About Us

Willow Joinery was established in St Clears (Carmarthenshire) in 2015, and the manufacturing facility where all goods are made overlooks Carmarthen Bay. This traditional setting supports the company’s traditional methods and production techniques.

Willow Joinery was established in St Clears

Although based in South Wales, Willow Joinery supply to the whole of the UK. We pride ourselves on excellent quality of work and customer relations, and are pleased that a large amount of our work comes from recommendations and returning customers.

Willow Joinery is a new business and is the outcome of the merger between James Gibbin Joinery & Maple Leaf Joinery. Both business were suppliers of high quality joinery products looking to increase productivity and efficiency while reducing overheads and costs to the client.

James Gibbin Joinery was established in September 2007 making high quality external joinery for both residential and commercial properties. The business had developed a reputation for excellence in renovation and restoration work and clients have included Carmarthenshire county council, CADW and the church of wales. James Gibbin joinery had established itself as a market leader of bespoke joinery in Carmarthenshire and South Wales.

Maple Leaf Joinery was created by Daniel Raymond and established in April 2010 making quality bespoke furniture and kitchens for the high end market. The business has developed an excellent reputation over the years and now has a large repeat customer base for private clients and interior designers.

Willow Joinery now has the advantage of an extremely well equipped workshop, skilled workforce and a large part of the joinery market in south west wales which can now cater for joinery products ranging from quality windows and doors to high end bespoke kitchens.

Environment

At Willow joinery we are committed to sustainable forest management which is demonstrated by only using FSC and PEFC certified timbers. We also turn all our waste into wood briquettes for use on log burners, open fires and biomass boilers.