Joinery & Cabinet Making

Our joinery shop

has been in existense since 1969 so our strength is our experience. No job is too large or too small.

Our factory does work in wide variety  of specialities  such as carcass building, cabinet making, timber processing such as machining, planing, laminate of tops, sanding and woods finishing

H & S Timbers specialises in all types of timber joinery in both solid timber and particle board providing excellent quality and results. We also offer a finishing service for those who are unable to do this at home.

Customised projects can be manufactured according to customer’s specifications and can be done in various timber species including exotic timbers from Africa and abroad.

Our services and products include the following:

  • Machined Timber – Planed all round, custom mouldings.
  • Laminated Timber – Boards, Tops, Shelving, and Beams.
  • Boards – Cut and edged to customer’s specifications
  • Doors – Fielded panel cupboard and entrance doors in any size and timber type available.
  • Industrial Joinery – Stevenson Screens, Cabinets, Frames, Staircases, and Wooden Components.

All products manufactured are inspected for compliance with the company’s 12 ‘S’ Quality Control Check List:



Has the timber been surface planed? Is it straight?


Are the sizes correct and within tolerance?


Is the best side the exposed side?


Has the product been properly sanded?


Have the articles been strapped, shrink-wrapped or


Has the job been completed on schedule?
Will the customer be satisfied with our service?


Has the board been cut squarely?
Has the timber been machined squarely?


Are there any splits in the timber?
Can they be removed by crosscutting?
Can they be glued or filled?


When jointing timber have we matched grain and colour?


Has the product been spray-painted if required?
If sprayed, are there any dust particles adhering to the surface?
Have sanding marks been removed?
Are there enough coats?


Have we taken the least amount of time possible to process the order?


Has the job been completed to the customer’s satisfaction?