20-22 Seabeach Lane,
Eastbourne, East Sussex
Telephone: 01323 730 710
Our Design Process
From your initial phone call to site meeting, our team will turn your vision into a reality. With nearly 40 years design experience building hundreds of kitchens, bathrooms, and everything in between; our team are experts at turning empty spaces into beautiful places. Whether you already know what you want or you are not sure, we can advise you on the best solution.
Initial consultation, Site meeting
Full CAD Drawings
About Barn Joinery
Founded by Kim McGreevy in 1978, Barn Joinery has gone from strength to strength, our team are City and Guilds qualified and have over 65 years experience combined. Upon completing his apprenticeship training, Kim set-up shop at the age of 23 and started to undertake small carpentry jobs.
Growing from strength to strength, in 2003 Barn Joinery moved to Sea Beach lane where it has been ever since.
John Barry has over 20 years experience after starting with Kim as an apprentice, aged 13. John won apprentice of the year in 1999 and has been with Barn Joinery every since. In 2012, Simon McGreevy joined making a proud father and son team. In 2014 Simon was an award winner at the CITB National Skill Build competition.
Throughout the design and build of your job, we are on hand to guide you through the project and keep you updated, clients can always contact us with queries. Our process is open and transparent, we welcome clients to visit in person and experience the atmosphere of our busy Eastbourne workshop.
We pride ourselves in our professionalism, providing quality without compromise. From the very beginning, we will do our best to be flexible to your needs and guarantee the quality of our work. We want to make sure you get exactly what you expect from our service and most importantly, that you are happy with it.
Respect the environment
We understand the value of wood and the environment, where ever possible we aim to re-use and reduce our waste. Our waste is recycled or reused as much as possible. Saw dust goes on to be used in horse stables, chicken hutches or butchers shops. Wood off-cuts are used for fire wood or donated to local schools.
We have built up long standing relationships with local business’s in and around Eastbourne since 1978, ensuring we source the best materials for your job. Close relationships with suppliers enable us to order in both small and large quantities of traditional and specialist wood, sourcing only the materials needed for the job in hand. All timber we order is approved by the FSC.
We ensure our designs are sympathetic to the style of your home - a stylish kitchen for your victorian property or a bold bathroom for your modern home. Using the finest materials alongside traditional tried and tested working methods, we make fitted furniture and joinery built to last. Our dedicated team of craftsman work with an attention to detail and respect for the materials.
Our team are fully qualified and trained to the highest standards. It takes many years to learn the trade of true craftsmanship - our team pride themselves on their indepth knowlegde of traditional wood-working methods, many of which are now sadly not taught in modern apprenticeship schemes.