Our services include restoring external and internal rotten and decaying joinery in doors, windows and stairs. We do this by cutting out the rotten timbers and splicing in new timber. We are unique in our technique as we do not use fillers.
Within conservation areas and listed buildings where a piece of material has decayed too far, we make and design identical pieces in our workshop. The pieces we create are not only identical in appearance but even material as we can use the same timber as the original.
Barry Peers, owner and founder of Chester Conservation Joinery, has over 30 years of experience in joinery, cabinetry and restoring properties across the North West.
He is a time served cabinet maker and a qualified bench joiner having studied at Handbridge and Shrewsbury in 1987. Barry is extremely passionate about conservation joinery and offers excellent workmanship as well as attention to detail.