Advance Joinery Ltd was started in 1994 by company founder, Andrew Buchanan.
Andrew created a company producing quality bespoke oak joinery for builders, developers, and discerning clients.
Business premises were found in the beautiful Golden Valley of Herefordshire. ‘The Old Brickyard’ in Pontrilas was chosen as a perfect spot for success, located 20 minutes from the M4 corridor, work in London, Surrey, and other home counties developed; Our client base is now as far reaching as Europe.
Advance Joinery manufactures, supplies and installs high-quality bespoke oak joinery. We specialise in bespoke windows, oak and hardwood doors, staircases, conservatories, garden rooms, kitchens, and green oak frames.
During the past 23 years, the joinery workshops have expanded, we are proud to have a very loyal team of experienced artisans. Trade has flourished and in 2010 a retail architectural hardware showroom was added, selling an extensive range of fine quality products.
We are very proud of our excellent standard of traditional bespoke oak joinery and we are committed to investing in great working relationships with our trade and private clients. http://www.advancejoinery.co.uk/made-to-measure-windows/
In 2010 we set out to compliment our bespoke joinery services with a range of door and windows furniture. Architectural Ironmongery, of Ross-on-Wye in Herefordshire, was acquired. The business was then relocated to the newly built showroom at Pontrilas in Herefordshire.
Retailing Hand Forged Ironmongery, Wood Burning Stoves, and also ‘The Little Greene Paint Company‘ products. We offer an on-site mixing service, the paint can be mixed while you wait to add the finishing touches to your bespoke pieces.
Architectural Ironmongery specialises in offering great customer service covering the finer details of Ironmongery. We have extensive knowledge of Ironmongery & finishing’s ensuring that you will always receive the correct advice for the job. We are confident in all that we do, and we welcome customer feedback, value your opinion whilst always paying attention to the very smallest of details. http://www.architecturalironmongery.co.uk