The breadth of our expertise & experience allows us to offer a clients a comprehensive carpentry service.
Our skills are regularly applied to a range of carpentry jobs from creating or repairing simple household items to working on larger structural projects on our customer’s properties.
Below are examples of the kind of work we typically undertake but please don’t hesitate to get in touch if your requirements don’t appear to be in the list.
First Fixing usually refers to carpentry tasks that are carried out during the early stages of a build, including; timber (Stud) walls, floor boards, installing staircases, window boards, and door linings and frames.
Beautiful floors often give a room a real ‘wow’ factor! Floors can either be softwood or hardwood.
Some examples of floors on offer are: Maple, Oak, Walnut, Beech, and Pine. Parquet floors are also included within our range of flooring services.
Bespoke Storage Solutions is an essential part of modern-day carpentry, which enables the customer to maximize every part of the property so that no potential storage space is wasted. Our bespoke storage solution projects for clients have included fitted wardrobes, cupbords, window seats.
Floor joisting is the timber substructures of a floor on any level in a building. Rows of timbers (Noggins) are cut and fitted in between the joists in order to strengthen the joists.
Retaining existing wooden windows can protect the architectural style, & enhance the value & look of your property.
We carry out a wide range of wooden window repairs, & in cases where the windows are beyond repair we offer a full replacement window service.
Flat roofs often accommodate structures such as ‘lanterns’, in order to give the room below as much natural light as possible.
Cut and Pitched Roofing is the traditional form of carpentry roofing. Predetermined calculations are used in order to create a specific pitch (degree) of a roof.
Second Fixing refers to tasks such as fitting doors and locks, skirting boards, architraves, dado and picture rails, and fitting staircase spindles.
Timber Cladding are horizontal or vertical timber boards of many different types which are fixed to the outside of a building, and will essentially provide weather-proofing for the structure.