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Local Business Clock’it still going strong after 21 Years

Posted by kateharris in on 23 May, 2017

Over the past 21 years, Scott Staples, founder and owner of Clock’it Cabinets, has delivered hundreds of precision cabinets and fine furniture.

Such is the company’s quality and reputation that from its Bayswater factory, it has made and delivered cabinets and furniture to places as far afield as South Australia, Mildura, Colac, Bendigo and Hamilton.

In more recent years a trend for the business has been repairs to household joinery caused by fire and flood for the insurance industry.

“We also work with boutique builders who connect us with their customers,” said Scott. “This allows us to understand their brief completely and make exactly what they want.”

For these type of projects, Clock’it enjoys completing the joinery of a whole house comprising the kitchen, laundry, bathroom and en suite. This takes six to eight weeks.

Other work includes wine cellars, entertainment areas and built-in book shelving.

Having a wide local supply chain is important to Scott who completed the Group Training Program on strategic planning a few years ago.

“All located nearby, we have some great suppliers that I can call on to help with projects from time to time including AllBoard who do cutting, routing and edging, Kitchen Hardware Co, Lincoln Sentry, We Do Powder Coating for our metal products, Bolte Glass for cut-to-size mirrors and glass, Royal Stainless Steel and All Paints.

“We also work with architects and designers, in fact anyone who wants handmade bespoke joinery that delivers precision and lasting quality.”