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History

priest house farm

History

Established back in 1989 as a site carpenter and joiner, Keith Howson started manufacturing furniture and joinery items from the former Priest House Farm in Great Limber. Starting out with only a couple of machines, some imaginative innovations and occupying a mere 300 square feet of workshop space, with tenacity and determination we now occupy over 3,000 square feet of workshop space. Our workshop is equipped with both traditional and highly technical modern machinery allowing us to produce high quality fitted and free-standing furniture and purpose made joinery items to customers’ unique requirements.

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Priest House Farm Workshops

In our workshops at Great Limber we produce a diverse range of work including the design, planning, manufacture and installation of high quality windows, doors and frames, staircases, skirting boards, architrave and many other joinery items, all finished to high standards. As with all our joinery and furniture work, these items can be finished with high quality paint or clear lacquer finishes before or after installation. In addition to this work, we produce various items of fitted and free-standing furniture including dressers, tables, settles, kitchen, bedroom, office and bathroom furniture, all once again finished to the highest standards.

We can also produce items from more affordable materials such as painted Medium Density Fibreboard (MDF) or Melamine Faced Chipboard (MFC) for short term furniture or serviceable furniture such as children’s play rooms and utility rooms, all once again finished to our usual high standards.

Whether your project is large or small, we will produce accurate quotations accompanied by CAD drawings allowing you to view your project in a 3D virtual environment allowing you to make adjustments before manufacture.