Joinery By Kenny McAlpine
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Joinery by Kenny McAlpine is an established joinery business run solely by myself. As I run my business from home and have my own workshop, I do not have large overheads and can keep my prices competitive. I pride myself on my high standard of workmanship and friendly and reliable service.
- Joinery & Cabinet Making
About Joinery By Kenny McAlpine
My business consists of carrying out high quality joinery work due to having over 46 years of experience in this industry. The work I undertake includes stud partition walls, hanging and adjusting of doors, skirting and architraves and the installation of wardrobes and shelving units. Fitting kitchen and bathroom units and worktops, as well as fencing and decking. I have also undertaken many bespoke one off projects which can viewed on my profile.
Fully trained time served joiner
Public Liability InsuranceLimit of indemnity: £1,000,000.00
Valid until: 11th Jan 2022
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