A Shrewsbury business specialising in bespoke traditional and contemporary joinery has invested in a state-of-the-art paint spray booth to provide a fully finished decoration service for its customers and other joinery professionals.

Morris Joinery installed the facility at its Bicton Business Park workshop so that doors, windows, furniture and other items it makes by hand can be supplied ready painted or lacquered with a quality factory finish.

The move follows growing requests from architects and clients for the service, which will also be made available to fellow joinery professionals in the region.

Steve Granda, Morris Joinery Manager, said: “We have a skilled team of craftsmen and pride ourselves on the quality of our work. In keeping with this approach, the spray booth will allow us to offer an accompanying high quality paint finish for all our joinery.”

Staff have been fully trained to use the purpose-built booth. It is a fully enclosed, temperature-controlled and dust-free environment. The paint can be applied in a controlled way to ensure a more consistent, superior long lasting finish. It is also a more time efficient process than if applied by hand.

After the joinery is sprayed it is transferred to an adjacent drying room to be fully cured.

Steve added: “More and more people are asking for a fully finished service which is why we have made this significant investment. We can also provide any colour they want. The trend for painted furniture is growing in popularity so we can respond to this too.”

Morris Joinery, a well-established family business, offers a full range of commercial and domestic services.