About us

First established in 2018 Harris Sutton Joinery offers professional joinery and carpentry services to domestic and commercial clients. Now operating as Harris Sutton Joinery Ltd. we are based in Farnsfield, covering Nottinghamshire and the East Midlands. 

We provide all aspects of internal and external joinery and bespoke projects. Greg is a fully qualified Joiner and is committed to providing our customers with joinery & carpentry work to the highest standard using only high quality materials.

At Harris Sutton Joinery Ltd. we understand that every home and business is unique. Contact Greg to discuss your ideas for your next project. No matter how big, or small and we will be happy to work with you to bring your ideas to life.

What makes us unique?

Greg is a Licentiate member of the Institute of Carpenters and one of only a few registered members in Nottinghamshire. By being part of this organisation our we hope our customers have the satisfaction and peace of mind that they are dealing with a genuine tradesman.


Minimising our impact on the environment and using sustainably sourced materials is important to us. Where possible we work with timber from FSC certified sources, recycled products and with other businesses to source locally produced materials. 

Meet the team



Greg completed his apprenticeship with the Lindum Group in Lincoln before moving to Nottinghamshire and working for a local construction company. Inspired to work closely with clients to design and deliver their joinery projects Greg has worked hard to develop the business since setting it up in 2018. 

In his spare time Greg enjoys playing rugby, fishing and camping adventures. 



Although Charlie doesn't have a day to day role in the business she is integral behind the scenes - providing IT, marketing & business development support. 



Of course, we need to recognise another key member of the team - our "apprentice" Bob.


Although, it has to be said that at his last review it was highlighted that he would much rather fetch a tennis ball than use a tape measure!