Brian Green with New Born Richard 1968

Brian Green with New Born Richard 1968

Carpentry & Cabinet Making has now been in the Green family for nearly 50 years. At the age of 27, Brian Green started his own business as a local Carpenter after serving his apprenticeship and learning his trade. He soon earned a reputation as a quality, reliable tradesman, well known within the local community. The business gradually grew and diversified over the years into various different markets from Carpentry work to bespoke furniture manufacture. All this knowledge and experience has been built over the years which enables us to now offer a complete service to our clients. Projects are managed from the very beginning to the very end. From the initial consultation and design to managing all the building work, manufacture of units, installation of units, electrical and plumbing work.

The business is now run by Brian’s two sons, Richard and Nick. They served their apprenticeships within the family business and learned their trades from a hard task master who instilled firm work ethic and attention to detail at every opportunity. Brian wanted to make sure that the reputation of the business that he had built would be left in good hands when he eventually past over the reigns to his two sons. Full City & Guilds accreditation was earned, and they now pride themselves on offering a quality service and product.

The business now specialises in the manufacture and installation of handmade kitchens and Interiors. These are offered in a variety of timbers and finishes which you will see both on this website and our social media pages.

The business’ home is in Skelmanthorpe, West Yorkshire which is close to the popular Town of Holmfirth, lovingly known as Summer Wine Country after the famous TV series. The workshops are situated in an old textile mill called Tenter Croft Mills which was part of the Field families 3 mills in Skelmanthorpe in the late 19th and early 20th Century. It seems fitting that the traditional production methods and designs that the business uses for it’s kitchens and furniture should operate from premises which have such a lot of history. It just wouldn’t feel the same operating from a modern factory unit.

Ultimately, the aim of the business is to offer it’s clients a smooth and enjoyable experience when undertaking a project such as a kitchen, bedroom or study. Hard sell is not the style, just a friendly initial chat to find out the requirements and everything goes from there.


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