Top Notch Joinery has extensive experience working on prestigious residential and commercial joinery projects nationwide and across Europe. Our expertise will ensure your project is manufactured to the highest standards of craftsmanship. We also work with private individuals for bespoke cabinetry and ecclesiastical projects.
The basis of Top Notch’s reputation has been built around the design and manufacture of high quality bespoke joinery; indeed all of the senior management team have completed City & Guilds trade apprenticeships. We employ time-served craftsmen and in conjunction with the latest modern machining methods, we produce the highest quality joinery for both period designs of yesteryear and the contemporary styles of today.
Our emphasis is on high-quality joinery and as specialist suppliers of architectural joinery, cabinetry, staircases and panelling, we are well placed to meet and deliver any bespoke specialist joinery requirements you have. Every joinery project is unique and as master craftsmen, we take pride in every unique job we undertake.Visit our Architectural Gallery
From what starts as a quick sketch on a scrap of paper becomes a beautifully crafted piece of workmanship – as unique in its look as in its idea. You will only get this from a master craftsman, someone who will work with you and your choice of materials; and be as passionate about the idea as you are. Beautiful architecture should be further emphasised with beautiful joinery. Top Notch can guide you with ideas to ensure your architectural joinery excels with individuality, style and refinement.
Our craftsmen care about their work; they are passionate about their creations. A bespoke design is something to be in awe of, to be proud of, something to show off. Bespoke creations aren’t shaped off a conveyor belt, they are developed with care and attention to detail.
We have worked on many unusual projects over the years and always expect the unexpected. From grand fireplaces to wall panelling, from recreating specialist staircases and tracery architecture to designing Gothic style church panels. No project is too large, too small or too unusual.
Specific items include staircases, windows, fire doors and screens, specialist laminated work, reception desks and associated panelling, Corbels, pilasters and fascia work.