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The Cowdroy Family’s Game Room – Case Study

When you’re looking for a high-quality home improvement, there’s nothing better than being able to see and appreciate the quality for yourself. With this in mind, we thought we’d share... Read more

Green Homes Grant – What we know so far

Over the last few months, you may have heard about the new Green Homes Grant being implemented across England. If you haven’t heard about this, or you have and you... Read more

What type of front door should I choose?

Is your home suffering from uncomfortable draughts? Or are you worried that your home’s exterior may appear worn and dated? If so, it may be time to update your entrance... Read more

Should I extend or move? – Why now is a perfect time to extend your home.

We have spent more time in our homes than we ever have before, it has had many of us itching for more space, looking to move or thinking about home... Read more

How we will keep you safe during our installation projects

At Poole Joinery, we are taking the health, safety, and wellbeing of our team very seriously and, as we are now returning to work following the Covid-19 lockdown, we have... Read more

Whitecliff Case Study – Twin New Build

It’s always an exciting prospect to work alongside innovative architects and developers who have a real passion for designing beautiful buildings. This reminds us of a contemporary twin new build... Read more

Dorset New Build Case Study

We’re often approached by professional private developers to assist in bespoke new build projects throughout the Dorset area. Supplying and installing high-performance home improvement solutions is what we do best,... Read more

Does a conservatory really add value to your home?

Is your home bursting at the seams, making you long for much needed extra space?  Or are you looking to improve rather than move? Perhaps you’re just wanting a tranquil... Read more

5 signs that it is time to replace your windows

It is a fact of life that nothing lasts forever, and double-glazed windows are no exception. Typically, double glazed windows have a life span of approximately 20 years. Replacing your... Read more

What are the building regulations in conservation areas?

Excluding Poole and Bournemouth, did you know there are 12,850 listed buildings and 190 conservation areas in Dorset? Dorset is also home to around 12% of England’s listed thatched buildings.... Read more

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