Construction of Different Wooden Parts

Basically, joinery is simply the construction of different wooden parts of an indoor building. This usually includes window frames, doors, staircases and other furniture within the building. It also refers to how wooden pieces are joined together. Basically, there are three types of joinery Adelaide; tabbing, mortise and tenon and tongue-and-groove.

Joinery commonly used by manufacturers and furniture makers is commercial joinery. This is where two pieces of timber are bonded or glued together with the help of some substance. This bonding agent can be any liquid like glue or epoxy. One of the most popular commercial joinery Adelaide agents is polyurethane. This agent is powerful, elastic, and durable, and it can hold a large amount of weight as well. Hence, if you need to join two pieces of timber together, you can easily do so using commercial joinery.

On the other hand, a furniture maker who wants to create a piece of custom-made furniture would require handmade joinery. Usually, handmade joinery comes in two-forms; pre-bespoke and bespoke. Pre-bespoke means the manufacturer has designed the piece of furniture, keeping in mind the requirements of the customer. Bespoke joinery often requires the customer to provide his own patterns and drawings. A person who is good at drawing is often called for this job because he can easily help the manufacturer to design the piece of furniture in a way that will suit the needs of the customer.


Nowadays, many people are interested in DIY projects. Many people want to be the envy of their friends by making their own home-made items or supplies. For this reason, many people opt for a DIY project, and good wood joinery is a must for any such project. A DIY project can start simple, and with just two or three parts. However, the better the quality of the joinery used, the more expensive the project becomes.

In a DIY project, no two pieces of wood come together, so the quality of the joinery has to be good. Pre-bespoke joinery means the manufacturer has already designed the joinery, so it is designed to suit the requirements of the customer. On the other hand, bespoke joinery means the joinery is made, especially for the client. In this type of joinery, the client can choose the materials to be used, and he can also choose his own pattern and style. In addition to these benefits, commercial joinery also provides some other advantages.

Wood joinery has great strength and durability. The wood itself is quite hard, which allows the wood joinery to withstand the harshest of conditions and provide customers with a product that will last for a long time. Furthermore, the commercial joinery ensures consistency in the look and feel of the wood that is made, especially for a single item. It is because of this consistent look and feels that the wood becomes more popular and is preferred by many over other types of wood for making furniture items. Also, the wood that comes from the reclaimed wood is solid, and thus it makes the commercial joinery preferred by many.