Our experienced carpenters can cover every aspect of woodwork in your property, whether you’re a private homeowner or a property manager looking for support across your portfolio. We can take care of everything from fitting kitchens to outdoor decking, from doors to floors, so we can ensure that your woodwork is in top condition.
Our carpentry services
- Flooring installations
- Doors internal and external
- Door locks
- Partition ceilings and walls
- Fitted furniture
- Window and Frame repairs
- Radiator covers
- Integrated appliance fitting.
At Bluebell, we specialise in carpentry repairs and maintenance for the London residential property sector, and our experienced team of professional carpenters are on hand to support all your woodwork projects. And with our same day response times and competitive rates, Londoners can count on us for carpentry.
Our fully qualified carpenters bring a wealth of experience to our carpentry division. Providing craftsmanship on high end installations work such as installing new floors, fitted cupboards or completing refurbishments. Our carpenters can also carry out all reactive repairs from replacing a broken lock to boarding up a smashed window.
Why won’t my cabinet doors line up?
Cabinet doors may not be lining up as the doors have become misaligned on the hinges, small adjustments to the door hinges will help you realign them.
How do I realign a cabinet door?
You can realign a cabinet door by adjusting one or both of the hinges on each door depending on how much correction is needed. If the door seems to be tilting down to the right, turn the side-to-side screw on the top hinge so that the hinge pulls closer to the side of the cabinet.
How do I fix a door handle that keeps coming off?
You will need to determine how the handle was attached to the door. It will either be screwed to the face of the door or bolted through to the handle on the other side. Use a screw driver to refit or tighten the fixings on the door handle.
Why is my door handle falling off?
Door handles can fall off revealing the spindle, or they can fail internally – no longer engaging the spindle when the handle is turned. Either way the handle will need replacing.
How do you lift a cupboard door that has dropped?
One of the main causes of a dropped door is a loose hinge. Luckily, this is easily solved! Over the years, screws will naturally work themselves loose. You’ll probably notice that your dropped door issue is because of loose hinges if your door drags along the floor slightly. This is easy to fix, and all you need to do is tighten the screws using a screwdriver. We recommend using a screwdriver to tighten the hinges, as using a drill can over tighten the screws and cause a whole load of other issues.