Creating a stylish home with Hall Brothers’ windows and doors

PUBLISHED: 16:16 24 March 2020 | UPDATED: 16:23 24 March 2020

Hall Brothers

Hall Brothers


Are you looking to improve your home with bespoke hardwood windows complementing your style of property?

Maybe you would like to open up the house with stunning bi-fold doors to create a space for entertaining? Or perhaps you want to make an entrance with a smart new front door?

In all these cases, you need to work with traditional craftsmen who take an old-fashioned pride in their work, delivering first-class quality products, with a finish that’s second to none.

Welcome to Hall Brothers, Builders & Joiners.

A three-generation family business, started by Reginald Hall and then Roy Hall, is now run by two brothers Philip and Richard, who have a love for wood and an eye for detail.

With customers throughout East Anglia, the company has built up an outstanding reputation for exceptional standards of design, executed with meticulous attention to detail.

High quality products

External doors not only need to look good but also be functional in terms of security, insulation and ability to withstand weather conditions. You can choose from single opening, double doors or even three, four, five or six panel bi-folding doors which are all made in our workshop.

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At 58mm thick, our external doors are over 25% thicker and stronger than the average store-bought equivalent. We also use three traditional 100mm butt or three-way adjustable facefit hinges, draught weather seal and a high security multi-point locking system with a choice of lever handles.

There’s a wide choice of finishes too - stained coloured finishes, coloured opaque or white finishes - all factory applied to give an even coating and maximum weather protection with minimum maintenance for years to come.

A wide range of choices

Internal doors can transform the design of your home. Choose your style, colour and finish from a wide range of options including four or six raised and fielded panels, part glazed, fully glazed or Georgian bar.

At 46mm thick our stylish internal doors are 33% thicker than standard options which gives added strength and prevents the timber from distorting. Once made, each door is prepared and sanded by hand before it receives its paint or stain finish. Any glazing is with toughened glass to comply with safety regulations.

Whether you choose from our popular range or opt for our bespoke service, every door is made to measure your exact requirements, professionally hung by our expert Hall Brothers fitters and finished with your choice of high quality door furniture.

Let the light in

Our craftsmanship is evident in all our products but nowhere is it more clearly seen than in our windows, where detail and meticulous attention to detail are of paramount importance. In fact period style windows for Listed Buildings are our speciality.

Every single window is bespoke – built specifically to your requirements of size, shape, style and opening method, using only the highest grade FAS hardwoods.

Windows not only add style and value to your home, they can also reduce maintenance and fuel bills and increase security. For increased insulation we work with high performance, low energy glass units and for maximum security, we use multi-point locking systems that bolt in multiple locations along the frame.

For the perfect finishing touch, our window furniture is of the highest quality and available in a choice of materials including durable brass, stainless steel, chrome and cast iron finish.

Whether you commission us to make stunning bi-fold doors, a one-off picture window or to refit your entire house with windows and doors, each one will be built with the same precision and care. And every single product comes complete with a five-year guarantee.

For more information on our windows and doors – or any of our products including orangeries and garden rooms, kitchens or staircases – please visit our website or telephone 01206 735287 to request our brochure.

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