Click through the different steps below to learn more about our process.

 

 

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  • MEETING

    Our initial meeting would take place either in your home or at our premises in Prescot. During this informal chat we would be looking to establish what your vision is for the project in hand, as well as discussing your preferred style and taste, material choices and finishes. We will also discuss how you want your furniture to work suitably for you and your lifestyle. This meeting will also give you a good insight to how our company operates.



  • DESIGN

    This meeting would normally take place in our fabulous showroom, primarily for the convenience of being able to compare the many different styles and finishes as well as demonstrating the clever storage solutions and intelligent use of lighting on show. We have the capability of producing drawings using the latest 3D CAD software which include photo realistic imaging and walkthroughs, or beautiful hand-drawn scale plans and perspective sketches. At this stage we would produce a full written quotation although there are often two or three subsequent meetings, focusing on the fine details and specific requirements, before your furniture drawings are signed off and sent into our workshop for manufacture.

  • MAKING

    All of the cabinetry produced at Harrison Collier is carried out in our own workshop located at the Prescot site. Although we have a very modern new building and some of the latest CNC machinery to hand, we also employ some very traditional techniques and methods of English cabinet making on which our reputation has been built. At any stage of your particular project you are welcome and encouraged to see this process first hand, any polishing or lacquering required is also carried out in our own finishing shop.


  • INSTALLATION

    Once a realistic installation date has been agreed we deliver and commence the installation of your furniture, undertaken by fully employed members of the Harrison Collier team. Often the installation is carried out by the craftsmen involved in making your furniture. All our staff work to the highest of standards, and are courteous, personable and extremely tidy. We have gained a reputation of being pro-active with other trades that may be on site, and have the ability and resources to adapt to situations that may arise once installation has commenced. This, especially on larger new build projects, can be very important as the job evolves, with input from interior designers and architects.