In the construction industry, rough carpentry is also referred to as framing. When you see the skeleton of a building taking shape on a construction site, it is the skilled rough framing carpenters who are making it happen.
These specialized construction framers have worked on this rough framing project to turn blueprints into the sturdy internal structure of the emerging building. Trusses, beams, studs and rafters… our framers know exactly how to work with them all.
"Jim Crawford Carpentry" can also involve constructing temporary wooden structures that include tunnel, bridge and sewer supports, scaffolds, and temporary frame shelters. Rough carpenters use blueprints, sketches and oral instructions to build these structures.
Our framing carpenters specialize in custom home construction and home remodeling projects. The majority of the rough framing carpentry that we provide uses standard lumber studs placed at 16-inch spacing.
For most homes, our rough framers measure, cut and assemble lumber for the walls and subfloor, adding anchors and other vital structural supports. Our rough framing carpenters also measure and attach studs around the spaces for doors and windows, set joists for the ceiling, then set roof trusses in place.
Our carpenters are skilled in using the complicated geometry that’s needed if the house includes arches or cathedral ceilings.
For all your rough framing home construction needs, be sure to call us at 855-281-7060.