Lloyd’s Bank Joinery Works – Case Study
Derwen Joinery were involved in the manufacture of the purpose made joinery for the renovation of the old Lloyd’s Bank, Buckley into six apartments. The building itself was built in 1893 and is of historic importance to the town.
The manufacture of replacement stairs along with prime oak, pig ear style handrails were supplied in the raw upon contractor’s request.
Modern internal fire rated door sets were supplied throughout the building along with MDF skirting, architraves and window boards to complete the internal finish.
Derwen Joinery Ltd undertook the restoration of the buildings’ original Teak main entrance doors as well as manufacturing new Accoya apartment entrance doors and frames in keeping with original raised & fielded panel style. All items fully factory finished in an external Teknos coating.
A fully glazed replacement shop front and barge board were manufactured to match existing both using Accoya and again fully finished in an external Teknos coating.