Unbeatable Joinery Service for All Your Carpentry Needs
Are you looking for a joiner in your area with a great eye for detail? If so, then no look further as you have come to the right place. As you may be aware, carpentry is one of the most important parts of the overall construction process, and the quality of the joinery work will go a long way to determining how happy you will be with the final product. At Alaska Custom Carpentry, LLC we are very proud of the positive reputation we have developed. We work hard every day and firmly believe that our joinery service stands high above the rest. If you want more than our word on that matter, then just ask any of our extremely satisfied clients.
Attention to Detail
At Alaska Custom Carpentry, LLC, we firmly believe that more hurry usually results in less speed. It is for this reason that we go to such great lengths to ensure that our joinery service is as detailed and thorough as possible. This means ensuring that there is a high level of attention to detail in all the work we undertake, as well as guaranteeing that no corner is cut when it comes to small finishing details. In the very unlikely event that we miss anything, we will return right away to correct and remedy the problem. You have our word on that.
What Is the Difference Between a Carpenter and a Joiner?
When it comes to hiring a joiner and a carpenter many people are understandably confused about who does what. While a lot of the work undertaken by joiners and carpenters is complementary, the fact of the matter is that there is a unique skill-set for each trade. In general, a joiner is responsible for woodworking related tasks such as making doors and window frames as well as created fitted furniture and building stairs. While, on the other hand, carpenters are primarily tasked with fitting floors, installing staircases, mending window frames and fitting cupboards and shelving.
Despite the differences mentioned above, there are plenty of areas where the work of a joiner and a carpenter overlap. At Alaska Custom Carpentry, LLC our apprentices and trainee tradesmen will learn the basics of both trades before embarking on a specialized route from there. In the most basic terms it is fair to say that a joiner is someone who makes furniture, while a carpenter installs or does repairs in your house. It is for that reason that you will find most of our joiners in our workshop, while most of our carpenters are out and about in our clients’ properties.
Traditional Timber Frame Joinery
In timber frame joinery, there are many distinct types of joints and connections that are used depending on the type of structure being created. We use both traditional joints and also more complex ones that require reinforcement using steel ties and plates. This is especially beneficial for carrying particularly heavy loads.
Call the Team You Can Trust Today
Having served a wide range of homeowners and businesses in the area, it is fair to say that Alaska Custom Carpentry, LLC knows a thing or two about providing an exemplary carpentry service. Our skill, expertise and attention to detail means that we stand out from the crowd when it comes to carpentry excellence. If you want the best for your home or business then don’t take chances with inferior carpentry teams. Instead, call the experts you can trust today and let us take care of everything. We promise you won’t be disappointed.Get In Touch