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Dominic Wood – Cabinet Maker and French Polisher
Dominic Wood is a skilled craftsman with an attention to detail that ensures that his customers get the best possible workmanship and service.  He has lived in the area for 40 years and served his apprenticeship as a Cabinet Maker in the market town of Frome working for a family company specialising in antique restoration.He attended Brunel Technical College Bristol and passed his City and Guilds Furniture Craft Certificate with Distinction.  This course had a broad syllabus and covered everything from the history and restoration of furniture to working with the modern engineered materials of the present day covering all the skills required to work in the various mediums.Dominic started his own business in 1977 and moved to Westwood in 1979 were he runs a successful workshop.  He works in the interior woodworking sector undertaking the Designing, building and installing of kitchens, Bedrooms, Home Offices.  Also traditional French polishing of furniture and interior woodwork.  He has carried out work in prestigious buildings including the Pump Rooms and The Guildhall in Bath, as well as many privately owned period properties in the area.  Modern contemporary furniture is also repaired and refinished to a high standard.Call now on 01225 864277 or 07889 530237 or email alamba1@aol.com.   Visit us at www.cabinetmakersbath.co.uk
cabinet makers, french polishing

Our address

Address:
39 Lower Westwood Bradford on Avon Wiltshire BA15 2AR
Telephone:
01225 864277 | 07889 530237
alamba1@aol.com
Web:
http://www.cabinetmakersbath.co.uk

Opening Hours

Monday:
8AM-6PM
Tuesday:
8AM-6PM
Wednesday:
8AM-6PM
Thursday:
8AM-6PM
Friday:
8AM-6PM
Saturday:
8AM-6PM

Payment Options

Services

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