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Frequently Asked Questions About Carpenters
The following are some frequently asked questions about carpenters:

How do I know which carpenter to hire?
A professional’s quality of work should always be inspected. When searching for a carpenter, you will first want to consult previous customers. Check this website for reviews of carpenters in your area. Getting quotes from a few different carpenters is always a good idea. This allows you to compare prices and final results. Even if you select the first carpenter you spoke with, having quotes from other professionals ensures you are being charged appropriately. All reputable carpenters will put everything in writing for you. Make sure you pick a carpenter that has experience with the type of work you need done.

What kinds of carpenters are there?
Some carpenters focus on cabinets, wood trim, and even shipbuilding. Rough carpenters, or framing carpenters, focus on constructing buildings. This job can include laying the foundation with frame work, cutting timber to size, laying floors, putting up walls, and other jobs related to structure assembly. Once the building is completed, you will need a finish carpenter. Finish carpenters do jobs that are specialty work, such as putting up siding, constructing a deck, and detailing interior walls and trims.

What kind of training does a carpenter need?
Carpenters are trained in trade schools or through an apprenticeship, which includes classroom learning and on-the-job training. It typically takes three to four years to become a carpenter. Carpenter licensing requirements will vary from region to region, so be sure to check local requirements and make sure your prospective carpenter has a valid license. In addition to having the proper business and carpentry licenses, all carpenters should be insured.
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Master Carpentry Write review for this local business
124 Fairview Rd, Ellenwood, GA 30294
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Artistic Cabinets & Designs Inc
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"We engaged Artistic Cabinet & Design approximately 4 years ago. We were excited as we had seen their work in some developer speck houses. During the process, the worker was slow to respond to our queries (but always quick to get a check). They were very late in completing our project (over $20k of work - kitchen, bath, and laundry room cabinets). The real problem is that very soon after installa ..."
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4235 Carrollwood Dr, Stone Mountain, GA 30083
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Mini Jobs Write review for this local business
Atlanta, GA 31131
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Beacon Custom Woodwork Inc Write review for this local business
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Interior Specialists Write review for this local business
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K & L Custom Cabinets Inc Write review for this local business
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Kitchen Fronts of Georgia Inc Write review for this local business
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Decks! Decks! Decks! Write review for this local business
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Brothers Construction Write review for this local business
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Georgia Cabinet and Supply Co Write review for this local business
591 Edgewood Ave SE, Atlanta, GA 30312
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Quadracorps Write review for this local business
515 Ralph David Abernathy Blvd SW, Atlanta, GA 30312
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Atlanta Carpenters Apprenticeship Write review for this local business
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Karastan Write review for this local business
240 Peachtree St NW, Atlanta, GA 30303
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Kinnane Paul Woodworking Write review for this local business
1090 White St SW, Atlanta, GA 30310
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Hospitality Mill Work Write review for this local business
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K S & B Cabinet Mart Write review for this local business
2625 Martin Luther King Jr Dr SW, Atlanta, GA 30311
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Atlanta Best Cabinet Co Write review for this local business
450 Bishop St NW, Atlanta, GA 30318
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Professional Carpentry Write review for this local business
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Cabinet Designs of Atlanta Write review for this local business
365 Peachtree Hills Ave NE Ste 105, Atlanta, GA 30305
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Wondering how to choose a carpenter to build and install cabinets, construct an addition for your home or do a custom wood working job? Is it a union business? Do they use apprentices or will an experienced carpenter do the construction? Here are a few questions you should consider asking when researching carpenters.

  • What construction job do I need done?
    Make sure you know that they can meet your needs. Do you need masonry or wood work done? Do you want craftsman style work done or are you on a budget? Getting a custom table made is much different than laying brick or putting up walls, so make sure the business customizes in your area of interest.

  • What is the company’s reputation?
    Speak to a representative in person and even ask for references. Speaking to someone will help you determine whether the company has good service and can perform the functions you need. Is it important for you to support a union company? What type of work do inexperienced apprentices do?

  • How much will it cost?
    Sometimes it’s a good idea to put important carpentry jobs out to bid. This will allow you to pick and choose who you think will do the best quality work in the time frame you need. Also, make sure to get an estimate before you commit your business. Check on any hidden fees to make sure that the company can suit your budget. It will also help you find out any unforeseen issues or expenses and ensure the best results possible.

  • How long will it take?
    This is especially important if your home will be torn apart during the project. Quick, efficient carpenters who are experts at their craft will help you get the most out of your money and get your home back to normal as quickly as possible.

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