Carpentry & Framing

A commercial remodeling project is when an existing tenant remodels their space while a “build-out” occurs when a business owner is establishing occupancy in a previously occupied commercial space (shopping center, mall, office building, etc). Both types of projects can include exterior renovations, installation or relocation of interior walls or partitions, flooring, doors, windows, bathrooms, painting, shelving, and other accommodations to suite the specific needs of the client. Framing is alway critical component of those projects. Both at the beginning of the project with the overall framing, but also at the end, when it is time for detailed work.


Framing, the initial wood or steel work defining the underlying skeleton to any structure needs proper adjustment. We have experience in wood and metal stud framing installations, whether your project is multi-family, commercial space or a large-scale residence. Built-out projects require well-built frame with an eye for detail. Today’s structures are often hybrid or composite structures of both steel and wood. Additionally, advanced framing techniques are considered on every job site, to suppress excess and unnecessary structural components, reduce waste, and ultimately lower project costs. Because framing is such a critical component of every project, because eery trade depends on a well-done framing, we developed an expertise key to successful tenant improvements, build outs and remodels. We specialize in wood or metal support systems, including walls, floors, and ceilings to give your building shape and strength:

  • Rated and non-rated wood truss assemblies
  • Window installation
  • Interior and exterior wood blocking
  • Interior and exterior door installation
Framing quality is key for smooth finishes and flat surfaces.

Finish Carpentry

According to Wikipedia, “Carpentry is a skilled trade in which the primary work performed is the cutting, shaping and installation of building materials…” Finish carpentry – just like any trade – requires training. It involves both formal acquisition of carpentry knowledge and practice to be able to deliver clean lines, smooth transitions, and an overall seamless look and feel. Finish carpenters are all about the details. Finish carpentry work we deliver includes, amongst others:

  • Baseboards
  • Window Casings
  • Crown Molding
  • Bookcases and Built-Ins
  • Doors
  • Cabinets
  • Mantles
  • Stairs & Railing