Repairing decking

It can be cheaper on your wallet and better for the environment. Repairing old decking is becoming a trend - thankfully - because it’s so much better for the environment. If you are looking to repair your current decking area, or are heating to update your current design then get in touch for a free, … Continue reading Repairing decking

Shut that new door

A family in Farsley were expecting to take delivery of some new bikes and want to keep them safe. The current door was rotten and needed to be replaced with something within budget and strong. They also wanted extra securty measures that they could chain their new bikes too. Again, the whole project needed to … Continue reading Shut that new door

Child’s play, St Oswald’s Primary School

A little while ago Nicole, a member of staff at St Oswald’s Primary School in Guisley, Leeds, asked me to make a mud kitchen for their reception class. Following on from the mud kitchen, I returned to make a cafe counter front and seating area for the children to play coffee shop. All the items … Continue reading Child’s play, St Oswald’s Primary School

Woodworm sees makeover

A customer who lives in Calverley discovered all of the cabinet framing and panelling in the living room was invested with woodworm. All the invested timber was safety removed and the cabinets, including the framing and panels were re-made. All the skirting also had to be removed and replaced, along with some of the shelving. … Continue reading Woodworm sees makeover

December, full of surprise projects.

It's been a busy December, handyman and woodcraft projects ranging from fitting blinds, to installing gates, boxing in pipes and consumer units, to replacing rotten thresholds and old broken doors - and new framing; as well as installing oak flooring and custom floating shelving. Why not visit my Instagram page to more details and projects. … Continue reading December, full of surprise projects.