About Us

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A new local business - Now Open!

CASSONS Framing is run by Ashtead resident Dean Casson, an ex Graphic Designer, Chartered Environmental & Safety Engineer, Stay at Home Dad, and since 2013....a qualified and experienced friendly Picture Framer!  


A new local business offering quality picture framing from our purpose built and well equipped framing workshop in A. We really look forward to seeing you in this peaceful space and helping you with your picture framing needs.  Please keep an eye out on this page or on our Facebook page for updates.....


 

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Professional Bespoke Picture Framing

Trained by one of the UK's leading framers, and a Member of the Fine Art Trade Guild, Dean is qualified to appreciate and care for your treasured artwork, object or whatever it is that needs framing. 


A creative type, with an eye for colour and detail he has the skills and experience to help you choose the frame that will make the artwork sing.  We have a vast array of quality mouldings, mountboard and glass to choose from and will help you select those that best suit your artwork and of course, budget. 


No job is too small, from a simple replacement of broken glass, to a large creative bespoke frame we are happy to help and offer free advice and quotes.

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Our Shop Window

As a web and workshop based business we don't have a High Street shop window, this allows us more time to focus on what we do best....picture framing.


However, we do have "Dave" our lovingly restored VW camper. He's our rolling shop window and delivery van - so give us a wave if you see us out and about delivering finished picture frames or collecting supplies. 

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Flexibility with Free Parking, Coffee and Delivery*

We like to make a visit to the framers an easy and pleasant experience.  With that in mind we can offer flexible evening and weekend appointments, off road parking, free no obligation quotes & advice and free delivery within a 3 mile radius of Ashtead and Leatherhead.

We'll also make sure the kettle's on and the capsules ready for either a nice cup of tea or a Nepresso! 

 

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Home Collections / Consultations

If you have mobility limitations and struggle to get to us but would like some framing - maybe we can come to you to collect your artwork and discuss your framing at home within 3 miles radius of our workshop.   Just drop us a line and we'll do our best to help. 

Contact Us

If you would like some framing advice or an estimate, please call or send us a m and we'll get right back to you. Our services are mostly by appointment, but if you're passing by and would like to drop in, please give us a call as we can often see customers at short notice.

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We'll give you your 15 minutes of Frame!

We'd love to meet you, so please call, email, WhatsApp, message or use the appointment 'BOOK IT' button to arrange a visit  - our normal business hours are 10-5pm Monday - Friday but we are flexible and can also do weekends and evenings by arrangement too.

Message us on WhatsApp

Cassons Framing

59 Links Road, Ashtead, Surrey. KT2 2HL

07917 408588 dean@cassonsframing.com

Opening Hours

Mon

10:00 – 17:00

Tue

10:00 – 17:00

Wed

10:00 – 17:00

Thu

10:00 – 17:00

Fri

10:00 – 17:00

Sat

By Appointment

Sun

By Appointment

Visits are best by appointment only - we can then make sure we're giving you our undivided attention

10% discount for customers and re-framing homelessness

A win-win! Helping the Homeless with LeatherHead Start

As the Winter sets in and we think of Christmas, our families, friends,  mulled wine and cosy fires. Its important to think of others less fortunate than ourselves. With this in mind, we've decided to offer 10% discount up until Christmas (so our customers win!), hopefully this will promote our new business in the community (we win), we will then donate that money directly to LeatherHead Start, a local charity which works tirelessly to end homelessness. Click on the link to find out more about the work they do in providing not just shelter but ongoing support, training and life skills coaching to help people back to independent living and work.