Expert joinery that works for you
If you’re looking for the skills, expertise and product range of a big company with the individual care and service of a family business, you’ve come to the right place.
Regardless of what you need, at Sweet Joinery you can expect high quality work delivered with a personal touch. And every project begins with a consultation that is every bit as bespoke as our joinery.
A history of great quality
For more than 40 years the Sweet family has been successfully delivering construction projects across the South West. Now you can benefit directly from their experience and expertise at Sweet Joinery, led by expert carpenter and project manager Dan Sweet and his specialist team.
Handcrafted by experts
Whether you’re looking for a single product or need someone to support you through a large project, we can help.
Our team of skilled joiners combine traditional techniques with the very latest digital CNC technology, which means you can access a wide range of options in one space - something most small joineries can’t provide.
How can we help you?
● Fire door manufacture and installation
● CNC services
● Door set preparation
● Bespoke joinery
Don’t just take our word for it
Our experience spans exciting commercial developments and prestigious civil and heritage projects, ongoing facilities management provision and even supporting other joiners with specialist services.
Whatever the job, it’s always delivered with a bespoke approach and a personal touch that keeps our customers coming back time and again.
“Dan is a very, very good carpenter and he did a great job as a project manager too. He took a lot of trouble over the work he did.”
"The work was done to a really good standard and finished the same day which was a huge bonus. Mike was really friendly and kept us informed of what he was doing throughout the day. He was also concerned about who was responsible for the 'making good' at the end of the job and as I was unsure he said he would chase it up which is really helpful."
- Lorraine Chittem, University of Bristol