What we do

We provide a furniture assembly service throughout mainland Britain under a variety of brands and for a wide number of retailers. Whilst assembling a simple item from Argos or Ikea is easy enough, many items involve several complex steps and are also heavy making them more difficult to assemble. So it is not something everyone can easily do or would want to and that is where we come in.

We pride ourselves on not just the quality of the work we do, but on an intelligent approach to furniture installation, such as the layout of your room and so on.

Upcoming Opportunities - Sub Contractors

We are always on the lookout for intelligent, hardworking people who are fit, healthy, and good with their hands and have a calm reassuring manner. We provide full training and support material both on the job and off it to ensure our staff are the best assemblers they can be. Above all the ability to work unsupervised and have a “can do” attitude is a must.

We want the best assemblers working for us and pay rates to reflect this.

We are rapidly expanding in 2017 and require sub contractors in the following areas:

  • Basingstoke
  • Bournemouth
  • Chelmsford
  • Coventry / South East Birmingham
  • Edinburgh
  • Exeter
  • Glasgow
  • Newcastle
  • Redhill
  • St Albans / Watford
  • Taunton

We are also looking for subcontractors in the following areas as well and would be interested in hearing from you:

  • Aberdeen, Brighton, Canterbury, Cambridge, Cardiff, Carlisle, Dundee, Falkirk, Hull, York, Inverness, Kilmarnock, Kings Lynn, Kingston / Twickenham, Milton Keynes, North London, Oxford, Paisley, Portsmouth, Sheffield / Doncaster, Slough, Swansea, Swindon, Teesside, Tonbridge/Sevenoaks, Torquay and Wolverhampton/Dudley

General Overview of Assembly Role

In all areas you will be expected to cover an area roughly 60 miles from the location indicated, however generally you will cover an area much closer to home. For those opportunities near the London area, some of your work will be in London postcodes but this will not be common, as we already have a realible team of covering central London.

All staff are introduced to the business in the following manner:

  • A series of trial jobs as a "second pair of hands" to see how you perform and behave in customers homes. We pay you for these.
  • This will be followed by a training period depending on your experience and ability of up to 3 months to get you up to speed and working to the standards we require.

Working as a furniture assembler has a huge amount of job satisfaction, you also get the opportunity to be out and about not stuck in the office behind a desk all day. Every day is different you meet new people and have the confidence that you are not on your own and have the support of a dedicated team behind you. We are looking for people who take pride in their work and their employment to that end we provide a full uniform (polo shirt, sweatshirt, fleece and trousers).

All roles candidates will be CRB checked, have access to a reliable vehicle (mileage is paid).

Full and Part Time Employees

We have limited opportunities in this area. If you are interested you must be prepared to build up a track record of paid work with us as a subcontractor, perhaps at weekends until we are confident that you have the right level of commitment and ability to offer a role on a temproary or permanent basis.

To Apply

If you are interested in joining us please fill in the form below:-