Andrew Miller Architectural
offers a full design service and technical advice in all
aspects of traditional period joinery, from initial
discussions to manufacture and fitting. Whether
working together with clients, architects or project
managers, we provide a personal service at competitive
are able to create one-off pieces in traditional styles,
with an attention to detail that survives the test of
time. When creating authentic replacements for
renovation projects our materials are selected for
beauty and durability from sustainable sources.
We are always happy to do our
bit to help you comply with statutory and Historic
Scotlandís requirements by ensuring that the historical
style and character of your property is maintained.
We have the expertise and the
technology to give you an exact match to any existing
mouldings. Simply email over a drawing, or supply an
existing sample, and leave the rest to us, matching
non-standard mouldings is our speciality! We can machine
and copy any pattern from 1 meter upwards. Simply give
us your template, drawing or sample and our skilled
machinists will do the rest.
Bespoke Wood Joinery for Listed Buildings
Timber Wall panelling
Sash and Case Windows
Internal and external doors
Window renovation and draught proofing
We are pleased to announce all windows and
external doors we manufacture will now be CE marked and
provided with a free u-value report.
Poem inscribed on
Bannockburn battle monument Download
Press and Journal
KJ The Courier
Poet Kathleen Jamie and Carver Richard Douglas as final
word of Jamie's poem is inscribed to the ringbeam.
Picture by Whyler Photography
Bannockburn monument carving
your visit to Bannockburn...
The new Bannockburn visitor
centre, opening in June 2014, is a world
class attraction in the making. While
construction work gathers pace, a temporary
exhibition has been installed on site
offering a taste of Bannockburn.
At the exhibition (open
10am-5pm/7 days a week) visitors can watch
an HD movie about Bannockburn, learn more
about the onsite developments, and purchase
from a bespoke range of merchandise.
For more info:
Refurbishment of windows at Queen Victoria
School in Dunblane