Our mission is to produce purpose-made joinery that won’t just look the part, but will also last and perform to the optimum in any given environment.
That’s why at SA Joinery, we place huge priority on sourcing the finest woods from around the world, to ensure our clients receive the quality and reliability they expect.
The beauty of timber is that it is so versatile. Whether it is a dense durable hardwood or subtle softwood, timber that’s in sapele or oak, walnut or beech, the choice of grains and colours is highly variable.
Based on our years of experience creating practical, robust and stylish joinery solutions, we are ideally placed to provide expert advice and guidance over what specific woods and finishes will work best for the project in hand.
Using our eye for detail, we are comfortable providing our own recommendations, or working with any timber specification you request.
Everything we do is tailored to individual specification - crafted under one roof, where we devote the time and professionalism to ensure consistently impressive results. In our fully equipped and modern facility, where quality control is paramount, we are able to manufacture joinery from a wide assortment of raw materials, including solid timber, MDF, MFC, veneers or laminates.
In line with our commitment to producing high quality, bespoke woodwork, our team of joiners use traditional machinery including Felder, Hammer, Robland, spindle moulders, RIP saws, panel and band saws, thicknessers, planers, tennoners and morticers.
We also handle all the requisite finishing on the premises, including lacquering, staining and sheening to ensure our clients receive a product they can be proud of.
Whenever our presence is required on site, we have a dedicated installation team who will ensure that all fixing and jointing is carried out to an impeccable standard.
We will liaise with other trades, who may well be working on site at the same time, in order to ensure that the joinery element is always undertaken efficiently and at an appropriate stage in the build programme.