Just so you know

Dokic Joinery offers a professional
and friendly service tailored to meet your needs.

We can provide a free, no obligation on site survey with one of our expert surveyors to help guide you through every step of the process. Our highly experienced knowledgeable people work closely with prospective clients to assess the best solutions for any given project. Architect drawings can also be worked to in order to provide the most competitive quotations. We like to liaise with our clients from initial order to final delivery of all completed joinery, giving staged updates along the way. We consider ourselves professional in not only realising how important it is to have joinery manufactured to a high standard, but for it also to fit into our clients time schedule for delivery.

It's all about

Our process

1. Preparing Timber

All our timber is sourced from PEFC and FSC certified suppliers. Each timber is carefully selected and machined to its required size from timber cutting lists. The formed sections are then marked to size, rebated, groove for weather proof strip and decoratively moulded with the required pattern.

2. Assembling Frames

All our frames are carefully assembled by hand the traditional way, with mortise and tenon joints used. Our master craftsmen focus their pride and passion into creating handmade bespoke items and are richly rewarded with the satisfaction of seeing the items they have created with their honed skills. Once assembled, the frames make their way to the finishing department for hanging and are put through a thorough sanding process.

3. Spray Painting

Prior to painting, all end timbers are sealed with end grain sealer to stop the egress of moisture. Preservative treatment and knotting solution are applied where softwoods are used. An anti-stain primer coat is then applied to the prepared frames which are hung and then allowed to dry in our perfectly regulated drying room. After drying all coated joinery is again hand sanded with very fine sand paper. If a pre-paint finish is required, the joinery is then applied with two further coats of topcoat paint, with drying stages between each coat.

4. Finishing before delivery

Painted frames are fitted with hardware and weather strips and thoroughly gone over with the finishing team to ensure all joinery is delivered to the highest of standards. Pre-paint finished joinery is wrapped to protect its finish when being installed on site. We supply touch up paint for any minor nicks which may occur during installation.