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Best Carpentry services in Long Island City, NY

We researched 60 Long Island City Carpenters to help source a professional for you. Here are the best rated and reviewed Carpentry services in Long Island City.

carpenters serve the Long Island City area
have been in business for 3+ years
are highly rated by multiple sources
Long Island City Carpenters who aren't Certified but rate highly from multiple sources
Checklist Home Services
159 20th St, Ste 2B, Brooklyn, NY 11232
We tackle most any project you would put on a personal “home to-do list,” from painting interiors to installing light... Read more
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D&N Contracting and Handyman Services
2101 Albany Post Rd, Montrose, NY 10548
D&N Contracting & Handyman Service is veteran remodeler, handyman service, and tile work contractor based out of... Read more
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Handyman of NY
8 Lexington Ave, Manhattan, NY 10010
We understand how people can be busy in New York and Brooklyn making it hard to get to the "Fix it" List. And now your list... Read more
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Hudson Home Improvement
302 5th St, Jersey City, NJ 07302
Hudson Improvement makes bathroom remodeling easy from start to finish. Our talented designers can help you create a... Read more
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Labor cost of carpentry projects in Long Island City

Based on data from thousands of home projects
  • Install or Replace Window
    Vinyl window
    $325 - $371
  • Install Wall Mount TV
    Up to 55"
    $157 - $157
  • Install Closet Organization System
    Basic one shelf (6' wide)
    $114 - $155
  • Install Cabinet
    Prefabricated base cabinet
    $94 - $94

What carpenters do

  1. Carpentry projects can be divided into two categories; finished carpentry and rough carpentry.

  2. A finish carpenter typically specializes in interior work such as cabinets, countertop frames, cases, sashes, doors (including hardware), trim, millwork, nonbearing partitions, closets, and built in cabinetry.

  3. A rough carpenter typically specializes in exterior or large scale work including framing, subflooring, siding, decks, exterior staircases, exterior doors and railings, trim, fascia, roof decking, truss members and rafters, and sheathing.