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James Wood Architectural Ironmongery.

About James Wood Architectural Ironmongery

Established in 1945 James Wood Architectural Ironmongery has built a deserved reputation for supplying quality, innovative and technical products.

For over 60 years James Wood has been supplying door hardware and fittings to major housing and facility providers, delivering projects of any scale, delivered on time and to the highest specifications.

With the experience of working closely with architects and specifiers, James Wood has the ability to provide a total solution to meet the performance, asthetic and budgetary requirements of every project.

Our Products

James Wood are able to offer a comprehensive range of architectural quality door and window hardware along with accessories.

Many of the products have been tested to meet the latest European and British standards where applicable.

Within our extensive range are door closers, cylinders, hinges, disabled fixings, lock cases and signs.

Case Studies

Primary Care Education

Primary Care:
- Queen Phillipa Street, Coventry
- Contract value: £10,000
- Client: Wates Living Space

- Birmingham City University
- Contract value: £100,000
- Client: Ian Williams

Education Housing

- Corbett Street Infant School, Smethwick
- Contract value: £50,000
- Client: Sandwell MBC

- Decent Homes, West Bromwich
- Contract value: £250,000
- Client: Sandwell Homes

BS EN Performance Standards

EN Marking BS EN Performance standards

Many of James Wood Ironmongery have been designed and developed specifically to meet or exceed the latest European Standards. Where different grades of compliance are applicable, this will be indicated in the description with the item.

CE Marking  CE Marking

Where CE marking is permitted, items are marked with the CE icon. The CE classification is indicated against each item where this is appropriate. 

Fire Tested  Fire Testing

Fire testing is always an ongoing process with James Wood. Many of our ironmongery range have been included on fire testing. The icon indicates the item has been successfully included in fire tests and the brief details of these are included in the general descriptions.

DDA Approved  DDA, Approved Doc. M (Now part of the Equality Act 2010) & BS 8300

The principal of ensuring buildings are accessible to able and less able people alike is manifest in Approved Document M (Now part of the Equality Act 2010) of the Building Regulations and with further guidance in BS 8300 which contains specific dimensional information for certain items of architectural hardware. The disabled symbol is used throughout our product documentation to show which conform to the requirements of Approved Document M (Now part of the Equality Act 2010) and are therefore appropriate for use in DDA applications.


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Lockside, Tat Bank Road, Oldbury,
West Midlands, B69 4NS
Tel: (0121) 552 3221 
Fax: (0121) 544 5365