When Richard and I founded Woodbase Joiners back in 1987, we believed that success would come by doing the best possible job with the best possible materials.
28 years later, we’ve been proved right again and again, and our now 20-strong team should be proud of the reputation they’ve built and the word of mouth referrals that have followed.
Where other companies in the construction industry have struggled in recent years, Woodbase has prospered - achieving double-digit growth in 2014.
Always seeking to improve, we have invested in more advanced technology. Firstly within the office and administration department, and subsequently within the workshop, allowing our craftsmen to continue to produce truly bespoke high quality joinery whilst remaining competitively priced.
The third step on our journey into the modern age is to update our branding, so that our image truly reflects our attention to quality workmanship. Over the last 18 months we’ve been working to redesign our logo, corporate livery, website, and signage.
We didn’t want to stray too far from our original logo - our customers know and trust it - and so our goal was simply to modernise the look and feel. We kept the original design feature of the tree but cleaned it up to be less fussy. We also retained the vertical layout, whilst emphasising ‘Woodbase’, since that’s generally what people call us.
On the website, we again stuck to our values: nothing flashy or gimmicky - just a strong belief that the quality of our work is what drives our success. We kept it very simple, with some excellent photography to really show off what we’re capable of.
We’re proud of our new image and we hope you agree that our new branding is distinctly Woodbase.