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Our Milton Keynes carpenters do a wide range of jobs, including architraving and door planing.
Our trades can help you with -
- Door easing
- Door hanging
- Building cupboards
- Building wardrobes
- Building staircases
- Building shelving or bookcases
- Installing loft hatches
- Installing loft ladders
- Fixing skirting boards
- Fixing architraving
- Boxing in (concealing pipes)
Are you looking for a carpenter in Milton Keynes? Home Solutions from John Lewis can help you find a highly-experienced and fully-qualified carpenter in no time at all. We work with carpenters all over the Milton Keynes area. Whether you simply need a few door planing or you want to have fully bespoke furniture built for your home, we can deliver the expertise you require at a date and time to suit you. All you need to do is visit the Carpenter page on the John Lewis website to access a whole range of service.
Home Solutions only works with the very best. Each and every one of our carpenters in Milton Keynes has passed a strict five-stage vetting process to make sure they are up to our standards. This includes a close examination of their qualifications, as well as the quality of their past work and even what their old customers have to say about them. We’re so confident in our services that we’ll even provide you with a 12-month guarantee to make sure you are satisfied.
Our tradespeople are available all over Milton Keynes. We can provide carpenters in outer areas such as Buckingham, Luton, Dunstable, Leighton Buzzard and Aylesbury, as well as more central spots like Willen, Bradville, Fishermead, Woolstone, Wavendon, Bletchley and Monkston.
Hire the right carpenter
Carpenters can handle a variety of jobs around the home. Common services include architrave and door planing, though carpenters can also take care of more complicated tasks such as designing and creating bespoke wooden furniture. That being said, an individual carpenter will not usually be enough for a full-scale conversion job, though they will certainly be able to take on several associated tasks. More simple jobs such as flat-pack furniture assembly will usually be best left to a handyman.
Most carpenters will finish intermediate or advanced apprenticeships in joinery or carpentry in order to learn their trade. Alternatively, they may complete Level 2 or 3 diplomas at college level. Every single John Lewis tradesperson has passed a vetting process to make sure they are both fully qualified and well experienced - we take care of this so you don’t have to.
The cost of a carpentry job will always depend on the details of the required work. Common maintenance or repair services such as door planing will often have standardised prices. More complicated tasks, however, will usually require a discussion and property inspection. In this case, carpenters will recommend a visit so that they can visit your property and offer a customised quote.
Home Solutions offers both set prices and quotes, depending on what kind of service you have in mind. That being said, you should keep in mind that carpentry jobs can occasionally have additional costs. For example, if you want to hire a carpenter in the evening, at the weekend, during a public holiday or at short notice, you may be charged higher rates. You may also face extra charges if your carpenter has to bring in additional parts or labour. However, your candidate will make any such additions clear to you in advance.