What We Do:
McCormack Joinery designs and makes bespoke modern kitchens, cabinetry and furniture. Our projects range from individual items such as wardrobes and bookcases through to kitchens and designing the shelving, cabinets and storage solutions for a whole house.
Who we are:
After training and working as a cabinet maker, Paul McCormack opened his own firm in 2007.
McCormack Joinery has since grown into a team of skilled cabinet makers based just ouside London.
How we work:
Our work with any client begins with listening to ideas and exploring the possibilities to realise a project and hopefully surpass original expectations. We provide a quotation following a site visit and make all the cabinetry in our workshop before installation, minimising disruption to your home.
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We believe the best results are achieved when the design, make and installation stages are one integrated process, which is why we offer all three services. Our designs are contemporary in style and finish, an approach which works in traditional and modern homes.
We work with wood and wood-based products from trusted suppliers, as well as metals, plastics, linoleum and glass. We only use good quality materials and finishes and can provide information on sourcing and sustainability.
Why go bespoke?
Bespoke cabinetry is a long-term investment which can pay for itself in terms of personal enjoyment as well as an increase in the value of your property. If you have specific ideas, whether aesthetic or design-led, it’s possible these can’t be achieved with an off-the-peg solution.
In practical terms, bespoke solutions can optimise the space in small or unusually-proportioned period homes as well as new builds which are often designed without any storage.
I already know exactly what I want, can you work to my brief?
Our clients include homeowners commissioning bespoke cabinetry for the first time as well creative people from architects to fashion designers, who tend to have strong ideas about what they want to achieve.
We enjoy working with anyone who appreciates our collaborative approach, and usually find that once clients have taken the first few steps with us they begin to greatly enjoy the benefits of bespoke work.
How much will it cost?
As with all bespoke work, the cost of our cabinetry depends on the job. Factors which affect the price include design work, the size and volume of each cabinet, materials, and ease of installation.
As a guide, clients can expect to spend between £2,000 and £20,000 for wardrobes, and kitchens may cost between £12,000 and £50,000.
How long will it take?
We estimate most projects will be completed between six and eight weeks after the drawings have been signed off.
McCormack Joinery Ltd.
Place Farm, Place Farm Lane
Essex CM15 0JA
Registered in England & Wales: 06884373
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