Growing demand for bespoke joinery products is behind the continuing expansion of Bury St Edmunds-based builders, Moore & Stone Limited.

Speaking to the East Anglian Daily Times on the first anniversary of opening of the company’s top-quality dedicated joinery workshop, director Matt Stone said that there is unabated demand for the work of their skilled joiners and carpenters.

Stone credited much of the success of the joinery division to its manger, Phil Flame, who has been ensuring the production of the highest quality goods.

“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,” Stone explained.

“It’s great testimony to Phil and the quality of his work that now we are not only supplying joinery products for projects we are working on and directly to end users, but word has spread and we are receiving enquiries from others in the building trade, both builders and builders merchants, who don’t have the capacity to manufacture themselves.”

Flame has now been joined in the management of the joinery by carpentry specialist, Reed Bailey. The workshop brings together modern techniques and machinery with traditional craftsmanship to supply individual customers, and is now expanding its offerings to trade customers.