About Us

Swiss Carpentry Since 2007

Hi,

My Name is Erik, i was born in Canada, to a Canadian father and a Swiss mother. As a family we moved to Switzerland in 1992, and I went to the swiss schools, and started my apprenticeship as a construction carpenter after 2 years a changed over too interior Carpentey/joinery. When I finished my Training/schooling with Swiss Government Diploma, I worked in various fields of installations, from kitchens, windows, interior cabinetry, and Service fixing in wood working etc., I decided to start my own business, as thought there were other oppurtunities out there for me. Throughout the years before starting my own business I completed various jobs besides being employed and gained extra experience, and invested having my own tools. As growing up in a Family owned home with 4 apartments, I became the guy to maintain the building of my family. From fixing, to renewing, painting, flooring, walls plastering, doors, etc.  I work on optimising the house to gain space, and maximise the usage, and have good ideas for design and visual, and usage made as easy as possible. 

Those experiences i made and knowledge i would like to share with you, so you can have the same pleasure in having a nice home.

With a passion for coming up with unique and outside-the-box ideas, while also experimenting with new processes and technique, you’re always in great hands with this creative and talented maker.

During Erik's training in becoming a carpenter, Erik started taking small jobs in the expat community from 2003,

from 2016 Erik started self-employment, and established Swiss Carpenter Gmbh in 2019.

  • Fluent in English and German

  • Moved to Switzerland in 1992 and attended Swiss school system

  • 2 Years Formal Apprenticeship in Construction Carpentry @ with Zimmerei EFZ

  • 4 Years Formal Apprenticeship as Window Specialist @ Fenster Fabrik with Schreiner EFZ

  • Expertise in Framing Work, Insulation, Painting, Ceilings, Walls, dividing walls and Renovation

  • Offering Ikea Installation  - Ikea Hacks with PAX Wardrobes

  • Walk-In Wardrobes

  • LED and Indirect Lighting Work

  • Doors, doors that are under protection

  • Windows

  • Laminate and real wood flooring, sound proofing (click Parquett)

  • Dividing Walls + Framework w/ Doors

  • Deep Personal Contact 

  •  Repair and Fix Work (Simple Setup and Installation) 

  • In co-operation with Speedmaster, producing Cabinets of all sorts, custom made in sizes

Whatever your vision is, reach out for a FREE 1 hour on-site consultation.  Let's bring your idea to life.

Material for closing up a stairway

Material for closing up a stairway

Closing up a stair way

Closing up a stair way

Attic out fitting, with fire proof board

Attic out fitting, with fire proof board

Countertop, refinish, sanding and oiling

Countertop, refinish, sanding and oiling

Handrail

Handrail

Walk in Closet, with indirect lighting feature. In Volketswil

Front side Walk-in closet; including bay for door. In Volketswil

Ikea, Cabinets, to the Left the cabinets have been cut down to a shorter height, all bases cut-off, with a base all the way through as one base. In Thalwil

Floor Renovations, leveling, and insulating, with new flooring and strengthening the door way from bottum up with a beam. In Langnau am Albis

Full Renovation; bringing the floor down as low as possible, for leveling compound and soundproofing and insulating effect. In Thalwil

Renovation Project, Floor leveled with compound, New Dividing wall for Bedroom, walls rough finish and painted, with Farrow and Ball colour scheme. In Thalwil

Renovation, ceiling, walls, floor, Cabinets made by Speedmaster. In Langnau am Albis.

Base of floor, for a new build up with insulation and soundproofing

Cabinet made by Speedmaster, Installed and planned by Swiss Carpenter GmbH

Window replacement in Wollerau

Shelving Unit, with no back wall, with a pine decor, in Albis

IKEAHACK

Hacking IKEA. IKEA hacking is the practice of buying things from IKEA and reengineering — or “hacking” — them to become customized, more functional, and often just better designed stuff.

On Site Payments accepted with Sumup and surcharge of 2.5%,

or via Billing, and Twint

 

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Walk in Closet, with indirect lighting feature. In Volketswil