Stop the Rot Booklet and promotional collateral

Stop the Rot are highly skilled timber window specialists who repair and restore anything relating to timber windows and doors.

Their philosophy is ‘we fix your wood for good’ and for more than 10 years they’ve been doing exactly that, with extensive experience working with damaged doors and windows from Victorian and Edwardian homes right through to modern, architectural residences.

Kylie Grinham and Curtis Miller from Fenchurch Studios were commissioned to design and produce a booklet that outlined the work that Stop the rot does for it's clients.

Kylie worked with the tradesmen at various client sites and documented the companies process to gather images that communicated their consultation, restoration and finishing processes.

Curtis Miller designed a booklet to compliment these images.

John Warsawski, owner of Stop the Rot's initial consultation process to determine the extent of underlying damage to his client window frames.

Staff at Stop the Rot measuring the areas to be restored.

The excavation process that Stop the Rot undertakes reveals the level of damage a window or door frame can hide.

Documenting the damage a neglected window frame can lead to

Stop the rot wanted to showcase a typical house that they would work on to restore the window frames and doors to maintain the integrity and value of the property.

John Warsawski from Stop the Rot does an initial consultation.