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Best Carpentry services in Orting, WA

We researched 8 Orting Carpenters to help source a professional for you. Here are the best rated and reviewed Carpentry services in Orting.

carpenters serve the Orting area
have been in business for 3+ years
are highly rated by multiple sources
are Certified or Pending
Certified Pros are verified to have excellent quality & service and hold all required license, bonding, and insurance according to local laws.
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Orting Carpenters who aren't Certified but rate highly from multiple sources

Labor cost of carpentry projects in Orting

Based on data from thousands of home projects
  • Install Closet Organization System
    Basic one shelf (6' wide)
    $91 - $123
  • Build Stair Railing for Deck or Porch
    6 ft
    $415 - $475
  • Build Deck or Porch Railing
    8 ft
    $199 - $235
  • Repair Interior Trim
    $95 - $116

Considerations when hiring a carpenter in Washington State

  1. Verify their license, bonding, and insurance at the Washington State Department’s website. Carpenters in Washington State require a contractor license to operate.

  2. Check online for “verified reviews” which a third party can confirm are from real customers.

  3. For larger jobs, schedule a consultation with a quality carpenter contractor to explore your needs and get a complete costing estimate including any permitting costs.

  4. Carpentry projects vary widely in scope and finish (from rough framing to cabinetry). Select a carpenter who is skilled in your desired project type.

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.