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How to Prepare for Hurricane Season

September 12, 2020 /

Florida contractors know that hurricane season runs from June through October, and typically peaks in September. As a contractor, knowing how to prepare for bad weather systems is extremely important. And how bad weather may affect open projects.  What contractors need to know Contractors need to be keenly aware of weather conditions throughout hurricane season.…

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6 Tips For Staying Safe On The Job

August 25, 2020 /

Safety is of the utmost importance on a construction site. But “safety” can also cover several topics. Such as personal safety versus equipment safety. It is important to know the ins and outs of all safety precautions pertaining on the worksite.  Here are a few tips to help you stay safe on the job:  Drink…

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5 Carpentry Myths Debunked

August 18, 2020 /

Unfortunately, some myths and rumors circulate about carpentry that simply aren’t true. You can’t believe everything you hear. This is why we want to set the record straight and debunk 5 common myths about carpentry. Carpentry is simply woodwork  For many, the term “carpenter” conjures images of a man intently building some kind of wooden…

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How Toolbox Talks Help Us Maintain the Highest Safety Standards

July 29, 2020 /

Quality is one of the top assurances you get when working with Waldron Carpentry. Quality goes hand-in-hand with efficiency and effectiveness.  We have spent the last 20+ years building a reputation based on these elements. We don’t simply comply with the minimum OSHA standards, but choose to go above and beyond to give our clients…

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7 Tips For Staying Hydrated This Summer

July 22, 2020 /

July is typically the hottest month of the year in Florida, according to climate data, with August following closely behind. With average temperatures reaching close to 100 degrees, and a consistently high percentage of humidity, it’s more important than ever to stay hydrated.  The effects of dehydration are not something you want to experience. Unfortunately,…

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Introducing Our Custom Engineered 6 Truss Lifting Bar

June 30, 2020 /

Here at Waldron Carpentry, we aren’t interested in simply maintaining the status quo. We are innovative and inventive. We are always looking for ways to increase efficiency, reduce costs, and improve safety for our team.  We recently designed a custom engineered 6 Truss Lifting Bar that was engineered and fabricated in Florida. We are excited…

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Building a Better Society Together

June 17, 2020 /

In light of recent events, racial tensions, and protests against social injustice, individuals and businesses alike have been given an opportunity. The opportunity to look inward to evaluate and challenge their beliefs, opinions, and behaviors regarding people of color.   Businesses have reflected on and amended policies, they’ve changed social media approaches, and they’ve considered the…

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How The Right Carpentry Contractor Can Save you Time and Effort

May 25, 2020 /

As a general contractor, you are looking for ways to make a job come together smoothly and efficiently. The last thing you want is surprises around every corner, delayed deadlines, and unexpected costs. Unfortunately, that’s what happens many times when you don’t have the right people in place.  If you’re on the fence about hiring…

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Rough Carpentry: More Than It Seems

May 15, 2020 /

When you hear the term “rough carpentry” it probably conjures images of rough woodwork such as the framing of a structure. While that is a part of rough carpentry, it can also be so much more.  Rough carpentry technically deals with the basics. This includes framing, roofing, flooring, walls, and everything that goes into the…

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Contractor VS Carpenter: What’s The Difference?

April 28, 2020 /

The terms “contractor”, “carpenter” and even “woodworker” are often used interchangeably. But they mean different things to those working in the industry. It is important to know the difference to determine which professional is right for which job.  CONTRACTORS When people use the word “contractor” they are typically referring to general contractors. But even that…

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