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    Carpenters in Braintree


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    Business Listing   Admiral Home Improvements - Braintree, MA - Phone: (781) 848-5902


    Business Listing   Fredericks Construction LLC - Braintree, MA - Phone: (508) 649-6316


    Business Listing   Harry Huddleston Carpentry & General Contracting - Braintree, MA - Phone: (617) 939-4249


    Business Listing   Premiere Pros Painting & Carpentry - Braintree, MA - Phone: (781) 734-5036


    Business Listing   Small Town Construction - Braintree, MA - Phone: (781) 848-0025


    Business Listing   Sulco Construction Inc - Braintree, MA - Phone: (781) 848-4470


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    Helpful Definition for: Carpenters

    A carpenter in Braintree is a skilled craftsperson who performs carpentry and works with timber to construct, install and maintain buildings, furniture and other objects. His work may involve both manual and outdoor labor. Carpentry skill is gained through experience and study as there are no formal training requirements in Braintree. There are different types of carpenters depending on their skill sets: finish, trim, ship, scenic, formwork carpenters, besides a cabinetmaker, a framer and a luthier. The work primarily involves furniture making, fine woodworking, model-building, instrument making, joinery, molding and trimming, installations, repair techniques, and working on skeletal structures and frameworks of buildings.



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