Integration Builders undertake all aspects of joinery within the construction industry for domestic and commercial clients. Our work is always of an exceptional standard and we’re happy to take on jobs of all sizes. Whether it’s timberwork for roofs, walls, floors and door frames or more intricate jobs like fitting doors or kitchen worktops, our professional joiners have the skills necessary.
Often referred to as first fix, structural joinery is the use of timber to build the foundation of a building. Usually carried out at the construction stage, it may involve woodwork for large structures such as roofs, joists, floors and stud walls.
Over the years we’ve worked on a number of projects and worked closely with other companies and tradespeople. We understand the requirements of each trade so we can keep projects firmly on track by delivering what’s needed.
Integration also provides second fix carpentry services for refurbishment, finishing or smaller joinery projects. This can include anything from bespoke carpentry to skirting, architraves and decorative beading. Below are a few examples of common requests.
Integration Builders provide a full door fitting service including the door casing and fittings. If required, we can also help save you money by purchasing through our own suppliers. We have a wide range of hardwood and softwood doors in various styles including 1930s, Victorian and modern. Fire doors can be fitted to meet building regulations.
Skirting boards and architrave come in a variety of shapes and sizes depending on the age of your property. At Integration we’ll not only fit skirting and architrave to an expert finish, we’ll also match the existing fittings in your home.
Integration Builders install full staircases for new builds, loft extensions or as a replacement of an existing staircase. We can also replace parts of a staircase as refurbishment or sections of stairs that may have become damaged.
Handrail – The handrail can be fixed to a wall or attached to the larger newel posts.
Newel Post – A newel post is a large post often found at the foot or turn of the stairs. Newel caps are decorative sections that sit on top of the newel post.
Spindles – The spindles are the small posts that join the handrail to the treads.
Stringer – The stringer is the section of wood attached to the wall where the treads and risers are inserted into.
For a complete kitchen fitting service, you can count on Integration Builders to deliver. We take your design and install everything with care and precision.
If you don’t want the expense of a completely new kitchen, there are a number of things you can do to give your kitchen a facelift. As part of our partial fitting service we can install or replace cabinets, cabinet doors, appliances and worktops.
For areas of your property where you want to maximise storage, custom-fitted wardrobes and cabinets are a great solution. Our joiners will measure, build and install in situ to ensure a flawless finish. We’ve listed a few examples of where bespoke, fitted furniture can be used.
Alcoves – Fit shelves and cupboard either side of a chimney breast
Bedroom – Make full use of wall space with fitted wardrobes
Bathroom – Consider a standing cabinet below the sink
Bay windows – Add seating area in bay windows with storage space
Below stairs – Custom shelving to fit beneath a staircase