Morris Joinery appoints craftsman with passion for the job
Morris Joinery has appointed experienced joiner Alistair Jones at its Bicton workshop to meet a growing demand for its services.
Alistair, aged 42, has honed his skills in bespoke joinery, including windows, doors, stairs and orangeries, in more than 25 years in the industry.
He said: “I was looking for a new challenge where I could put my skills to good use. I wanted to join a well-respected company which looks after its employees. Morris Joinery has made me feel very welcome. It’s nice to be in a workshop with such a good team spirit and have interesting projects to work on.”
Father-of-two Alistair lives in Bicton and worked previously at a local company for 19 years. “I have worked in joinery since I left school. I enjoy being able to make things with my hands; there is a real sense of achievement,” he added.
Steve Granda, Morris Joinery Manager, said: “Alistair is a welcome addition to our skilled team of craftsmen. We pride ourselves on the quality of our work so we look for people with the right experience, knowledge and passion for what they do.”
Morris Joinery, a well-established family business, offers a full range of commercial and domestic services from traditional doors and windows to modern and bespoke joinery pieces. For more information visit www.morris-joinery.co.uk
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