Welcome to Bradford Woodworkers!
Mac Price and Jonny Buck started Bradford Woodworkers in 1982.
Our workshop, originally an old 19th Century stable block belonged to the adjacent hotel that used to serve the textile trade of Listers Mill , which, when built, was allegedly the biggest woollen mill in the world.
We have a small, highly skilled workforce of 7 joiners and cabinet makers including 2 apprentices.
We don’t have product lines. We are not a factory, so we avoid mass or large batch production, and over the years have gradually built up an extensive portfolio of bespoke work, where each job offers a different challenge.
Working in these more specialised areas makes best use of our skills, while keeping the range as broad as possible helps to keep us motivated and enthusiastic.
Whether it’s period doors and windows, oak staircases, Georgian, Victorian and modern shopfronts, retail and commercial interiors, everything is tailor made for each job to a very high standard.