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Wistman’s Ltd formerly known as Rendle & Elliott set to grow after new investment.


LOCAL SPECIALISTS OF QUALITY JOINERY AND CARPENTRY


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or over 20 years, Rendle & Elliott Carpentry & Joinery Ltd have been the local joinery company of choice


for Dartmouth homeowners requiring bespoke joinery or general carpentry. With a reputation for high-quality craftsmanship as standard, the firm has built a loyal customer base through word-of-mouth recommendations. One former and very satisfied client, local businessman Jeremy Robinson, was sufficiently impressed by their work on his own house that he has now bought out Adrian Rendle whose hard work and skill over the years helped create the company we see today. Jeremy has great plans for expansion of the business with his new partner Wayne Elliott. They are currently rebranding the


company under the new name Wistman’s Ltd, named after the ancient Oak woodland on Dartmoor. The company will soon be moving to much larger premises based at Heathfield, located 2 miles south east of Bovey Tracey just off the A38. They are currently based on the Nelson Road Industrial Estate in Dartmouth employing 9 carpenters and joiners. The new premises will provide more


room for their expansion plans allowing them to take on more staff and expand


the kitchen design and build side of the business under the name Wistman’s Kitchens. To help with this they are now working


Julia Kendell


My aim is to combine the best of design with Wistman’s impressive, hand-crafted cabinetry to create magazine- worthy


kitchens our clients will love.”


with former TV presenter and Interior designer, Julia Kendell, who has previously worked for Poggenpohl Kitchens, Smallbone of Devizes and was formerly on screen interior designer on TV shows such as DIY SOS and 60 Minute Makeover. On her collaboration with Wistman’s, Julia says “Finally making the move from London to the South West, I am delighted to be working with Wistman’s to create beautiful spaces in one of the most beautiful parts of the UK! My aim is to combine the best of design with Wistman’s impressive, hand- crafted cabinetry to create magazine-worthy kitchens our clients will love.” Unlike many other joinery or carpentry


companies, Wistman’s provides a complete service, from design and manufacture in the workshop to delivery, installation and fitting on-site, all carried out by experienced and skilled professionals. Combining both manufacture and fitting of


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