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AAV Carpenters LLC.
From The begining to the end Av Carpenters And Eduardo Take Care of Every Single Thing on my new House I decide to build on the beginning of the year of 2010 and av carpenters made it just on time thanks.
- Tiago F....
A4 Service Pros
We are remodeling our condo and discovered water damage in the washroom. Neither of us have done sub flooring or the framing needed to make it integral. Therefore, we looked for help with this project and found 4 Pros. They were abler to help us out in a day and the carpenter (Pete) actually came over on the 4th and finished up fairly quickly. We were satisfied with the quality and professionalism, and will consider them for the bathroom remodel coming up!
- Eric D....
AMoss Building & Design
We met with Jason Hampel from Moss Building & Design a number of times before signing a contract. Jason was most amenable as to dates, times, and location in reference to helping us come to terms with contract details. I can’t stress enough how responsive Jason and the folks at Moss Building & Design were during the entire process. From start to finish, the Moss team was extremely helpful, courteous, and most interested in delivering the right product for our application. They provided an excellent carpenter and very knowledgeable electrician; Very well versed with county and state code. Again, no surprises—I certainly feel you get what you pay for in this case. The team at Moss Building & Design: architected, constructed, and finalized a two story addition at my residence within budget and time frame. No surprises! They deliver.
- Robert M....
FC R Hopkins Construction Inc
The walls that his carpenters framed are not plumb, and they forgot to frame (or drywall or prime) the ceiling to my pantry closet, so it's just a hole right now. The rest of the framing seems OK, though the drywall at all the corners is cracking open now and I don't know why. It seems like the carpenters could have done a good job if they were supervised, but Randy doesn't do that. The drywall opened up at the seams within a few months, the corner tape is now falling off the ceiling, and Hopkins won't fix it.
- Vanya W....
AJW Home Improvement
Zach Roye was pleasant and professional. He both the garage door frame and kitchen door frame required he disassemble the garage door structure to get at the wood, and remove my kitchen and screen doors to cut out the damaged wood. He approached the problems cheerfully and worked to get everything on my list accomplished in the allotted time. I will request Zach for my carpentry work in the future. Great job!!
- Beth B....
FEric Construction
Contractor refused to obtain building permit required under law. He also refused to work with the architect on the plans. He started work that was not covered in the agreement. City official came by and placed a "stop work order" on residence. Contractor, architect, and I attended a Permit Hearing, Building Inspection Compliance meeting on 8/39/11. The contractor was fined $2000.00 penalty, infraction: working without a building permit. After payment of the fine the city conducted another inspection and identify additional building violations. Over 80% of work must be done over. The hearing examiner has worked with the contractor on other projects and said he is aware of the permit requirement. The contractor wants me to pay for the additional damages. The contractor is hearing impaired
- Barbara N....
AMoss Building & Design
Maria called and explained how the deal worked and we determined that I would need a carpenter and plumber to do the work.  She did an excellent job of explaining how they charged so that I knew up front what to expect. On the day scheduled Stan the carpenter arrived right on time at 7:30AM and got right to work on the doors.  He was very efficient with his time and did an excellent job doing all of the described work in only 6.5 hours.  Frank the plumber arrived as scheduled around noon and completed the most critical plumbing jobs in a timely manner and agreed to come back and work on my sluggish drains later. Both workman were very experienced and explained what they had to do and did quality work. I have some other work to do and will definitely hire Moss Building and Design again and ask for Stan and Frank again.
- John R....
ADulin Mechanical Services Inc
Great. Came out quickly and did the job well. We helped them a bit with the framing that needed to be done, since they're not carpenters. I don't remember what the contract price was, but it was extremely reasonable. All of their work passed inspection on the first shot.
- Vanya W....
ARent-A-Pro Handyman Services LLC
We just bought a condo and are remodeling. We have new appliances coming Friday and during removal of old washer/dryer discovered water damage and needed new subflooring. Neither of us have done sub flooring or the framing needed to make it integral. Therefore, we looked for help with this project and found 4 Pros. They were abler to help us out in a day and the carpenter (Pete) actually came over on the 4th and finished up fairly quickly. We were satisfied with the quality and professionalism, and will consider them for the bathroom remodel coming up!
- Eric D....
AWillis Builders Inc
We already had the plans drawn up by then. The project started in July, 2017, and was completed in May, 2017. Our favorite thing about Matthew was that he was very quick to respond to any question/concern we had. He was always easy to reach. We also enjoyed his positive outlook and upbeat attitude when it came to problem solving. His workers, Marcelo the carpenter and Giovanny our project manager who can do almost anything, did an excellent job. When we hit a glitch, with the plumber, for instance, Matthew was very efficient in fixing it. Overall, we would wholeheartedly recommend Matthew Willis and his crew.
- Viktor G....
AMatthews Construction & Design LLC
All the workers involved were friendly, professional, and competent. The resulting project is exactly what I had imagined; the master carpenter would consult with me and provide design options as the work progressed. Brian Matthews would call me every afternoon to discuss how the portico was coming along and to let me know the next step. We are very pleased with the new portico.
- Annette H....
AJW Home Improvement
We discovered exterior damage to the window frame when we had interior painting done. The carpenter who came replaced the damaged part with new primed wood (thanks - I'd expected to have to prime it myself). He added trim and caulk, and explained why the damage had occurred and how future damage could be prevented. I submitted photos via email and the estimate was done based on them. Work was scheduled for the same week. Cost of $108 constituted $74 for 2 hours exterior carpentry work (Angie's deal) plus $34 materials. Work was completed in the 2 hours already paid for. Very pleased with the work and the pleasant young man, Justin, who did it.
- Stephana N....
AGTWorld Granite & Marble Remodeling
It went fantastic, He is a great general carpenter. Everyone that works for him does a good job as well and he personnally inspects all the work. I would definitely use the service again.
- Rob C....
ABenchmark Painting & Carpentry of Kensington, LLC
Results were far beyond our expectations.  We initially hired Benchmark to rebuild a single cabinet, but after talking with Reynaldo, the lead carpenter on the job, we decided to take the plunge and add the laundry room trim and shelf and install the new counter.  Reynaldo brought us samples and helped us choose a counter top that really makes the basement entrance attractive again.  Most of the cost of the project was in removing the old counter top, ripping the new one to a custom width, and building the water shutoff cabinet. The work was completed very quickly.  2 carpenters worked for 1/2 day, and the following day 1 carpenter (Mr. Martinez) worked the full day removing and installing the new counter top.  Most of the cost of the job was in the counter top ($1200) which we hadn't expected to do, but the results were fantastic.
- Nancy W....
AC-CON Inc
C-Con bid on my basement buildout on June 14th. They provided a detailed estimate with all applicable charges broken out. They offered alternative options that allowed us to complete some portions of the basement on our own (paint, and flooring), and included a project timeline that gave a clear picture of the project. We awarded C-Con the contract on June 14th, and work began on June 21st. C-Con provided a project manager who was able to oversee the job and ensure all of the pieces of work were completed in the time allotted and to the specifications we had requested. The president of the company made several visits to our home to oversee the progress and ensure we were satisfied. They kept a very clean jobsite throughout the entire project. We were extremely satisfied with the work being completed, and even requested additional services during the build-out. C-Con provided change orders based on our requests so we could review and approve the additional charges prior to the work being performed. We are scheduled for final inspection on July 1st, and will be able to celebrate the 4th of July in our new basement!!! Total consturction time was 2 weeks and the work is AMAZING! The quality of the basement far exceeds the rest of the house!! These guys did a fantastic job!!
- Terenee H....
AJW Home Improvement
Easy to schedule, arrived on time.  Very professional carpenter who assisted me in 5 interior projects in 3 hours, including door frame adjustments, wall cabinet remount, and crown molding repair.  I was very impressed and used him for additional work on an exterior eave, with same professional results.  Very easy to work with, and happily answered all questions. I will use again and have recommended JW Home improvement to my neighbors.
- John C....
ALifetime Stones & Construction
Lifetime Stones came out and gave me an excellent quote - significantly lower than another company I had gotten a quote for. The job was to cut a 4 foot by 6 foot hole in the back brick wall of our 1895 townhouse needed to install a larger window.  The back wall is supporting so significant Header beams were needed.   It was a dusty job, but dust was mainly confined to the immediate room and the outside. Lifetime Stones carpenters  framed the hole with wood afterwards - level and to the specified size. Job took about four days as predicted.   Both the masonry and the carpentry took one day each. However, Two days were in between for the mortar to dry/cure. Our new window (installed by the window company) went easily afterwards.
- Geoffrey B....
AMunoz Construction LLC
I could not have asked for a better result. Munoz construction started and finished on schedule. Some minor price adjustments to the original proposal reflected both savings in some areas and adjustments for additional work in other areas. The savings and adjustments about balanced each other out. The two man crew was very professional, knowledgeable about what they were doing, kept the work area cleaned up, and checked with me as needed. Mr. Munoz stopped by daily to check the work and answer any questions. He kept us apprised of the work at every step of the way. He took care of getting the building permit and scheduled the building inspector's two visits. Both visits resulted in approval of the work. Mr. Munoz, and his crew, were a pleasure to work with.
- Walter H....
DGeneral Remodeling Group
We purchased a 40-hour package and were told that instead of getting 1 carpenter for 40 hours, we would get 2 carpenters for 20 hours. This was OK, because it can be very helpful to have a 2nd set of hands on certain types of work. However, we recognized that this meant that we would likely be getting more like 1.5 carpenters, since there is a tendency for one person to stand around and talk and do small things like deliver tools to the other person. It can speed up the first person's work to an extent, but it can also slow them down if it's a distraction. Either way, you aren't likely to get 40 hours of labor this way. We were OK with that but prepared ourselves to be a bit more vigilant about ensuring that the team wasn't openly wasting time. Unfortunately, what we ended up with was 1 skilled carpenter and 1 apprentice moving at an inexplicably slow pace. As just one example, I was on the phone with the project manager one morning about problems with the work, and the team came into the house right at the end of our call. The project manager called the senior carpenter right after we hung up to relay what the project manager and I had discussed. They were on the phone for almost an hour. 30 minutes after that, I went down to check on things, and the only work that had been completed over the previous 1.5 hours since they came in the door was the hanging of a single 3-foot x 18-inch piece of drywall on the studs. And their tools had been there over night, so there was no time spent on retrieving tools from the truck, either. The project manager called me again right after I finished checking on things, and he wanted to charge me for 3 hours of labor (1.5 hours x 2 workers) -- all to have a single 3-foot x 18-inch piece of drywall screwed in. To make things even worse, the work of even the "senior" carpenter was unprofessional in quality. The kicker for me was that the team didn't show us the things that they had constructed poorly or the things that they had damaged by mistake -- instead, they told us they were done and hoped we wouldn't notice. They had done things like accidentally drill holes to put the door knob on the wrong side of the door, recess some of the hinges incorrectly and then not recess other hinges at all, attach the door stop crooked and in such a way that the top of it stuck out beyond the frame, etc. And it did take us a few hours to notice these things. Before we even got to these quality and quantity issues, the team did other things that were disappointing. The week before the work was scheduled, we sent the team a full write up of all of the tasks that we needed to have completed with detailed instructions (like which side of the door the thumb lock for the deadbolt should be on) and a full list of materials that we had bought in advance. We explicitly asked if there was anything on the materials list that we were missing. But the team didn't review it until they arrived and didn't reference the detailed instructions as they went. Right off the bat, there were a few small items that we were missing that we had to run out to the store to get. Plus another trip later to get more studs for fear of running out, which didn't happen -- we had too many. Although I don't mind being extra cautious -- just the 2 separate additional trips that we tried to avoid by sending a full list in advance. And the under-stair closet door that they installed was made by cutting a door in two. We have another under-stair closet door that was done in the same way that we showed as a reference point. Since I didn't specify an exact height for the door, I thought that the carpenter would just cut this one to be visually similar to the other one. (It couldn't be the exact same height as the other one, because it was being placed closer to the bottom of the stairs than that one) but the other one has a standard base margin below the panel and then a thinner margin to the left right and top of the panel. That's in keeping with the style of all the other doors in the house. But instead, the carpenter cut it so that it has a wider margin at the top than at the bottom and 2 thin margins on the side. Having a wider margin on top than bottom makes the door appear visually to be upside down. This is an aesthetic matter that I probably should have been smart enough to be very specific about. But it also seems so basic to me to look at the other door and also to know that things appear to be upside down or "top-heavy" when you put a larger thing on top of a smaller thing. Or at least, he should have asked us to verify our preferences when it came time for that task. The not-asking about our preferences issue happened several times, even though we arranged to be on hand and available for questions the whole time they worked. That continued to be a problem even after I mentioned it to the project manager after the upside-down-door situation. Both team members and their manager were very friendly and didn't *want* to do a bad job in terms of quality, quantity, or communication. Unfortunately, they weren't able to do a professional job, and they made us find out the hard way and then fight to correct the situation. They did fix the aspects of the work that I felt were the worst, and they did give us a chunk of our money back. But the process delayed our renovation and caused us a lot of stress and lost rent for our extra rooms. All in all, it took 2 weeks and 50+ hours of them being at our house for them to accomplish the following tasks: 1) frame and install a new door in a hallway -- 3 foot wide x 8 foot tall wall with door; 2) build a short partition wall under the stairs to divide the space (3 foot wide x 4 foot tall); 3) cut, frame, and install a short closet door under the stairs -- 30-inch x 3 foot tall door. No priming, painting, drywall finishing, trim caulking, etc. I really expected this work to be done in about 16 hours by a skilled contractor -- or 8 x 2. We had a lot more planned for them to do and had to go out and find others to pick up the rest of the work. Scheduling them delayed the project further, of course. So, even though they are nice guys and gave us back some money, we still paid too much, took too much time, incurred too much delay, suffered too much stress for it to be anywhere near worth it. I would not recommend them.
- Hustwit J....
DJW Home Improvement
Initial contact and dialogue went as expected. I spoke with a representative, sent the specifications and the sample design/picture. The rep said she would get back to me within 30 minutes, she did not. When I called I was told she had departed for the day. On the next business day, I called again and was told the request was with the Master Carpenter and I would receive a quote soon. After a few calls and conversations, another representative provided a verbal quote but without any detail, and did not send a written quote. I suspect she sensed my frustration and was trying to be helpful. I subsequently spoke with the rep I originally contacted. She assured me the Master Carpenter had my request and I would get the quote. To date, I have yet to receive the quote. I am disappointed with JW's performance. I used this firm a few years ago and was very pleased with their responsiveness, the quality of the work and the professionalism of those who preformed the work. Something has changed in their process, I hope they regain their edge.
- Joanne A....

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Recent Review: We already had the plans drawn up by then. The project started in July, 2017, and was completed in May, 2017. Our favorite thing about Matthew was that he was very quick to respond to any question/concern we had. He was always easy to reach. We also enjoyed his positive outlook and upbeat attitude when it came to problem solving. His workers, Marcelo the carpenter and Giovanny our project manager who can do almost anything, did an excellent job. When we hit a glitch, with the plumber, for instance, Matthew was very efficient in fixing it. Overall, we would wholeheartedly recommend Matthew Willis and his crew.
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Recent Review: They didn't find any water damage in the framing of the dormer roof. I was surprised by this given the leak and also felt that they'd have easily been able to upsell me in that circumstance had they been dishonest. I had to reschedule once due to some work shuffles and they were very accommodating. I worked with Tony who was friendly, pleasant, professional, and relatable. I got 3 roof quotes and they were all quite similar in price (with about $200) so I went with the company with the best reviews and most responsive customer service. I made the right choice and recommend them without reservation. I hope to use them again for future work.
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Recent Review: Nova Exteriors was great from the start. I sent an e-mail requesting an estimate and within 15 minutes a salesperson contacted me. Scheduling the estimate was easy -- they were available on evenings and weekends. The estimator came right on time and was very knowledgeable. Construction began within a week of signing the contract. The carpenters came on time and did an excellent job. It only took 3 days to finish. First-rate work. It was definitely worth the slightly higher cost. No headaches or hassles! They exceeded my expectations.
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Recent Review: We interviewed a number of painting companies and ultimately decided on Potts Brothers, based on reputation, professionalism during the selection process, and price. They met all our expectations. The painters actually were able to come a few days early and completed the project in less than a day, which included replacing rotted pieces of door frames and front porch side rails and painting our house exterior. We are very pleased with the outcome.
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Recent Review: The removal of the roofing went well and the foreman of the crew was so sensitive to my concern that the roofing materials would damage the bushes in front of the house that he built a box of sorts to cover the bushes. I was very impressed with that. Rich Banning was around a lot to see how things were going and how I thought things were going. He answered all of my questions before and after I signed the contract for the work. When it was discovered that the dormer framing needed rebuilding, the carpenter that Rich brought in did a very thorough rebuild. The clean up was also very thorough from roofing materials to nails. Meal trash took some time to get cleaned up but considering that the rest of the job went well, I didn't make too much noise about it.
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Recent Review: Zach Roye was pleasant and professional. He both the garage door frame and kitchen door frame required he disassemble the garage door structure to get at the wood, and remove my kitchen and screen doors to cut out the damaged wood. He approached the problems cheerfully and worked to get everything on my list accomplished in the allotted time. I will request Zach for my carpentry work in the future. Great job!!
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Recent Review: From the time we called for an estimate until the end of the project, everyone was professional and courteous.  There were no changes to the cost of the project and the quote was the exact amount we paid with no hidden costs attached.  Dave Hill answered all of our questions and walked us through the project step by step.  He was very helpful adding cost saving suggestions.  Once the job started, the workers, Mike Rafferty and Charles Johnson, who call themselves "Ravens of Ravens," were very nice gentlemen.  They reported on time and their work was outstanding.  They took pride in their work by going beyond what was expected of them.  When the toilet had to be moved and the sewage pipe was above the ground, Mike took it upon himself to build a window bench that would not only cover the pipe but would add needed seating to the new space.  It was a pleasant surprise, a beautiful window bench and a brilliant solution to an unsightly problem.  Mike also took the initiative to build a shelving unit around the entire storage room in the back of the basement and he rounded our bottom steps so that they curved down into the basement area.  Charles built a beautiful corner beverage bar. Their work is exceptional.  I also want to acknowledge the personal interest that the owner, Mr. Munson, showed us by stopping by and introducing himself to us and assuring us that the job would be done right.   In the future if there are any more projects that need to be done in my home, AES Builders will be the first company I will contact for the job and Mike and Charles will be the workers I request.
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Recent Review: MW Construction is a great choice for a busy working professional. They accommodated my schedule for design appointments and took the time to understand my goals. I felt very comfortable with the management team, in-house carpenters, and subcontractors.  I appreciated their focus on minimizing disruption to the condo unit and another tenants. Additionally, their focus on client satisfaction and continuous improvement is refreshing. Well worth every penny spent.
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Recent Review: It was more work than I thought it would be. There was a fair amount of rot in both the door frame and the outset. Was consulted on painting and verified that paints selected were the ones desired before completing. Site was thoroughly cleaned up afterwards. Work is of first quality.
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Recent Review: Let me start out with my overall impression ? extremely positive, a great company to deal with, outstanding quality of work, and yes, I would DEFINITELY recommend them and would definitely use them again.  They went out of their way to deal with previous water damage to the house and to minimize the potential for any future damage.  They know their business and do it well.  They get a vote of outstanding from us. In terms of cost, they were not the cheapest, and were not the most expensive.  I think that their windows were slightly higher than a number of the other bidders for similar (but not necessarily identical) windows, their Hardie siding work was slightly lower, and overall they were near the middle.  Further, while it was well within the contract for them to charge us addition for the repairs they made to the plywood and framing the replaced at the back of the house, they did not charge us.  Overall, they were well worth the cost we paid for the work!  For that reason I gave them an A for cost even though they were not the cheapest bidder. Will I say everything was perfect?  Nothing ever is, and there were some minor (I stress MINOR) hic-ups which we had to work through, but one of Unicorp?s strengths is working through any such situation.  One area was a Hardie trim board which was installed on the edge of the garage door and extended all the way to touching the driveway, in an area which floods.  This was a situation which I caught and brought to their attention, as Hardie touching the ground is not supposed to happen.  They had already finished this area, so fixing it took some ingenuity, but they did so in a way which looked good and protected the board from water the driveway.  Their on-site crew chief found a way to do this with minimal impact while retaining the most aesthetic appearance.   Also, while they were given our new outside lights in advance, they didn?t seem to check them all out and installed one mounting block of the wrong size.   We caught that before they tried to put up the light, and they found a way to install a larger mounting block. Overall, I was extremely impressed with the on-site crew chief?s experience, skill, and knowledge in working projects such as this and his knowledge working with Hardie in particular.  One comment I would make is that a few times there seemed to be minor disconnects between information I passed to my contact, the field supervisor, and the on-site crew chief.  We worked with the field supervisor to pass information or get final decisions, but a few times these didn?t seem to get to the on-site crew chief right away.  In hindsight, our discussions probably should have taken place with both the field supervisor and the on-site crew chief present to ensure everyone had all the info. Again, however, the most important thing here is that the few times there were minor disconnects, they made them right. One area I had some concerns is the narrow distance (about ½ inch) between the vertical Hardie trim boards (inside and outside corner boards) and our existing deck.  This closeness is due to the fact that the deck was installed improperly (too high ? too close to the siding) by a different contractor a number of years ago and cannot be changed.  Unicorp went out of their way not only to repair damage which this caused to the house (plywood siding and framing) but also to do a great deal of flashing to reduce the potential for future water damage.  They also put a single row of non-Hardie (e.g., Azek) at the bottom of the siding, along the top of the deck, to keep the Hardie lap boards well above the deck.  However, the corner siding trim boards still come down to about ½ inch above the deck, with flashing between the bottom of the trim boards and the deck.  This looks best (consistent with how the corner boards normally extent) but puts the Hardie trim boards very close to the potential for future water damage, in an area which has already proven to be a source of water issues.  I was assured by the Unicorp field supervisor that this is the way they have been installing for years, that it has passed Hardie inspections with no problems, that the trim boards are not as much of a water concern as are the lap boards, and that if there is a resultant problem in the future that they would cover it (material and labor) under their workmanship warranty.  They understood my concerns with this area, and as a result they included a specific clause in their workmanship warranty indicating that they will cover both material and labor for these trim boards for a period of 20 years.  I feel this is an excellent solution, especially considering the longevity of Unicorp which I expect to stay around for many more years.  I?ve probably seemed to write a lot about several minor issues, but that should NOT be the main thing you take away from reading this review.  Look at my ratings (very high) and don?t let any concerns raised cloud the overall intent of this review, which is to very highly recommend Unicorp.  What they are doing is not cookie cutter work ? it is a combination of technical and craftsman work, and there are many decisions to be made in the process.  The fact that I had some minor issues is not the main point.  The reality is that with a complex job no one will ever be perfect all the time, and I believe Unicorp came as close as can be expected.  The fact that we worked through these issues is the main point, and the resultant work looks beautiful and I expect it to last for many years.  Unicorp does very professional work, of the highest quality, they know the materials (e.g., Hardie), they are good to work with, and deserve strong consideration for performing your window replacement and siding replacement. If you are considering Hardie, you especially need someone with their level of knowledge and experience with Hardie.   I know that if I have other work done in the future which is in their areas of work, I will definitely include them on my very short list of people to work with and without hesitation I would recommend them to friends, family, and Angie?s List members!

Carpenters provide a wide range of services that span across many different parts of the home. Knowing what role carpenters play will make it easier to budget and to find the right person for the job.

How much does hiring a carpenter near me cost?

Most homeowners pay between $250 to $500 for the services of a carpenter.

If charging by the hour, expect to pay $35 to $100 per hour. Factors that will affect the overall cost include the following:

Does labor come into play?

Labor costs charged by the hour or at a fixed rate depending in the value of the project.

What about tools and materials?

A carpenter near you will factor in the materials needed for your project. You may have to purchase all required materials, while the carpenter will typically provide their own tools.

Does the homeowner need to do anything for worksite preparation?

If your worksite is difficult to access or it makes the carpenter’s work harder, carpenters may charge more or spend more time on the job.

There are typically three types of carpenters.

  • Rough carpenters: offer structural related work such as framing a house, building outdoor structures, or installing features in the home.
  • Finish carpenters: focus on more specific tasks such as doors, furniture, and windows.
  • Repairers: carry out general repairs to structures around the home.

Why hire a carpenter near me?

Their widespread roles and abilities make any project within the home much easier to carry out. If you’re building a new structure, they construct the outer frame and ensure that it’s structurally sound. They also carry out smaller-scale repairs to various objects around the home. Make sure you work with a carpenter near you who has experience and is friendly to customers.