Saws Your Framing Contractor May Use

Tools of the carpentry trade evolve over the years, just as they do in any other field. At the same time, we can find tools on a site that would probably be very similar to ones used fifty, or even one hundred years ago. Saws are frequently used by your framing contractor, but there are…

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A Licensed Carpentry Contractor Has Advantages

There is almost always a big demand for services in the Florida construction market. In the weeks, and now months, following Hurricane Ian, that demand is even bigger than ever before. It is important to protect yourself by hiring only a licensed carpentry contractor. Demand and Desperation High demand and low supply of carpentry contractors…

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Choosing a Licensed Contractor for Post-Storm Work

Any time you look for a contractor to do any carpentry work, it is prudent to ensure you use a licensed contractor. In the aftermath of an event like Hurricane Ian, there will be even more confusion and options than on a normal day. Here are some things to know about the importance of licensing.…

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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…

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Waldron Carpentry Exposes 3 Ways A Contractor Can Cheat You

Waldron Carpentry Exposes 3 Ways A Contractor Can Cheat You

Waldron Carpentry knows that picking a carpentry contractor is an important step in making sure that your project is completed. But it’s not as simple as it sounds. Making the right choice is critical. There are some choices that will cost you time and money and likely leave you frustrated. Previously, we told you how…

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Does Your Carpentry Contractor Have the Right Safety Gear?

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…

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Preparing Construction Sites for Hurricanes

Palm tree blowing in the wind during a storm

Florida is beautiful, after all, there’s a reason it’s called the sunshine state. However, there are a few months out of the year where you’ll have to be on the lookout for hurricanes. Unfortunately, hurricanes come with a lot of wind, rain, and tornadoes. So, it’s only natural that construction sites will face many damages.…

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Florida Among of the Top 10 Places to Retire

View of vibrant green palm trees in Florida

Choosing a place to retire can be an overwhelming decision. A lot of people may be comfortable with just staying in the same place they’ve always been. However, others may opt to move somewhere new and exciting. Almost like a fresh start. Although exciting, it’s a huge decision that will take a lot of research,…

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Florida Surges With New Residents

Beautiful sunset over a city in Florida

Florida surges as they’ve had an enormous amount of growth in the past year. There’s no question that the sunshine state has become a popular location for families to relocate to. Attractive features such as low housing prices, tax savings, and gorgeous sunshine make Florida the perfect state to move to.  New residents are filtering…

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7 Tips For Staying Hydrated This Summer

7 Tips For Staying Hydrated This Summer

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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