You have done your homework about the qualities that you should be looking for in a local joiner – you know that they should have enough experience, they should have references, a solid portfolio and they should give you a written quote before you sign a contract. But where do you actually go to get a joiner? For many, the immediate instinct is to do a Google search and pick one of the first three links in the search results. While this may lead you to a good joiner in your area it rarely happens; just because a company comes up in the first few search results doesn’t mean that they are any good at what they do; it means that they are good at getting ranked.
There are certain steps you can take to ensure that you get a joiner who will do quality work. The first is to check with people that you know. Your neighbours, family, friends and even colleagues may know a joiner who does excellent work. If any of them had any joinery work done you should ask them for contacts. Don’t just accept recommendations – you need to do your own interviews to make sure that they are right for your project.
Joiners associations are another reliable source of good joiners. These associations are created to ensure that members do high quality work every time – if they don’t members can lodge complains and the joiner will be blacklisted. Call your local joiners’ associations and ask them to send you at least 3 names recommended joiners.
If you know of any homes near you that ate undergoing refurbishment you can stop by to see the quality of joinery work that is being done. You may just get lucky and find an excellent joiner.
Alternatively, you can contact Salmons Bros. Limited. They do excellent joinery work and once you hire them you can sit back and relax. Find out more on http://www.salmonbros.co.uk/.