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B&K Timber Specialise in Custom Made Wooden Gates

Custom made wooden gates from B&K Timber will give your home a touch of class and personality.

Because our wooden gates can be manufactured to your specification, they can match your current style or turn heads with a fresh look. With our years of experience, the chances are we have dealt with a property similar to yours in the past, meaning we can offer design ideas that have worked in the past and suggestions from the latest trends.

Our years of experience in the timber industry extend from all of our City and Guild’s joiners right through to our highly skilled and knowledgeable fitting team.

Custom Made Wooden Gates for Your Driveway

Giving your driveway timber gates offers a host of benefits that will enhance your property, including:

  • Adding value to your property
  • Increased security
  • Create the perfect first impression for visitors

Garden Looks Great with Custom Made Wooden Gates

If re-modelling your garden is high on your home improvement list this year, adding wooden gates will give your design a sophisticated look and added security to deter any intruders. Our gates are only manufactured using the best timber meaning they will stand up to harshest weather conditions whilst still looking immaculate. Don’t forget you can also specify the size, specifications and price of your custom made wooden gates using our Online Gate Builder, meaning you get the gates you want at the price you can afford.

Expertly Crafted Custom Made Wooden Gates

All of our customs made wooden gates are constructed with sustainable PEFC and FSC certified timber, as one of our goals at B&K Timber is safeguard the world’s forest for the future.

To find out more about our custom-made wooden gates please contact us to speak to one of our team or come and visit us between 8 am and 4 pm Monday to Friday or between 8 am and midday on Saturdays and see our work for yourself.

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