PCM Carpentry is a family owned and run business established in 2006.
Barry Lindsey (Owner & Head Carpenter) brings a wealth of experience to your project due to his extensive industry experience, skills, quality workmanship and professionalism having worked and Supervised for bulk builders, residential maintenance companies, kitchen and bathroom renovation companies and various other trades.
As a fully qualified Carpenter with over 18 years experience within the building and construction industry, ...
Import of French building and decorating products. Stone fireplaces and floors. French oak solid timber floors and parquetry. Double glazed casement windows and doors. Shutters. Entrance and internal doors. Cremone bolts. Anduze garden pots. Versailles panels.
Consultancy service in French and European design.
WE DO HIGH QUALITY SECURITY DOORS IN MELBOURNE
Whether you need to protect your residential, commercial or industrial property, you require a service that is reliable and of a very high standard. We’ve been in the business for close to 10 years and can offer the best security doors in Melbourne for ANY suburb. We’re a proudly Australian run company
WHO WE OFFER OUR SERVICES TO
we’ve accumulated 9 plus years servicing the wholesale sector by creating security solutions for businesses ...
Warragul screens is a famliy owened business est in 1985 we do custom security door ,fly screens, showerscreens, wardrobe doors ,mirrors we are also a wardrobe world dealer we pride ourselves in service
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