Carpentry, nowadays we tend to use these terms interchangeably, but there are indeed differences between them. Although carpenters and joiners can perform similar tasks, they have different skills. On the one hand, carpentry is a more basic woodwork whereas joinery is a more skilled one. The first is generally a process of making or repairing things with wood like accessories or fittings such as cabinets, tables, chairs or any other bespoke furniture. Yet carpentry is very much related to the hidden finishing of a building. On the other hand, joinery is a process of producing more complex items by woodworking joins of the household, which also includes windows, doors, trusses, framing, etc. The joiner is very much related to the visible finishing of a building. Although we find slightly different definitions from country to country, rest assure that our company will provide you both carpenter and joiner to your project.