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New Murwillumbah business builds on tradition

JOINING FORCES: Stevens Joinery owner Andrew Price with his staff at Murwillumbah
JOINING FORCES: Stevens Joinery owner Andrew Price with his staff at Murwillumbah Scott Powick

WITH several flourishing businesses under his belt, Tyalgum businessman Andrew Price has turned his attention a new local venture.

With his family, Mr Price - owner of Tyalgum General Store, Blast and Paint and The Australian Radio Towers Group - has purchased Steven's Joinery.

The Murwillumbah carpentry business has over 50 years carpentry experience, bringing the number of people locally employed by Mr Price to over 80.

Bill Pope will join Steven's Joinery as its new new joinery division manager= and has 35 years timber joinery experience.

With the team's combined experience, Steven's Joinery goal was to make a positive impact on the trades industry.

Mr Price would like to see the traditional craftsmanship of timber joinery remain alive in the region.

"(Timber joinery) is a great addition to your home and to know this is built by hand offers a personal touch,” Mr Price said.

"The attention to detail has been shown throughout the company's past and this is our focus of service

Steven's Joinery large Murwilllumbah premises have the potential for growth.

Steven's Joinery modular kitchens cover all budgets, and come with the option of stone bench tops.

Contact : (02) 6672 12 19.

Topics:  murwillumbah carpentry



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