Beautiful Windows & Staircases in Bury St Edmunds
At Church & Gooderham, we’ve been crafting timeless wooden box sash windows and unique staircases for homes in the Bury St Edmunds area for many years. Homeowners of period and listed buildings throughout Bury and West Suffolk recognise our passion and expertise in helping their properties to look and feel their best using a blend of traditional and contemporary joinery techniques.
Every hand-made frame or staircase we design is made from our very own workshop. We are ready and willing to accept any bespoke joinery project in Bury St Edmunds and the surrounding villages such as Culford, Hengrave and Horringer. From replacement sash windows to entire renovations, we’re committed to crafting joinery that’s in keeping with the style of your home and the materials used.
Whether you’re in the process of planning a new-build property that’s designed with traditional styles in mind, or you wish to change the layout of an existing period home, our specialist staircases are guaranteed to transform living spaces using hand-produced pine, mahogany or oak. One of our most recent projects in Bury St Edmunds was at Cupola House. This spectacular building was badly damaged after a fire in 2012 and our skilled craftsmen were involved in the hand-crafting and installation of the property’s stunning new English Oak staircase, complete with intricate hand carvings and turnings.
Following an initial consultation, we will advise you on the most suitable materials for your project, depending on your specification, budget and timescale. We are more than happy for you to come from your Bury St Edmunds home to visit our workshop and watch us at work to get a feel for our approach. Our workshop is also fitted with 3D realisation software which allows us to demonstrate what our recommended designs could look like in your very own home.
The business is headed up by expert craftsman, Marcus Church, who boast many years of experience hand-crafting made-to-order joinery for homes throughout Suffolk.
The best way to reach our workshop from the Bury St Edmunds area is by car. We’re situated on the A1120 just outside Earl Soham, which is easily accessible from the A14 via junctions 50 and 51 within 35-40 minutes.