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Listed Property Show 2018

 
Scotts will once again be showcasing a range of luxury bespoke doors and period windows at this year's Listed Property Show. Always a great event, we will be at the show in Olympia, London, on Saturday 24th and Sunday 25th February, on stand C12.
 
Get discounted tickets to the show when booking in advance!

In order to benefit from this £8 ticket offer: Click on the link above, or quote 'thrapston' when booking tickets online at www.lpoc.co.uk or when calling 0844 871 8809. (Calls cost 7p per minute plus network extras.)
 
Our skilled, technical team of experts are frequently called upon to design and manufacture solutions for restoration projects, which vary in scale and sensitivity.
 
One such project saw an exclusive housing developer approach Scotts of Thrapston to help restore a 150-year-old Maida Vale property.  We produced a range of bespoke doors that were in keeping with the original style with Scotts' skilled joiners able to design, manufacture and deliver nine unique doors within just six weeks.

We pride ourselves on guiding a client through the whole design process allowing them to make an informed decision on the work required to restore the property. 
 
Scotts of Thrapston is able to supply internal panelled doors for listed properties to meet modern day Fire Door standards, whilst still matching the building's original style of decor - paying close attention to things such as the door's beading, frame and architrave.

Scotts offers a full range of exterior joinery including front doors, sliding sash windows, casement windows and French doors, all of which can be designed to suit most specifications and listed properties.We design and manufacture traditional period style windows that are sympathetic to a building's history, combining a traditional appearance with modern features, including double glazing, ventilation and security, complying with current standards.