At Conservation Joinery we repair and rebuild fanlights to their original patterns.

We always recommend that fanlights should be retained and repaired using the materials originally used. We can undertake less disruptive repairs on site, or in more extreme cases, remove the fanlight to our studio for repair.

As well as our fanlight conservation service and we also offer building of new fanlights by using the original techniques.

New fanlights are built by our highly skilled craftsmen in order to cater to our clients needs.

Maclyn covers all aspects of joinery work restoration from doors, shop fronts, church windows, sliding sash windows, shutter boxes etc. Patrick Lynch began making sash windows in 1972 and has focussed on timber conservation for the last 12 years. He is skilled in both the repair and refurbishment of historic timber sash windows and the replication of historically accurate timber sash windows. Patrick Lynch and his team have worked on various domestic and commercial projects around Dublin and surrounding counties, some of which include: The Land Registry; Tyrone House; Powerscourt Townhouse Centre. He has also rebuilt a traditional shopfront on Aungier Street, where he has maintained authentic details and retained the original beauty of this building.