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TRADITIONAL VALUES | MODERN TECHNIQUES

Established in Kidlington, Oxfordshire in 2005 and with a combined 60 years experience in the joinery industry, Conifer Joinery create beautiful bespoke designs for homes, commercial premises, colleges and universities.

A Family Run Business

Traditional Joinery

Conifer Joinery is a family run business who pride themselves on their attention to detail and on putting the customers wishes and requirements at the forefront of all projects.

Customer satisfaction is a high priority. All work is carried out in-house, and is created using traditional joinery methods whether it is a sapele conservatory, or a set of oak windows. Traditional methods mean that Conifer Joinery can offer authenticity in every aspect of a project, even in the manufacturing process.

BWF OCTG

As Members of the British Woodworking Federation and the Oxfordshire Construction Training Group Conifer Joinery have a team of exceptional craftsmen.

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Recent Projects We’ve Completed For Our Clients

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