Many people don’t understand the value of a specialist Joiner and many do not see the importance of having and expert team of both Carpenters and Joiners, so to prove to everyone once and for all the benefits we thought we would run through some ideas and show the differences and advantages.
An example of differences between a Carpenter and a Joiner
We are going to use a local joiner as an example, A joiner in Leicester by the name of Eastwood’s Carpentry. They don’t just come and fit furniture in your home, or fit your kitchen they actually build them in house.
A joinery is a place where all the furniture is made, its usually a workshop in the case of Eastwoods where all the wood is assembled at the beginning and then precisely made into cabinets, kitchen worktops and their speciality which is timber framed windows.
As it’s made firstly in the joinery, you can ensure that you get something really bespoke and made to measure your property. It’s also nice to support local business where possible and build up a relationship with local trades people to then refer to others upon receiving a job well done.
When you have exactly what you were looking for a carpenter then can arrive at your home with the parts in the back of their vehicle, prepare for the installation and then get on with installing all of your wooden furniture and accessories.
Hiring a skilled craftsmen joiner
Beware though in these time many complain about the lack of skill from some carpenters around, be sure to see how they work on other projects before taking them out yourself, you tend to find the best tradesmen in the industry will almost make joins not visible.
So to summarise, get a carpenter if you want something fitted in your home, get a joiner if you want something completing from scratch, if you want someone to build and fit something in your home then get a qualified carpenter and joiner.