Nathan McCarter Joinery achieves Made in Britain accreditation

NATHAN McCarter Joinery describes itself as a humble, yet progressive joinery business, bringing together master craftsmen, traditional methods, and contemporary tooling. It creates bespoke timber windows and handcrafted timber doors from its workshop premises in Devon. It has now achieved accreditation from the Made in Britain organisation.

Tom Sherrell, office manager, told Made in Britain, “Originally set up in 2007, over the years we’ve established an unrivalled reputation which has seen an increase in demand for our joinery services. Our continued success has brought impressive growth and, as a result, has seen us move to our larger workshop premises in Tavistock.

“We employ local people and create bespoke pieces using as many local suppliers we can. When we see the Made in Britain logo we get the sense we are buying quality, our purchase will be secure and made with care instead of being mass-produced and bought in, we believe our clients will feel the same as we do.”

Nathan McCarter Joinery plans to use the official, protected Made in Britain mark on its website and business paperwork such as quotes, estimates and invoices. Find out more about the company from its members’ directory profile page here and its website here.

By Made in Britain 4 months ago | Made in Britain news

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