit between two walls please take into account the skirting, if any (unless you are planning to remove it). Also, walls are unlikely to be true so you should check using a spirit level or other suitable tool.

 

Widths should then be measured in several positions, e.g. top, middle and bottom. If the piece of furniture must touch the ceiling (for example a bookshelf or a wardrobe) please measure the height in several positions as unlikely ceilings are perfectly flat so the height of the piece of furniture must be contained within the lowest point in the ceiling.

Please don’t forget to state your requirements about the wood to be used, the style, and the finish (stain, paint, varnish, unfinished). If unsure please do not hesitate to contact us.

Call PapiCarpenter today for all your carpentry needs across Birmingham

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