Believe it or not, there are actually a number of different methods that can be used in commercial joinery and, if you are planning on using it as a part of your job or for a personal project, it's important to make sure you choose the right one for the application. If you don't, the overall affect of the work may be affected and it may not last as long as you like. Use this guide to choose the type of join for your commercial joinery project, depending on the type of wood being used or the desired application:
By choosing the most appropriate commercial joinery technique for the project you are completing, you can ensure that your work lasts a lifetime and is not subjected to premature damage. As you can see, there are a number of methods suited to furniture building and construction, so you will always have plenty of attractive joins to choose from.
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Jacobs Joinery use traditional joinery methods, including the joinery methods described above, to manufacture bespoke furniture and fittings throughout Hampshire, Sussex and Surrey.
This dynamic young company was established in February 1997. This was a direct result of our parent company, Jacobs Construction Ltd, finding that they had ever-increasing requirements for specialist joinery.
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