Nash Restorations specialises in producing an extensive range of bespoke joinery for both the residential and commercial markets. Our expertise extends to creating traditional windows, staircases and doors for period properties and listed buildings. Notable projects we have undertaken include manufacturing an arched louvred hardwood window for the White Tower of the Tower of London, a lantern light over a stairwell at the Sir John Soames Museum, and entrance screens to the restaurant at the Victoria and Albert Museum. 

During more than 25 years in the trade, we have worked with numerous private clients in the county and across the border into Suffolk. In addition, we carry out both residential and commercial restoration work in London. We are as comfortable working on a period property as we are on a modern development.

You can visit our gallery to view examples of our work or read our testimonials. We offer a friendly and competitive service – please do not hesitate to contact us if you require a quotation.