What is Wood Rough Carpentry?
When you talk about carpentry, there are many different things you could be discussing. A carpenter that does intricate scroll work on a piece of furniture is unlikely to be the same building roof trusses on your job site. Wood rough carpentry is a crucial aspect of the construction industry. It plays a significant role…Read More
What Can Waldron Carpentry Do For You?
Carpentry is making or repairing things made from wood. That’s a pretty broad term and those in the industry tend to pick some areas that they can focus on. The carpenter building your roof truss is probably not the one who will be doing custom scroll work on your crown molding. We all know the…Read More
Nail Guns Commonly Used by a Carpentry Sub-Contractor
When you hire a carpentry sub-contractor, typically they will bring their own commercial grade tools to the job site. Still, there are a lot of varieties within the tools. In another article, we explored the different kinds of hammers you may see on a job site. Now let’s look at some of the nail guns…Read More
The Hammers Used In Commercial Carpentry
When you walk through a construction site or even a workshop, you can find a lot of different types of hammers. It’s not uncommon for the do-it-yourselfer to try to use one hammer for all roles, but the trades workers in commercial carpentry will have different hammers for different roles. Here are a few you…Read More
Does Your Carpentry Contractor Have the Right Safety Gear?
When it comes to worksite safety, a carpentry contractor has a responsibility to take reasonable precautions and ensure the personal protection equipment is being used. The responsibility can be in the form of OSHA regulations. Or simply because it’s smart business to keep your site free of stoppages and your insurance company happy. One of…Read More