Select the service you need:
Our Tunbridge Wells 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 in need of a carpenter in Tunbridge Wells? Home Solutions from John Lewis can provide the expertise you require at a date and time to suit you. We have highly experienced and fully qualified carpenters all over the Tunbridge Wells area. All you need to do is select one of our local carpentry services. Whether you need a door planning or a new set of fully bespoke furniture, we can provide a carpenter to suit you.
With Home Solutions, you will only ever be working with the best. Each of our carpenters has gone through a strict five stage vetting process to make sure that they meet our standards. This includes an examination of their qualifications, experience, and even the quality of their past work. We are so confident that you’ll be happy with our carpenters that we’ll also provide you with a 12-month guarantee.
Our carpenters are available all over the Tunbridge Wells area. This includes central spots like Langton Green, Denny Bottom, Speldhurst, Southborough and Hawkenbury, as well as boroughs further out such as Tonbridge, Hook Green, Fordcombe, Bidborough and Frant.
Hire the right carpenter
A skilled carpenter can take care of a surprising number of jobs around the average home. This can include door and architrave planing, or even designing and building bespoke or fitted furniture. They can also take part in high-scale conversion jobs, though typically they will not take on these projects without help.
In order to become qualified, most carpenters will complete apprenticeships in carpentry or joinery. Others will finish Level 2 or 3 college-level diplomas. All carpenters working with Home Solutions from John Lewis have passed a strict five-stage vetting process to make sure not only that they are fully qualified, but also that they have a history of happy customers.
The exact cost of hiring a carpenter in Tunbridge Wells will depend on the details of the required work. Carpenters typically offer standardised jobs for common maintenance or repair services such as door or architrave planing. More complicated tasks such as building fitted or bespoke furniture usually require both a careful discussion and an examination of the property in question. Following this, the carpenter will then provide a bespoke quote.
Home Solutions offers services with both standardised costs and customised quotes. If you have a project in mind that requires specific materials, be sure to let your carpenter know this in advance. You should also be clear about whether there will be any issues relating to parking or access, or your project may end up delayed.
Keep in mind that carpenters can often charge more for work that takes place during evenings, weekends or national holidays. You may also wind up with additional costs if your carpenter needs to bring in additional labour or materials. However, your carpenter will make any extra charges clear to you in advance.