Carpenters / Joiners

Samuel Snawdon

Cabinet Works, Yealmbridge, Plymouth


Bespoke Furniture Specialists, Bars & Reception Counters , Seating Refurbishment, Hotels, Pubs, Restaurants, Commercial Upholstery Services, Doors, Windows, Stairs

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Maddern Carpentry

7 Sefton Close, Plymouth


Kitchen Planning and Installation, Hardwood & Laminate Flooring

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Brisen Renovations

46 Pier Street, Plymouth


Kitchens All Ranges, Windows & Doors, Carpentry, Sash Windows

Calls to 0843 numbers cost 7p per minute plus your phone providers access charge

Home to both England’s oldest working gin distillery and what’s reputed to be the globe’s oldest commercial bakery, Plymouth grew as a shipping port during the industrial revolution – exporting local tin, copper, arsenic and more, while handling American imports.

Today, the economy of the second largest city in the south west is growing faster than the country’s. Plymouth contributes over £4.3 billion to the UK.

It is, of course, a crucial armed forces and maritime city, with everything from Britain’s only nuclear submarine refitting naval base and the Royal Navy Engineering College, to the Marine Biological Association’s headquarters and Marine Science laboratories researching climate change and more.

With the University of Plymouth and two large colleges training the engineers, technicians and local tradesmen of tomorrow, you’re not short of professionals to help you get the job done.

From renewable energy in Efford to bathroom fitters in Camels Head and carpenters in West Park, refer to our Plymouth directory of local tradesmen.

Need someone to deal with your woodwork? Get these local craftsmen in. Some construct and repair building frameworks, others install kitchen cabinets and drywall. It's all about finding the right tradesman for the job - and we've made it easy.

Specialist carpenters and joiners combine style with substance. They may carve ornate staircases or install your all-important window frames and doors. It's not as easy as these tradesmen make it look to measure, cut and shape wood to specification.

If you're remodelling your home, or after something smaller like a built-in-wardrobe to fill, dig out your blue prints, then give your local carpenter or joiner a call.


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