Well-known Coleraine company JK Joinery and Building Services is set to mark 25 years in business this autumn.
Founded by local tradesman Jason Kyle in 1992, the firm recently moved to new premises at Knockantern Grove close to the town centre.
Already an established provider of high quality joinery services including wooden staircases, fencing, decking and commercial premises fit-outs, the company’s offer has widened significantly in recent times.
Alongside house renovations and extensions, loft and garage conversions, sunrooms and new builds, JK Joinery and Building Services is now regarded as the North Coast’s leading roofing contractor, and also supplies and installs high quality uPVC products including windows and doors.
However, staying true to its roots, fully qualified joiners remain available on a round-the-clock basis to carry out property repairs.
Owner and director Jason Kyle said he was proud of the journey the company had made over the last quarter of a century and looked forward to exciting times ahead.
“We started off very small but, over the last few years, have been able to take on bigger and bigger jobs across the full range of joinery and building services we offer.
“I still take a hands-on approach and will only employ the best tradesmen available. It means that clients can be assured of a first class job and will use us again. It’s a simple concept and, with a very competitive pricing structure, this has allowed us to grow as a business.”
Jason added that the move to a new yard off the Bushmills Road in Coleraine was a signal of future intent as the firm’s 25th anniversary approaches.
“It is important that we move with the times and have the extra space needed to match our expansion.
“We’re looking forward to a little celebration later in the year with clients and others who have helped us along the way.
“On a personal level, I’m proud to be leading a successful Coleraine-based company that is doing first class work and providing high quality local jobs. Hopefully we’ll still be going strong 25 years from now.”