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Established in 1954 Mumford & Wood has since become the UK’s premier manufacturer of high quality timber windows and doors.

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Recognised within the industry as market leaders, Mumford & Wood has built a well-earned reputation amongst architects, developers and aspirational home owners for products of outstanding quality. Our timber windows and doors are proudly made in our UK factory using time-served craftsmanship and state of the art technology, using the finest quality wood.

Learn more about our award winning products and see why we design, manufacture and install Britain's Finest Timber Windows, Doors and Roof Lanterns.

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Recent Case Studies

Blossom Street

Blossom Street

This was a mixed-use project and consisted of 33,000m2 of commercial space, 40 residential apartments, 3000m2 of retail space and 1400m2 public realm space. It was also situated just 500 yards from Liverpool Street station.

The site boasts lots of history, with continuous occupation from some of the blocks from medieval times. Bishopsgate and Shoreditch High Street was one of the most important Roman roads leading north from London from the earliest times of settlement.​

By the early 18th century, when Spitalfields was becoming an important silk manufacturing area, more extensive redevelopment occurred in Blossom, Fleur de Lis, Elder and Folgate Street (then known as White Lion Street), on which many houses were built up from the 1720s.

Nicholls and Clarke gradually acquired adjoining properties on Blossom Street in the 1880s and 1890s. This period saw the beginnings of Nicholls and Clarke’s extensive empire of showrooms, shops and warehouses that was to cover much of Shoreditch by the 20th century. The firm began as glass merchants in c.1875 before expanding into paint, ironmongery and sanitary ware, trading almost from the outset from a shop on Norton Folgate and warehouses on Blossom Street.

The total renovation cost for this project was almost £200m and spanned a number of streets.

Mumford & Wood manufactured 142 Box Sash Windows, 19 Casement Windows, 48 Conservation Doors and 2 Bi-folding doors. The design of these reflects the architectural importance of neighbouring Georgian and Victorian properties.

The products were finished in a mix of dark greys, blues, greens and also a lighter off-white colour.


Coastal gem in Cornwall

Once an industrial fishing establishment, this beautiful building stands proudly on the renowned Wharf in Cornwall. It was the bustling main port in the 13th century and is home to Cornwall's oldest pier, a testament to its rich history dating back to 1266. As a Grade Two listed property within a conservation area, our design for the replacement timber windows and doors had to meet specific planning stipulations.

Our meticulous approach to this project involved replacing all windows and doors on a 'like for like' basis. This meant crafting 17 box sashes, 11 door sets, and 8 casement windows across our Heritage and Classic ranges. By using single glazing and traditional timber joinery techniques, we were able to faithfully replicate the original design.

This project featured five colour-matched paints, the brightest of which were RAL5005 Signal Blue, Zoffany's Raspberry Sorbet, and Festival Orange.

Because of the harsh coastal environment, we were asked to manufacture all windows in Accoya with Sapele cills for extra durability.

This project was a pleasure to complete, and it was a joy to be part of a historic renovation that used natural materials.


Historic Oast House renovation

This beautiful Kent Oast House was originally designed to dry hops as part of the beer brewing process. Today, it has been converted into a beautiful family home using traditional timber casement windows, entrance door and french doors. Using timber as a material for the windows and doors has been a great choice for this project, using traditional joinery methods, complimenting it’s long history and past.

For this project the owners chose simple casement windows from our Conservation Range, offering a flush-line appearance which are perfect for traditional refurbishment projects.

For curved buildings, some clients might opt for curved on plan units, where the frame and glazing are both curved. However, there are some tricks for making your windows appear curved and using just a curved cill can create the illusion of a round unit, for less cost.

This client decided to opt for a traditional Ovolo frame profile and no glazing bars, making the most of the light and view, matching the original design. All products were finished in our popular Anthracite Grey.

Our ironmongery ranges have been selected on quality, design, security and longevity. This client opted for a Croft Floe Elegance handle, Croft Ring Knocker and Coastal letterplate, all finished in Brushed Chrome.

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