I was born and raised in Seaville, just outside of Abbeytown in Cumbria. I live on a farm with my 4 dogs: Dungey, Sally, Sadie and Dotty (that's Dotty to the left) and 6 ducks, they don't have names yet! We have a stream running through the farm, to the duck pond and through to the sea, a mile away. When starting the business I was struggling with names, when I looked on the map the very stream that runs though our farm and to the duck pond is called NewCut, hence where the business name originated.
Starting as an apprentice in 2014, I have built up a repertoire of skills over the past 7 years. I have worked with numerous tradesmen - Brian, 73 has taught me a lot of 'old school' joinery skills; hand cutting traditional roofs and constructing frame ledge and braced doors to name a couple (you can view some of our custom made doors in our portfolio). Most of my work involves using the most up to date joinery techniques, which I have picked up over the years. However, modern day joinery techniques are not always the best method - especially in listed buildings - hence, is it important to have a balance of both old and new.
NewCut Joinery & Construction
NewCut Joinery and Construction enjoys testing the limits of what materials can do, and is fascinated by how particular items can be created in unique ways. We have created bespoke designs ranging from simple mantlepieces, coat hooks and stairs to full summer houses, extensions and even aviaries.
We believe the aim of every project is to craft well-designed works of art that are beautiful and functional. Above all, our passion for design and creation comes from the desire to bring incredible ideas to life. Browse our comprehensive portfolio to get a better understanding of how we do this.