We carry out bespoke carpentry and joinery in Birmingham and throughout the West Midlands. Our team will design, plan and install to your specification, whether you want new kitchen worktops, wooden flooring, bespoke furniture, storage solutions or garden decking. Our multiskilled team have extensive experience working in the building industry, carrying out all aspects from brickwork to woodwork, so that you don’t need to look elsewhere. From the initial plans to the final touches, we strive to exceed your expectations through quality results and fair prices. So, if you live in the local area or in Oxford, Nottingham, Derby or elsewhere in the West Midlands, contact us today for a free, no-obligation quotation. We look forward to helping you with your new project.
We offer a range of bespoke services for domestic and commercial clients. Our team can help you with things like:
Our carpentry and joinery service is suitable for both domestic and commercial clients. No matter if you need bespoke work at your home, office, shop, restaurant, or if you have a modern or heritage building, we can help. If you would like further information about our carpentry and joinery services, please don’t hesitate to contact us and we will offer you a free quotation.
Wood is a versatile material that has been used for thousands of years. It has been fundamental and essential for building, fuel, food and more. Carpentry and joinery are skilled woodworking trades used in architecture and construction. A carpenter specialises in assembling wood, particularly on a larger scale. They design and build structures. Meanwhile, joiners tend to use their woodworking skills to create products required for the other end of the construction process. This includes creating bespoke furniture, staircases, windows, doors and decorative features.
At BDL Ltd, our team have an extensive skill set. We have worked in the building industry for many years and have acquired the skills and knowledge to be both carpenters and joiners. So, why not contact us today to discuss your ideas?