Jack Vine – Creative Carpentry, Building & Design – Kent
Jack Vine, Creative Carpentry, Building and Design is an established carpentry and building company based in Cranbrook in the Weald of Kent, between Tunbridge Wells, Maidstone and Ashford.
The company was formed in 2000 and although is relatively small, has grown by being professional and by offering a high standard of service.
Jack Vine started his career as a carpentry apprentice with his father and then worked for a number of years within property development and the building trade before setting up Jack Vine: Creative Carpentry, Building and Design.
What sets us apart from other companies?
We are a friendly team - small enough to provide a personal and flexible approach while big enough to deliver demanding solutions on time.
We work with our customers to understand their vision, from the most complex construction project to the smallest repair job. We delight in offering all of our customers, regardless of the size of the project, knowledgeable advice and service. We believe, that regardless of budget, everyone should be able to access true craftsmanship and be able to maintain the character of their homes.
We’re passionate about what we do, and we deliver results. Our team of professionals is willing to get the job done no matter what the deadline, and work diligently to see that your vision becomes a reality. Our onsite practice of sharing information with clients— and proactively handling any complications that occur— ensures that every job runs as smoothly as possible. We’ve developed a strong, loyal customer base throughout the years, and previous clients often recommend us to their family and friends. And, that’s why our reputation continues to grow.
We have built a strong reputation for quality workmanship, and prompt, reliable service.
Contact Us Today
Our commitment to excellent design, and quality craftsmanship is the key to our success. Contact us today for a free consultation. We will gladly meet with you and provide an estimate for your next project.