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Labasa Joinery

Labasa Joinery is a family-owned and operated business based in Adelaide Australia offering excellent custom-made solutions for your home. We are a results-driven team of professionals with more than 10 years of experience that cares about the satisfaction of our customers the most.

We can transform your bathroom, kitchen or laundry room into the one you’ve always wanted from the moment you moved into this house. Our specialty is creating practical custom-made cabinets, wardrobes or other kinds of joinery that are based entirely on your requirements and needs. We use only high-quality materials and the newest techniques to build customized kitchen cabinet solutions.

We Provide Custom Joinery Services for:







Custom Made Joinery


Outdoor Kitchens

Transform your home with Labasa Joinery! Contact us today for a quick discussion +61 8 8244 3300 or send your requirements to info@labasa.com.au.


Address 80 - 82 Wingfield Road
Zip, City 5013 Wingfield
Country Australia
Name Labasa Joinery
Tel. No. 61 450 480 849
Email info@labasa.com.au
URL labasa.com.au

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