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Join Tom's satisfied customers.

TV programmes make DIY look easy, but thousands of people still can't put up a shelf without banging their thumbs with the hammer or knocking a hole in the wall.

That's because REAL joiners have learned their trade, have the right tools, the right eye for the job and, above all, the right skills.

Tom Millen is one of those professionals - a joiner who has worked in the trade since 1980.

He established his own business, Ayrshire Joinery Services, around eight years ago and is happy to take on any task - big or small.

Tom carries out many of the smaller jobs on his own, but employs a team of specialists on the bigger ones - which are becoming more common as satisfied customers tell their friends and word gets round.

Everyone jokes about flat-packs, including kitchen units in boxes, but putting them together is not as easy as it looks. Ayrshire Joinery Services will assemble your kitchen from these packs if you like - or will design and build a kitchen to your own desires.

Should you need double glazing, or even a beautiful new conservatory, contact Tom's team.

You'll always be dealing with local people and they set the highest standards at competitive prices.

Insurance work is welcomed, while roofline work - including fascias and soffits - is another area of expertise.

Ayrshire Joinery also do work on solid wood or laminate flooring.

You can buy your own materials or consult the company about them beforehand - the choice is yours.

As well as domestic work, the company offers a professional service to commercial clients, fully guaranteed, anywhere in Ayrshire.

Estimates, day or evening, are free and without obligation. Call 0781 211 3282, 01292 265 785, or 01294 556691 to find out how Ayrshire Joinery Services can help YOU, however small or large your joinery project may be.

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Ayrshire Joinery Services

38 Union Avenue, Ayr Tel 01292 265 785
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Publication:Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)
Date:Apr 11, 2006
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