Joinery Carpentry Alcoves



Once the initial meeting has taken place, James will design and quote the works being carried out. Should you choose to proceed with our quotation we ask for a 50% deposit. We will then book in the time to visit you again to go through all of the details and measurements to ensure you are 100% happy with the order. Once this is done we ask for a further 25% part payment to secure the installation date(s). Once the payment is received we will send you a confirmation invoice and letter to act as receipt for your payments and which provides further information regarding your job. We accept bank transfer and cheques as forms of payment. 


Once the re-measure and design details are complete, the plans are taken to the workshop for construction. We aim to have all units made and painted (depending on the finish required) one week prior to the installation date to ensure the units are ready to go out for the installation without delay. During this time we may contact you to confirm some details if required or to make suggestions in design if the construction process brings to light unforeseen snags or indeed opportunities for improvement.

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 On the day of your installation, James will aim to be on site for 7:45 am. We ask you to move as much furniture as you are able to, out of the room (s) in which we will be working in. Any large, awkward or heavy items can be moved when James arrives. The room will be covered with dust sheets, plastic wrap and floor protection. Then the units and appropriate tools will be brought in to complete the work. A lot of room is required to install the units. Therefore it is important that all existing furniture is cleared from the work space if possible. Dependant on the size of the units, James will determine the amount of days needed for the install. Should you opt for the fully painted finish, the final coat of paint is finished the following day(s). If parking permits are required we ask that you provide these for the duration of our time onsite. 



 You have many options for the finish of your units. The most popular being a painted finish. Most of the paint work is sprayed before installation. This means less time and mess in your home. 

Final Payment:

Once the units are installed and the works are completed, the final payment may be made. We accept bank transfer and cheques as forms of payments.