We run a busy joinery workshop where we design and build staircases, windows, doors and gates. We make bespoke furniture by quality assured craftsmen serving Cornwall.
What is the difference between a joiner and a carpenter?
A joiner is a highly skilled craftsman who works in the joinery workshop, joining wood using large machinery including circular saws and sanding wheels. We have joiners in our workshop who concentrate on making windows, doors and staircases. We also create bespoke funiture like wardrobes, garden furnishings and gates. A skilled carpenter works on the construction site using hand tools to build structural wooden elements such as flooring and the roof. Carpenters and joiners will have extensive knowledge of both skills and there is a lot of crossover, but all have expertise in one of the disciplines.
We are expert carpenters and joiners with a wealth of experience creating beautiful wooden structures including, doors, window frame, staircases and bespoke furniture.
We are specialists in listed building restoration. We have master craftsmen of cornicing, lime plastering, joinery and stone masonry ready to start your project.