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True Carpentry & Construction

True Carpentry and Construction

Specialising in Japanese and European timber architecture, framing, bespoke joinery as well as general building and contract work.

We are a small local firm based in Falmouth, Cornwall, where we work closely with local sawmills, architects and fellow tradesmen all over the area. We are able to manage a full build or contribute parts of a larger project in collaboration with a team of proven and seasoned workers, ensuring high quality finishes on any scale of project. Our work includes restoration/renovation projects, oak frame extensions, custom interiors, garden structures and any bespoke project you have in mind...

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Timber Framing

 

Experienced in Japanese and English construction, we possess the knowledge in constructing green oak or other timber frames to the highest standards combining ancient carpentry methods with modern design and precision.  Hardwoods are our speciality, but we can create curved, round, or regularised timber frames out of softwoods, glue-laminated or other materials. This is a rounded frame for the National Trust.

Hand-crafted Gazebos

The versatility, beauty and sustainability of wood constructions lends itself to both modern and traditional designs. This is a gazebo for at Cosawes Barton in Ponsanooth which was commissioned as a wedding ceremony venue. 

 

Modern Construction Experience

general building work

We also offer services for handling the whole or part of a construction project, keeping a close relationship with you - the client.  Our experience of handling building projects from planning through to completion allows us to understand the whole process and work sympathetically alongside other tradesmen. Please visit our gallery for two houses built in Falmouth, Cornwall in 2013/2014.



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