Wood shed and storage box

Looking for a new woodshed and garden storage box? Not the ones you can buy flat-packed, which last - maybe - a winter, but ones that will last years! These custom items were made for a customer in Bramley and will withstand anything the UK weather can flow at it. Their existing storage solutions couldn't … Continue reading Wood shed and storage box

Saving rare doors

These doors are so unique you can't find them anymore, which is why restoration was the only option to maintain the look of the conservatory in Otley. Over the many years the weather had pretty much rotted away the bottom section of the doors. Careful - clinical - restoration was in order to ensure these … Continue reading Saving rare doors

Saving Victorian decorative posts

Although I love every job I do, not matter if its a handyman job or a woodcraft project, but sometimes I really love the more interesting projects, like restoring six Victorian - style posts, which have been badly damaged by the weather. Got a handyman, woodcraft or restoration project ini mind? Whatever the task, just … Continue reading Saving Victorian decorative posts

Repairing decking

It can be cheaper on your wallet and better for the environment. Repairing old decking is becoming a trend - thankfully - because it’s so much better for the environment. If you are looking to repair your current decking area, or are heating to update your current design then get in touch for a free, … Continue reading Repairing decking

Shut that new door

A family in Farsley were expecting to take delivery of some new bikes and want to keep them safe. The current door was rotten and needed to be replaced with something within budget and strong. They also wanted extra securty measures that they could chain their new bikes too. Again, the whole project needed to … Continue reading Shut that new door

Child’s play, St Oswald’s Primary School

A little while ago Nicole, a member of staff at St Oswald’s Primary School in Guisley, Leeds, asked me to make a mud kitchen for their reception class. Following on from the mud kitchen, I returned to make a cafe counter front and seating area for the children to play coffee shop. All the items … Continue reading Child’s play, St Oswald’s Primary School