Why Hire A Carpenter for Small Jobs
A carpenter is a member of the construction trade who is trained in building, installing and repairing objects that are mainly made from wood materials. These skilled craftsmen are able to carry out a number of projects and tasks, ranging from the construction of buildings to making furniture for your home.
Hiring a carpenter for small jobs can be your perfect solution to creating something unique in your home, office or building.
When might you need a carpenter?
Carpenters can be used for a variety of different projects and tasks within the home, office or building, such as designing, building and installing furniture, framing walls and partitions, building stairs, making and installing door and window frames, building and installing cabinets, and shaping furniture, as well as a wealth of other smaller tasks.
What can a carpenter do that I, or someone else, can’t?
Carpenters are trained to deal with a number of different tasks.
Efficiently and effectively completing any given task or project
Reading and interpreting blueprints and drawings
Having the knowledge and expertise to create quality pieces using and utilising the correct materials
Accurately layout out, measuring, cutting and fitting a variety of materials and products
Using a variety of tools safely and effectively
What are the different kinds of carpenters?
There are carpenters that are specialised in certain areas, as well as those able to carry out a number of tasks and projects.
Rough Carpentry: Framing framework, roofing and other structural and large-scale work, that doesn’t require joining or polishing
Joister: Laying floor joists
Finish Carpenter or Joiner: Cabinetry, furniture making, fine woodworking, model building, parquetry, instrument making and other wood fashioning
Trim Carpenter: Mouldings and trims, such as mantles, skirting boards, door and window casings, and other ornamental work like cabinets
Cabinet Maker: Cabinets created with fine and detailed work, dressers wardrobes, storage chests and other furniture
Ship’s Carpenter: Shipbuilding, maintenance and repairs
Framer: Building skeletal structure, or the framework, of buildings
Roofer: Roof construction, such as rafters, beams and trusses
As exampled carpenters can carry out a multitude of jobs, large or small.
They will design the project, measure, mark, cut and arrange the materials and join them together to a high standard, working to your needs and specifications.
MZ Carpentry are your local Carpentry & Joinery Experts; with experience in jobs small and large. Cal us today for a free, no obligation quote.