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Local Pub Refurbishment

The Jack Russell Inn underwent a massive refurbishment, carried out in two phases, with the joinery elements managed by Input Joinery, working alongside the builder.

After completion of the initial phase, the pub was opened to the public, whilst the work on the adjoining lodge was continued. the final results are really stunning - take a look at the photography below.

The Design & Build Process

Working closely with the owner and the contractor, the design for the windows and doors were agreed during a visit to our showroom. The project involved us supplying the timber products in phases to be fitted to the pub first, then the lodge closely afterwards, in line with the project's requirements and building plans.

Cheriton 'Flush Casement' Windows

Manufactured in European Oak, Input Joinery supplied and fitted these beautiful windows.

Painted in a rich, brown Golden Oak, the colour complements the mottled effect of the wall design. In contrast to the pale of the walls outside, the brown windows create an attractive frame for the glass when viewed from the outside. Wen viewed from inside, the frames are rich and inviting, particularly lovely in a winter's day.

Entry Doors

We also supplied Tongue and Groove Boarded entry doors and a set of Bi-Folding Doors to the rear of the building to give access to the new dining extension. All of these components were factory glazed and fully finished in our Golden Oak stain. 


The finish project provides an elegant but high end finish to what could have been the end of another local pub. 

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