Everything You Should Know About Waldron Carpentry

Whether you’re familiar with Waldron Carpentry already or not, here’s everything you should know about us and how we do business. 

Where We Started

Bob Waldron started Waldron Carpentry in Indiana in 1992. He moved the company to Southwest Florida in 2001 and has been here ever since. Fast forward to today, and we have had the opportunity to do hundreds of carpentry contracting projects, ranging from small remodeling projects to high-end homes, assisted living facilities, and luxury hotels. 

What Makes us Different

As a family-owned and operated business, Waldron Carpentry always has and always will prioritize our values of excellence, integrity, and work ethic. Our commitment to quality is something that defines us. 

If you’re a general contractor, chances are you’ve worked with subcontractors who underbid and underperform. At Waldron Carpentry, our commitment to quality and integrity shapes the way we do business every single day. We know general contractors need reliability, excellence, and for the job to be completed on time and within budget. And that’s what we deliver.

Safety Standards

Another thing that sets Waldron Carpentry apart is our commitment to the highest safety standards. We do regular training with our crew to ensure they are using best practices for safety. We also regularly maintain and upgrade our top of the line equipment to avoid any issues.

Our Services

As a carpentry contractor, we offer the following services

  • Wood rough carpentry
  • Exterior trim & siding
  • Wood trusses
  • Finish carpentry
  • Wood framing

Our Work

Our portfolio includes major residential and commercial projects. Two of our recent jobs have included the Ritz Carlton and the Kalea Bay Waterfront Community, both located in beautiful Naples, Florida. We also had the opportunity to work on the Marco Island Plaza in Marco Island, Florida.

Where We Are Licensed

Waldron Carpentry is licensed in the following counties: Charlotte, Collier, Lee, Sarasota, and Hendry.

How to Work With Us

If you’re a general contractor, we would love to hear about your project. Please contact us at your convenience. 

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