Demand for bespoke joinery booms
Published:  07 November, 2012

BURY ST EDMUNDS: Moore & Stone is celebrating the end of the first year of its new joinery workshop operation. The dedicated joinery shop was opened a year ago to support the existing building business and to meet additional demand for bespoke fixtures and furnishings.

Matt Stone, director, Moore & Stone said: “Over the past year we have seen demand grow and grow for bespoke joinery products such as sash and casement windows, complete staircases, bannisters and handmade kitchens."

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