French Door Recycling & Restoration

French Doors are a wonderful compliment to any home space, that's why they have become the golden standard for new or updated homes. Not only do they give you a “new” feel as soon as you open the door, but French doors let sunlight in when you want and keep cold air out whenever you choose.

At No. 8 Building Recyclers we offer a wide range of services to restore and preserve the integrity of French Doors, their original looks and colonial theme. These can be purchased singularly or be supported with a frame, as per specification. Add value to your home with one of our beautiful restored French Doors!

As is true of our other advertised services, we guarantee our service has competitive prices and is focused on quality.

If you have a damaged French Door, don't buy new! We will retore it for you. The cost of restoration is a small fraction of what can be expected if buying new.

Our stock of French Doors has a great variety of sizes and styles. We offer a large number of services in the modification of any purchased set, necessary to satisfy any desired specifications. Our talented and well experienced carpenter is capable of extending, trimming, guiding, not to mention a remaining bulk of possible adjustments. We assemble frames, made specific to provided dimensions. This avoids any complication of non-fit during installation.

If you require a quote, please Contact us!

French Door Reglazing & Putty Seal

French Door Reglazing

Cedar French Door Frame Build

Cedar French Door Restoration

Cedar French Door Frame Assembly

Colonial French Door Restoration

No. 8 Building Recyclers.

We work hard to be sustainable.

Why Choose Us

We are Wellington City’s only building recycler.

We have the best selection of recycled and restored doors, windows, timber, fixtures and fittings.

Our carpenter has over 20 years experience.

Our items have been fairly obtained, mostly from demolitions, renovations and auctions, and removed by experienced tradesmen.

Our prices are very competitive, usually just a fraction of the price of the equivalent new product.

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