Top Carpenter Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Carpenter. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Carpenter resumes they appeared on. For example, 14.6% of Carpenter resumes contained Door Installation as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Carpenter actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Carpenter resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Door Installation

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Here's how Door Installation is used in Carpenter jobs:
  • Company handled anything from residential roofing and window/door installation to landscaping and the construction of retaining walls.
  • Supervised crew members Window installation Door installation Trim carpentry
  • Worked with a master carpenter in completing various projects including remodels, deck rehabs, and window/ door installation and repair.
  • Perform residential building and remodeling; including rough and trim carpentry, plumbing, electrical; window and door installation.
  • Remodeled 3 offices including trim carpentry, door installation, and ceramic tiled the restrooms at Fort Carson Headquarters building.
  • Complete renovations from rough to finish carpentry, drywall installation & repair, window & door installation, Etc.
  • Finish Carpentry, To include: Door installation, window trim, door trim, crown molding and more.
  • General Carpentry including remodeling, decks, cabinet installation, framing, finishing, window and door installation.
  • Completed tasks such as siding, trim, framing, painting, window/door installation and other miscellaneous jobs.
  • Assist other departments with their tasks and requirements when window and door installations are slow or lacking.
  • Performed and assisted with framing, roofing, siding, trimming, and window and door installations.
  • Specialized in fabrication work, hollow metal door jambs, door installation, and panic hardware.
  • Home builds, remodels, dry rot repair, as well as window and door installation.
  • General home improvement, primarily basement finishing, roofing, deck stairs and storm door installation
  • Performed framing, drywall, window and door installation, interior trim and cabinetry installation.
  • Installed insulation, caulking (sound/ fire), frame/ door installation, & welding.
  • Remodeled homes and developed skills in finish work, framing, siding, and window/door installation
  • Home construction: framing, drywall, roofing, flooring, window and door installation
  • Job experience included door installation, custom wood trim jobs, crown molding etc.
  • Work has included roofing, cabinet installation, and window and door installation.

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2. Install Windows

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Here's how Install Windows is used in Carpenter jobs:
  • Read blue prints, frame houses, cut wood to specific measurements, deck roofing, and install windows and doors.
  • Install windows, doors and also did some construction work, such as making new openings and also finishing trim.
  • Started as a Carpenters Apprentice learned to install windows, doors, Drywall, new home construction in general.
  • Construct erect install and repair structure and fixtures of frame wall replace plywood and drywall install windows and doors.
  • Construct decks with handicap ramp, install windows, remodel bathrooms, and construct 2nd story addition.
  • Replaced, repair and install windows including single hung, double hung, and tilt turn.
  • Replace or install windows, doors, siding, roofing, interior and exterior trim.
  • Finish interior, install windows, install appliances, concrete walks, painting, installing linoleum
  • Install windows and finish trim and re-install window coverings utilizing my own tools.
  • Install Windows, hang drywall, knowledge of blueprints, framing work,
  • Used blueprints to install windows, doors, call and base cabinets.
  • Hang vinyl siding, aluminum work, install windows and doors.
  • Install windows, hardwood flooring, drywall and tape, tile
  • Work with customers, install windows, doors and cabinets.
  • Frame and trim buildings, and install windows and doors.
  • Install windows and doors to make buildings more energy efficient.
  • Frame interior walls, install windows and exterior doors.
  • Sided house and buildings, replace roofs, install windows
  • Install windows, skylights, and display cases.
  • Can frame and install windows and doors correctly.

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3. Drywall Repair

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Here's how Drywall Repair is used in Carpenter jobs:
  • Finish work, concrete, demolition, hardware, framing, hardwood, tile flooring, drywall repair, and replacement.
  • Rehabbed Rental Units, Drywall Repair, Garages and Garage Doors, Remodeled Kitchen and Baths, Replaced Windows and Doors.
  • Completed handyman work to include: drywall repair, siding repair, painting, insulation, and trim work.
  • Worked on many home improvement projects such as roof and drywall repair, wood trim, flooring and painting.
  • Completed handyman work to include: drywall repair, siding repair, light fixture installation, and window replacement.
  • Side duties to include drywall repair, wood and metal framing, Office/ Shop inventory pick up and delivery.
  • Installed new bathroom, roofing, deck, installed replacement windows and doors, drywall repair and painting.
  • Worked as plumber and electrician on the job training as well as drywall repair to include texture.
  • Full made ready 2-plex (laminate/ceramic floors, drywall repair, painting and texture, plumbing)
  • Form setting, decks, patios, additions, drywall repair, cabinets and installation
  • Executed drywall repair, painting, trim, appliance repair, electrical repairs and plumbing
  • Light electrical, and plumbing, drywall repairs, and doors and windows.
  • Assisted in painting, plastering, taping, framework and drywall repair.
  • Handled electrical work, plumbing, drywall repairs, and finishing.
  • Metal framing, drywall repair.
  • Repaired buildings at the different mine sites.I did drywall repairs plumbing repairs and anything with building maintenance.
  • work including drywall repairs as well as other repairs needed on campus.
  • Complete condo maintanence Drywall repairs window trim and replacement.
  • Install windows, doors, siding, and aluminum capping.Also experienced in drywall repair and finish work.
  • Framed houses Drywall, trim, painting Drywall repairs

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4. Repair Cabinets

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Here's how Repair Cabinets is used in Carpenter jobs:
  • Construct, install, and repair cabinets, doors, windows, and other components not available from commercial sources.
  • Build or repair cabinets, doors, frameworks, floors, and other wooden fixtures used in buildings, using.
  • Install and repair cabinets and other wood equipment and fixtures working from blueprints, drawings, and oral instructions.
  • Construct and repair cabinets, doors and various furniture produced for mass sale.
  • Build and repair cabinets, tables, office furniture and related items.
  • Repair cabinets, huts, siding, drawers, windows, doors.
  • Build and repair cabinets, tables, and other related items.
  • Build or repair cabinets, doors, frameworks, floors.
  • Install and repair cabinets, doors, and trim.
  • Install and repair cabinets and flooring.
  • Construct, install and repair cabinets, doors, windows, screens, shades, and blinds.
  • Build, install and repair cabinets Responsible for demolition, framing, insulation, interior and exterior trim
  • Install and repair cabinets and countertops for commercial and residentialconstruction

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5. New Homes

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Here's how New Homes is used in Carpenter jobs:
  • Helped cut and hang the siding to go on new homes.~ Tore siding off of old homes to replace with new.
  • Trained under a master carpenter for 4 years* Building new homes* Renovating and remodeling existing homes* Worked with all aspects of carpentry
  • Constructed frame work for new homes such as foundations, roofing, windows and inner and outer walls, etc.
  • Work with Foreman, other carpenters, and laborers to rehab historic homes and build new homes in the inner-city.
  • Worked as a finish carpenter in new home construction, installing interior trim on new homes, condos and apartments.
  • Major renovations of new homes, siding, frame work, paint, all interior trim work, plumbing apprenticeship,
  • Tasked with constructing new homes, performed renovations, wiring, roofing and general repairs on homes for low-income families.
  • Framed, trimmed, installed wiring for electric, HVAC, and plumbing on new homes and commercial buildings.
  • Completed extensive carpentry work across California -- Everything from framing new homes to installing vault doors at weapons armories.
  • Helped built new homes, framed out new houses, shingled roofs, and other miscellaneous duties as assigned.
  • Involved with projects such as: new homes, additions, roofs, basements, electrical and plumbing.
  • Key Results: * Constructed new homes from blueprints, involved in all phases of the construction.
  • Pole barns, Steel Buildings, Grain Bins, Shelter houses, Residential remodeling and new homes.
  • Performed layout, framing and installation of siding, doors and windows for new homes and townhouses.
  • Supervised a crew of 2 carpenters in the construction of new homes and remodeling of homes.
  • Constructed decks, Frame out rooms in new homes, and install interior trim and doors.
  • Worked as a finish carpenter in the construction of new homes as well as renovations.
  • Build new homes; framing, roofing, concrete work, some drywall and electrical.
  • Performed and assisted with home remodeling, including restoration, renovation, and new homes.
  • Read blue prints, Construction of new homes, house remodels, siding, roofing,

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6. Safety Procedures

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Here's how Safety Procedures is used in Carpenter jobs:
  • Secured and removed any existing gas lines or hazardous material following all safety procedures and safety building codes.
  • Complied and followed safety procedures when performing assigned responsibilities while maintaining a safe and clean environment.
  • Audited and maintained safety procedures, regulations, and sanitation promoting a safety first culture.
  • Comply with state/local codes and follow safety procedures when performing assigned responsibilities.
  • Complied and followed college safety procedures when performing assigned responsibilities.
  • Maintained safety procedures and properly applied personal protective equipment.
  • Maintained safety procedures & regulations with hygiene.
  • Followed all relevant safety procedures and policies.
  • Follow safety procedures when performing assigned responsibilities.
  • Followed normal construction safety procedures.
  • Maintained safety procedures and regulations.
  • Meet with project superintendent and foreman to discuss job safety procedures and daily job task that were to be performed.
  • Take accurate measurements, follow safety procedures, finish surfaces, and inspect completed work for quality.
  • Maintained safety procedures & regulations with hygiene possess ability to work indoor as well as outdoor.
  • Performed all duties normally required of the carpenter & roofing trades while following safety procedures.
  • Ensured safety procedures were followed for all phases of work performed on public roads.
  • Adhere to safety procedures, examine products or work to verify conformance to specifications.
  • Trained in all construction and carpentry equipment, safety procedures, and hazardous waste.
  • Follow safety procedures, build walls for man camps, clean up work area.
  • Trained new employees on company policies, all safety procedures and expected company behaviors.

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7. Hand Tools

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Here's how Hand Tools is used in Carpenter jobs:
  • Worked with hand tools/ machinery to assist with different projects including bridges/drywall/painting etc.
  • Repaired or replaced defective screws, cracks and pieces of wood, using glue, hand tools, and power tools.
  • Assembled and installed hardware, gaskets, floors, furnishings and insulation, using adhesive, hand tools and power tools.
  • Interpreted design plans and utilized a full range of precision hand tools and wood fabrication machinery to complete construction operations.
  • Used hand tools on a daily basis along with shovels, drills, hammer drills, chop saws and lasers.
  • Developed skills with a wide variety of hand tools and construction materials in the performance of general residential and commercial repairs
  • Used many power and hand tools including tile saw, miter saws, circular saws, jigsaws and a transit.
  • Finish surfaces of woodwork or wallboard for stage sets and props, using paint, hand tools, or paneling.
  • Installed plasterboard and other wallboard to ceiling and interior walls of building, using hand tools and portable power tools.
  • Developed strong knowledge of an extensive array of power and hand tools, construction equipment, hardware and building materials.
  • Operate and perform preventative maintenance on hand and power saws, drills, sanders and a variety of hand tools.
  • Experienced in the use of many pneumatic and electric power hand tools as well as operating a skid loader.
  • Trained new hires on carpenter the proper use of Hand Tools, and safety requirement for the Job Site.
  • Installed fixtures and appliances in cabin of fiberglass or metal boat, using hand tools and portable power tools.
  • Learned to use power tools, hand tools, pneumatic tools, welders, fasteners, hardware, etc.
  • Helped fabricate wooden frames, install metal roofs, and operate various hand tools for the various jobs.
  • Cut materials to specified sizes for installation using power saws, tile cutters, and other hand tools.
  • Set up and operate various machines: woodworking machines, carpenter's hand tools, and power tools.
  • Assembled and fasten materials to make framework using hand tools and wood screws, nails, or glue.
  • Hand tools ready fix and patch anything needed to be do or retro fitted to the client specifications.

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8. General Carpentry

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Here's how General Carpentry is used in Carpenter jobs:
  • Performed general carpentry duties in construction and remodeling of private residential dwellings, including roofing and painting.
  • Perform general carpentry duties for residential remodeling and new construction projects and light commercial projects.
  • Executed all tasks relevant to general carpentry from new construction to historic restoration.
  • Work included all general carpentry applications for residential and commercial construction.
  • General carpentry duties including framing, demolition, and assisting sub-contractors.
  • Developed many carpentry skills including general carpentry to fine woodworking.
  • General Carpentry, inventory, customer service, heavy equipment operations
  • Preformed general carpentry duties including framing and forming.
  • Performed general form carpentry and general carpentry duties.
  • Performed general carpentry duties on residential custom homes.
  • General carpentry for residential additions and remodeling.
  • General carpentry work, both residential and commercial
  • General carpentry including finish work and remodeling
  • Performed general carpentry on residential/commercial projects.
  • General carpentry, specialized in concrete finishing
  • Performed general carpentry and labor.
  • General carpentry for remodeling projects.
  • General carpentry and structural framing systems
  • General carpentry for home and business
  • General carpentry emphasis on trim work

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9. Project Layout

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Here's how Project Layout is used in Carpenter jobs:
  • Studied specifications, prepared project layout and determine dimensions and materials required.
  • Developed project layout and established appropriate measurements and materials.
  • Study specifications in blueprints, sketches, or building plans to prepare project layout and determine dimensions and materials required.
  • Implemented specifications in building plans, to prepare and perform project layout, and determine dimensions/materials required to accomplish task.
  • Measured roofs and reviewed specifications and building plans to prepare project layout and determine dimensions and materials required.
  • Read blueprint specifications, sketches, prepared project layouts, determined dimensions and materials required.
  • Follow specifications in blueprints, sketches or building plans to prepare materials for project layout.
  • Follow blueprints and building plans to prepare project layout and determine dimensions and materials required.
  • Implemented and studied the specifications in blueprints, sketches, and project layout.
  • Implemented specifications in building plans, to prepare and perform project layout.
  • Reference blueprints to prepare project layouts, dimensions and materials required.
  • Prepare project layout using rule, framing square and calipers.
  • Utilized blueprints in planning project layouts and materials required.
  • Read blueprints and building plans to prepare project layout.
  • Developed project layout and ensured compliance to blueprints.
  • Read blueprints to determine project layouts and dimensions.
  • Study blueprints or sketches to prepare project layout.
  • Create project layouts based off job site measurements.
  • Prepare project layouts and materials needed.
  • Created project layouts along with dimensions.

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10. New Construction

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Here's how New Construction is used in Carpenter jobs:
  • Performed various carpentry functions at remodels and new construction in northeastern Illinois businesses.
  • Focused on carpentry aspects for commercial and residential remodeling and new construction projects.
  • Performed various tasks required in new construction and remodeling of residential and commercial homes
  • Self-motivated carpenter with experience in new construction, remodeling, siding/windows/gutter installation.
  • Performed tasks of carpenter and demolitions specialist for new construction and remodeling.
  • Performed operations and maintenance to include facility maintenance, new construction.
  • Focus primarily on residential new construction with some commercial remodel.
  • Frame and finish new construction/wood and metal/commercial and industrial applications.
  • Job responsibilities include remodeling and new construction on a home
  • Constructed framing for new construction and renovations including dormers.
  • Skilled carpenter accomplished residential remodeling including maintenance and new construction
  • Remodeled new construction of single-family homes and townhouses.
  • Carpenter, new constructions, demo/renovations
  • Worked alone and as part of a team to complete new construction projects with a specialization in finish work and framing.
  • Performed all duties of new construction carpentry, from rough frame in to finish work, in high end custom homes.
  • Experience includes: framing and trim carpentry on new construction and renovation projects, coordination with the work of other trades.
  • Worked with a team of carpenters responsible for new construction of two new homes, as well as various remodels.
  • Perform various carpenter duties on new construction and remodeling to include carpentry, masonry, concrete, plumbing and electrical.
  • Constructed custom decks, porches, screened in porches, and pool houses for both existing structures and new construction.
  • Provide quality workmanship for new construction housing such as interior trim, cabinets, and outdoor work such as decks.

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11. Job Site

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Here's how Job Site is used in Carpenter jobs:
  • Examine electrical plans with electricians and used instrumentation to troubleshoot problems on the job site in electrical circuits
  • Developed many interpersonal/communication skills, especially in the areas of customer service and job site coordination.
  • Assist superintendents in implementing a safe and organized job site
  • Worked unsupervised on job sites during installations.
  • Created material list, ordered materials for delivery to job site Built decks, outdoor painting, light carpentry, some demolition
  • Raise was giving because of early growth and progress with company and was trusted to work on job sites alone.
  • Maintain job site appearance by removing or organizing excess material, disposing of scraps, and keeping equipment organized.
  • Installed metal framing and drywall on commercial job sites such Auto Zones, Family Dollars and Home Depots.
  • Gathered materials for workers to handle on job sites and covered services with plastic material to protect them.
  • Install safety measures to ensure a safe workplace for all trades and visitors to the job site.
  • Possess the flexibility to move from job site to job site and take direction from several Journeymen.
  • Helped with concrete work, framing, demolition, dirt work and cleaning of the job site.
  • Organized job sites, leveled the dumpsters, dug & poured footings, can pull lay out.
  • Work in coordination with multiple subcontractors on completion of various job sites in a timely efficient manner.
  • Worked closely with project manager creating punch lists and assisting in the delegation of job site duties.
  • Supervised construction on job site to insure the work place stayed in compliance with regulations and codes.
  • Used lull tractor for moving materials around job site and used bobcat for moving rock and dirt.
  • Traveled to various job sites as requested by Superintendent to assist in completion of commercial construction projects.
  • Work closely with subcontractors at the job sites on a daily basis to maintain efficiency and productivity.
  • Serve as primary customer point of contact on job sites to ensure proper communication and successful results.

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12. Sheetrock

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Here's how Sheetrock is used in Carpenter jobs:
  • Perform Rough and Finish Carpentry; Sheetrock Installation and Finish in residential applications
  • Remodeled and renovated buildings on the Naval base Framed walls, installed Sheetrock and finish trim work.
  • Remodeled Homes, Sheetrock, Cabinetry, Counters, Floors, Plumbing.
  • Metal and wood framing, Sheetrock, Drop Ceiling installation.
  • Job duties: Sheetrock, Carpentry, Electrical and Plumbing
  • Carpenter, Sheetrock finisher and plaster repair.
  • Job duties: Sheetrock, Painting and Carpentry
  • Tile repairs, Sheetrock repairs, hung cabinets
  • Experienced with framing and Sheetrock.
  • Trim, Frame, Electrical, Sheetrock, Deck, Painting
  • Experienced in sheetrocking, interior/exterior painting; drop ceiling installation; other carpentry jobs
  • Framed and installed sheetrock and molding in residential applications
  • Work duties included all stages of construction from painting, sheetrock finishing, framing, trim work, and building cabinets.
  • Cut sidings and moldings, sections of weatherboard, openings in sheetrock, and lumber, using hand tools and power tools
  • Performed structural work, such as installation of frame walls, sheetrock, insulation, flooring, and other carpentry work.
  • Paint and/or repair interior walls, wall coverings and ceilings by patching or replace drywall, sheetrock, wood or wall.
  • Worked in all areas of residential and commercial construction, including framing, tile work, sheetrock, plumbing and electrical.
  • Unloaded delivery trucks full of building material such as sheetrock, insulation, corner bead, ceiling tile, etc.
  • Travel to newly built homes to do trimming, base shooting, sheetrock, and other carpentry skills as needed.
  • Metal & wood framing, sheetrock, and concrete located at the Princess Wilderness Lodge, Denali Park, AK.

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13. Kitchen Cabinets

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Here's how Kitchen Cabinets is used in Carpenter jobs:
  • Remodeled kitchen cabinets by sanding and applying Formica.
  • Worked for Home Depot remodeling and installing kitchen cabinets, counter tops, sinks, door, windows, and shutters.
  • Finish framing and trimming of furniture and kitchen cabinets, shaping and sanding of furniture/kitchen tops, doors and fronts.
  • Installed interior trim (base boards, door and window moldings), kitchen cabinets, doors and windows.
  • Install custom kitchen cabinets, counter tops, shelving, base, doors, trim, and crown molding.
  • Install Trim, doors, closets, and kitchen cabinets for the Ritz Carlton in Down Town Dallas.
  • Figure materials, order & install all trim Windows, doors, baseboard, casing, kitchen cabinets
  • Engaged in a variety of different kinds of construction from making kitchen cabinets to building office buildings.
  • Designed affordable and efficient working sketches of; additions, houses, baths and kitchen cabinets etc.
  • Meet with homeowners and home insurance agents - take measurements for kitchen cabinets, closets, etc.
  • Installed structures and fixtures, such as windows, kitchen cabinets, siding, drywall and molding.
  • Installed kitchen cabinets with multiple steps, including tiling back slash and installing sink and fixtures.
  • Install windows, doors, kitchen cabinets, and plumbing fixtures; kitchen & bathroom remodeling.
  • Exemplify expertise in installing kitchen cabinets and wood or tile flooring in the entire house.
  • Base, Window, Doors, locks, Drop ceiling, Counter top, Kitchen cabinets
  • Installed ceilings, walls, kitchen cabinets, interior and exterior doors, tub surrounds.
  • Installed flooring, kitchen cabinets, sinks, hung interior/exterior doors, drywall, painting.
  • Install doors, kitchen cabinets, hardwood floors, bathroom vanities, stairs, etc.
  • Installed kitchen cabinets and wooden floors, as well as ceramic & porcelain tile.
  • Install kitchen cabinets and remodel bathrooms including tub surrounds, ceramic tile and vanities.

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14. Customer Service

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Here's how Customer Service is used in Carpenter jobs:
  • Provided superior customer service with each client, exercising quality communication skills including consistency, attentiveness, and excellent conflict management.
  • Interfaced directly with customers to determine housing needs for replacement siding materials while simultaneously delivering exceptional customer service and satisfaction.
  • Managed staff of 5 labor professionals ensuring accuracy, quality customer service, professional demeanor, and proficiency in work
  • Attended monthly safety meetings to ensure machine operation safety, while also providing outstanding customer service.
  • Received several customer recommendations and referrals based on excellence in customer service and work quality.
  • Provided excellent customer service to customers and was commended for outstanding service on various occasion.
  • Provided optimal work quality and customer service in addition to providing a positive work environment.
  • Received recognition for consistently maintaining high quality work standards and providing excellent customer service.
  • Gained customer service experience through subcontracting work directly with homeowners and general contractors.
  • Recognized customer service as a valuable tool to deliver overall quality & satisfaction.
  • Provided excellent customer service to homeowners to fulfill their expectations of project.
  • Ensured customer service through a commitment to total customer satisfaction and quality.
  • Supervised staff on delivering optimal repairs and exceptional customer service skills.
  • Provided excellent customer service and satisfying customer complaints.
  • Supervised/trained/motivated 10 Sales and customer service center personnel.
  • Specialized in providing excellent customer service and satisfaction.
  • Demonstrate friendly and professional customer service at all times
  • Provided outstanding customer service during and after construction.
  • Performed daily operations of customer service and consultation.
  • Ensured friendly environment customer service for residents.

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15. Building Plans

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Here's how Building Plans is used in Carpenter jobs:
  • Followed blueprints and building plans per customer specifications.
  • Coordinated building plans between customers and inspectors.
  • Studied blueprints/sketches/building plans for information.
  • Worked from verbal instructions from crew leader, from blueprints, electrical diagrams, schematics, building plans and other data.
  • Reviewed material requirements and dimensions of structure or fixture to be fabricated by studying blueprints, sketches, or building plans.
  • Reviewed blueprints, sketches and other building plans to prepare layout, with respect to accessing dimensions and materials required.
  • Read specifications on blueprints, building plans, or architectural sketches to prepare projects and determine dimensions and materials needed.
  • Build and remodel existing structure following blueprints or building plans to meet the needs residential, commercial or industrial clients.
  • Led and performed building repair work in accordance with trade standards, work orders, building plans and specifications.
  • Read and interpreted specs, building plans, engineering drawings, purchase orders, work orders and cost updates.
  • Study specifications in blueprints, sketches, or building plans and analyze the best way to complete a job.
  • Job responsibilities included to be able to properly read a tape measure as well as building plans.
  • Read and interpreted specs, building plans, engineering drawings and blueprints Made sure materials were satisfactory.
  • Studied blueprints, sketches and building plans for information pertaining to type of material required for job.
  • Studied blue prints and building plans to determine the dimensions of the structure to be built.
  • Follow blueprints and building plans along with referencing Surveyor's records to determine project boundaries.
  • Worked according to blueprints and building plans in assessing the material needs and finish time.
  • Read and interpreted specs, building plans, blueprints, sketches and work orders.
  • Read and interpreted specs, building plans, engineering drawings, blueprints and sketches.
  • Cut, true and assemble required parts for project as per building plans.

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16. Heavy Equipment

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Here's how Heavy Equipment is used in Carpenter jobs:
  • Coordinated with crane operators and heavy equipment operators for structural assembly/ material / scaffolding location.
  • Performed general duties associated with building forms and operated heavy equipment.
  • Operated forklifts and various other heavy equipment with zero safety incidents.
  • Operated heavy equipment including bobcats and forklifts for material transport.
  • Operated and maintained heavy equipment used for construction purposes.
  • Operated heavy equipment including shooting boom forklift.
  • Build forms operate heavy equipment finish concrete
  • Operated heavy equipment with zero incidents.
  • Operated heavy equipment for landscaping projects.
  • Operate tractor-trailer and heavy equipment.
  • Power Tools and heavy equipment operator
  • Operated heavy equipment when required.
  • Demolished existing structures; walls, ceilings, doors, Windows, bathroom fixtures etc., operated heavy equipment, jackhammer.
  • Installed roofing and gutters, operated heavy equipment including petty-bone, forklift, snorkel bucket lift, dump trucks, etc.
  • Use of heavy equipment including: backhoe, overhead crane, scissor and boom lifts, skid steer and forklift.
  • Experienced heavy equipment operator with all types of equipment such as backhoe, track hoe, skid steer, etc.
  • Worked as a form carpenter and concrete finisher as well as operated heavy equipment on a U.S. Post Office site.
  • Manipulate rigging lines, hoists, and pulling gears to move or support materials such as heavy equipment and others.
  • Required to lift heavy equipment, excessive climbing while performing mechanical work on gearboxes (such as oil changes).
  • Form work, Footings, Framing etc Operated some heavy equipment lifts, bobcat, JLG, scissor lifts.

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17. Residential Construction

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Here's how Residential Construction is used in Carpenter jobs:
  • Completed residential construction projects using carpentry skills including framing, interior/exterior trim, roofing, and flooring installation and repair.
  • Carpenter to a residential construction company that provided kitchen remodeling, wallpapering, repairing roofs and other house remodeling needs.
  • General Carpenter responsible for Commercial and Residential Construction, which included foundation preparation to completed home and commercial buildings.
  • Helped general contractor with the construction of custom bathrooms and kitchens during residential construction and renovation projects.
  • Communicated with clients regarding design and installation of custom cabinetry during residential construction and renovation projects.
  • Fabricated finished wall units for residential construction and set machine foundations in steel fabricating plants.
  • Performed basic carpentry skills; remodeling and additions for residential construction and historical home renovation/preservation.
  • Completed residential construction assignments using woodworking and bolting capabilities to build docks and piers.
  • Trained in residential construction practices and techniques and learning general small project estimation practices.
  • Worked on both residential construction including new construction and remodel and commercial projects.
  • Performed residential construction, remodeling & repairs including room additions and kitchen/bath remodels.
  • Self-employed subcontractor providing superior carpentry in a myriad of facets involving residential construction.
  • Delivered high quality craftsmanship to homeowners covering nearly every phase of residential construction.
  • General carpenter and contributing member of a large crew specializing in Residential construction.
  • Participate in all phases of residential construction projects including remodeling and new construction.
  • Executed daily operations of numerous home improvements, remodeling and new residential construction.
  • Provided site supervision and carpentry to residential construction and mid-rise housing developments.
  • Provide detailed residential construction services in custom homes, remodels and renovations.
  • Provided finish carpentry work for extremely high end residential construction and remodel.
  • Learned many valuable technical skills related to commercial and residential construction process.

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18. Door Frames

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Here's how Door Frames is used in Carpenter jobs:
  • Experience in concrete forms, building frameworks, partitions, joists, studding, windows, door frames and hardwood floors.
  • Installed prefabricated window frames, doors, door frames, weather stripping, interior and exterior trim, and finished hardware.
  • Installed door frames, doors, finish trim around doors, window frames, windows and finish trim around windows.
  • Installed metal doors, metal door frames, trim, or hardware, using carpenters' hand or power tools.
  • Installed window and door frames, sub-flooring, fixtures, or temporary supports in structures undergoing construction or repair.
  • Completed excavation, set footers, poured foundation, planned and constructed walls, window frames, door frames.
  • Installed window, door frames, sub-flooring, baseboard, fixtures and all other tasks pertaining to home construction.
  • Performed various tasks including layout, framing, hanging sheet rock, setting door frames and installing drop ceilings.
  • Installed metal door frames, lock sets, panic bars and emergency exits for several local commercial buildings.
  • Metal stud framing, hanging and taping drywall, installing door frames, and hardware and trim.
  • Perfected the fitting and installation of window frames, door frames, door hardware, interior/exterior trim.
  • Put wood frames around windows, setup door frames, and performed daily safety inspections.
  • Carpenter Experience - Metal Studs, Drywall, Scaffolding, Swing Stages and Metal Door Frames
  • Installed windows, door frames, doors, trim, cabinetry, and kitchen/bathroom fixtures.
  • General Construction, safety work, door frames, door and hardware, punch list.
  • Worked in the shop constructing door frames, various cabinetry as needed for jobs.
  • Worked independently setting doors and door frames, siding, windows, and roofing.
  • Complete and repair wood stairways, window and door frames, and hardwood floors.
  • Repaired or replaced door frames, doors and closures, and locks as needed.
  • Build and assemble custom door's, cut trim, build custom door frames

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19. Osha

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Here's how Osha is used in Carpenter jobs:
  • Restored mobile office trailers, executed and enforced OSHA safety regulations, increased processing productivity
  • Applied OSHA regulations and incorporated property boundaries and frontage requirements into construction.
  • Advanced OSHA training and specialized certifications are available upon request.
  • Obtained Forklift Certification and OSHA10 Certification.
  • Followed safety protocols established by OSHA
  • Followed Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) guides for scaffolding, fall protection, ladders, stairways, etc.
  • Followed OSHA rules and refinery rules while properly filling out job analysts cards prior to performing any and all work task.
  • Maintain a safe and clear working environment, as well as following all OSHA standards, PPE and fall protection equipment.
  • Constructed scaffolding (16 sets high) in accordance with OSHA safety requirements, constructed all aspects of framed buildings.
  • Developed independent building skills Acquired knowledge and comprehension of blue prints CPR certified Fork Lift Industry Operators License OSHA 30 card
  • Advanced Carpenter Training Classes include: Scaffold building, Stairs, concrete forms, OSHA 10 and Metal Studs.
  • Erected scaffolding and safety railings when needed to certify all areas met OSHA regulations related to construction sites.
  • Tested equipment to ensure safety standards were met, documented and logged maintenance in accordance with OSHA standards.
  • Crown Molding, baseboards, (OSHA 10)wiring and installing dishwashers, ovens, and microwaves.
  • Contributed to 25 million safe man hours on job site through OSHA and Safety adherence and meticulous housekeeping.
  • Adhered to safety rules set by OSHA and general contractors; maintained a safe and clean work environment.
  • Attended construction meetings to discuss scaffolding designs and safety protocol in adherence to OSHA rules and regulations.
  • Certified: OSHA 30, Lead Removal, Forklift, Aerial Lift, Scissor Lift, Fireproofing.
  • Understand and adhere to Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) standards on job site.
  • Have current OSHA 10, all user and erector scaffold certificates, area lift operator certificates.

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20. Residential Homes

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Here's how Residential Homes is used in Carpenter jobs:
  • Carpenter experience included kitchen, bathroom, basement remodeling on residential homes.
  • Constructed custom residential homes/cabinets, remodeled residential and small commercial structures.
  • Remodeled residential homes due to Hurricane Rita destruction of Southwest Louisiana.
  • Work primarily consisted of additions and remodeling of residential homes.
  • Constructed and rehabilitated residential homes * Installed plumbing and electrical fixtures
  • Complete renovations and finish carpentry of residential homes and apartments
  • Remodeled residential homes specific to bathrooms, kitchen renovations.
  • Performed structured framing for residential homes and commercial units.
  • General Contractor specializing in remodeling high-end residential homes.
  • Started carpentry experience framing residential homes and condominiums.
  • Remodeled residential homes specializing in kitchens and bathrooms.
  • Fabricated custom cabinets for residential homes and offices.
  • Oversee and run demolition/remodeling jobs for residential homes.
  • Preformed regular construction duties involving building residential homes.
  • Perform maintenance/remodeling on residential homes and commercial buildings.
  • Provided framing expertise on existing residential homes.
  • Restored historical buildings and renovated residential homes.
  • Performed demolition and rehabilitation of residential homes.
  • Constructed various built-in furnishing for residential homes.
  • Repair of hurricane damaged residential homes.

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21. Safe Environment

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Here's how Safe Environment is used in Carpenter jobs:
  • Comply with all restrictions, policy to business and business s to maintain healthy and safe environment while business is open.
  • Established and followed safety rules and regulations and maintained a safe environment at all times.
  • Maintain a safe environment for other workers by keeping the area clean.
  • Maintained well groomed and safe environment for all work areas.
  • Maintained a safe environment and practices in dynamic conditions.
  • Maintained a safe environment on the construction site.
  • Frame, side, roof, and install windows on various structures Work with organized urgency, while maintaining a safe environment
  • Order and maintain all supplies and tools Ensure project completion while maintaining fun, motivating and safe environment.
  • Worked in teams of two to complete work in a safe environment in a timely manner.
  • Create many different home additions including tile, rooms, stairs, and decks Maintain a safe environment to work in
  • Logged pre-fab houses Maintained clean and safe environment.

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22. Demo

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Here's how Demo is used in Carpenter jobs:
  • Completed diverse construction/demolition projects, including ground-up build of new commercial projects, agricultural buildings, and corporate offices.
  • Involved in the historical renovation of Irvine auditorium University of Pennsylvania from demolition to completion.
  • Shadowed site supervisors as they pointed out safety concerns, demonstrated corrective actions for implementation.
  • Demonstrated capability and flexibility to provide support ensuring company goals and needs are accommodated.
  • Demolished and constructed interior partitions and finishing carpentry work in Chicago area.
  • General maintenance to include basic carpentry, demolition, drywall installation and finishing
  • Executed structural demolition procedures for warehouse, condominiums and small commercial projects.
  • Perform all demolition, construction and remodeling operations for residential clients.
  • Demonstrated knowledge and flexibility by completing tasks regardless of working conditions.
  • Involved with several demolition projects to expand manufacturing and corporate facilities
  • Cleaned designated areas after demolition and completion of projects.
  • Demonstrated ability to work effectively with clients and colleagues.
  • Demolished and prepared gallery spaces based on designer specifications.
  • Demonstrated the ability to organize men and estimate material.
  • Performed demolition of drywall and removal of installation.
  • Conducted demo as prescribed via blueprints and specifications.
  • Assisted in planning and implementation of demolition projects.
  • Specialized in Demolition and Rehab of residential properties.
  • Demonstrated a leadership role toward becoming a journeyman.
  • Performed demolition on areas that were getting renovated.

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23. General Construction

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Here's how General Construction is used in Carpenter jobs:
  • Performed general construction / remodeling as directed per supervisor in accordance to current building standards.
  • Assist construction manager on estimate coordination, site management, economic deadlines and general construction duties
  • Provided general construction services for private business, while focusing primarily on carpentry.
  • Manage resources of general construction projects from idea formulation to completion.
  • Demolished and constructed interior building partitions and performed general construction projects.
  • Performed general construction repairs and installation task such as installing/repairing doors.
  • Performed general construction focusing on new residential and commercial properties.
  • General construction and carpentry work for commercial and residential properties.
  • Supported general construction foreman overseeing residential and commercial construction projects.
  • General construction duties including new, remodeling and historical restoration
  • General construction and demolition of commercial and residential properties.
  • General construction to include: framing and electrical construction
  • General construction/carpentry, sheet rock installation, and painting
  • General construction maintenance, specializing in carpentry and remodeling
  • Performed general construction duties related to home construction.
  • General construction practices in a commercial environment.
  • Performed general construction duties on residential dwellings.
  • Conducted minor electrical work and general construction.
  • General construction, rough/trim carpentry, masonry form/finish
  • Experience in general construction and facility maintenance.

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24. Custom Cabinets

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Here's how Custom Cabinets is used in Carpenter jobs:
  • Designed, fabricated, transported, and installed custom cabinets exceeding customer expectations and virtually eliminating re-work.
  • Design custom cabinets and furniture including performing various carpentry and roofing projects.
  • Build and install custom cabinets Interpreted blueprints Trim carpentry new construction
  • Worked for America's Custom Cabinets as a cabinetmaker/installer.
  • Fabricated wooden furniture and built custom cabinets.
  • Fabricated and installed custom cabinets.
  • Produced and installed custom cabinets.
  • Sanded and lacquered all trim/base to match new custom cabinets that was installed in the kitchen of home.
  • Installed kitchen and bath custom cabinets and granite tile, on-time and under-budget for NYC residential clients.
  • Build custom cabinets and review/verify all work is in compliance with sales orders and customer requirements.
  • Finish Carpentry: Door installs, crown molding, windows, custom cabinets, wood flooring.
  • Measured/cut/installed tile - Built and installed custom cabinets, entertainment centers - Installed drywall & wood framing
  • Installed Ceiling fans, lights, bath tubs, garage fixtures, custom cabinets, etc.
  • Assisted with building custom cabinets, laid flooring, framed & hung doors, etc.
  • Produce and install custom cabinets, book shelves, mantles, entertainment centers, etc.
  • Involved in construction and manual labor ranging from housing construction to fabrication of custom cabinets.
  • Worked building high end custom cabinets, trim, and beams and installing in homes.
  • Produced and assembled custom cabinets, interior railings, and interior and exterior stairs.
  • Cut materials accordingly and built custom cabinets, doors, frameworks, and floors.
  • Build custom cabinets, shelving, install and repair doors, windows and molding.

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25. Plumb BOB

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Here's how Plumb BOB is used in Carpenter jobs:
  • Use levels, rules, plumb bobs, framing squares, and surveying equipment to ensure everything is level and secure.
  • Verified vertical and horizontal alignment of structural steel members, using plumb bobs, laser equipment transits and levels.
  • Operated transit, laser plumb bob, man lifts, powder-actuated tools, power tools and hand tools.
  • Hold plumb bobs, sighting rods, or other equipment to aid in establishing reference points and lines.
  • Verified the overall quality and integrity of the structure with plumb bobs, levels, and transits.
  • Check accuracy of work with levels, plumb bobs, or framing squares.
  • Hold sighting rods and plumb bobs to make reference points and lines.
  • Verified trueness of structure with plumb bob, carpenter's level and automatic level.
  • Use levels, plumb bobs, framing squares to get formwork square and level.
  • Verified trueness of structure, using plumb bob and level.
  • Operated various carpentry tool, used level and plumb bob.
  • Contributed to all aspects of framing and finish carpentry Verified trueness of structure with plumb bob and carpenter's level.
  • Prepared layout, and assembled cut and shaped materials Verified trueness of structure with plumb bob and carpenter's level.
  • Iverified the trueness of structures using a plumb bob and level.
  • Verified trueness of structure, usingplumb bob and level.

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26. Acoustical Ceilings

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Here's how Acoustical Ceilings is used in Carpenter jobs:
  • Quality-oriented professional skilled at integrating metal stud frames, drywall and acoustical ceilings into key projects.
  • Install acoustical ceilings when necessary.
  • Coordinate operating concepts and methods used in rough framing, drywall, doors, hardware, acoustical ceilings and finish carpentry.
  • Job description: Metal framing, drywall hanging, finishing, acoustical ceilings, point up, painting, punch list.
  • Metal studs, Drywall, Wall layout, Installing of Sound Panels, Hollow Metal Door Jambs, Installing of Acoustical Ceilings
  • Metal Framing, sheet-rocking, doors windows, concrete finishing, form and pour footings, acoustical ceilings, scaffold erecting.
  • Worked on acoustical ceilings, installed metal door bucks, windows, floors, stairs and other diversified jobs.
  • Performed wood framing, metal studs, drywall, acoustical ceilings, flooring, concrete, and masonry.
  • Repaired existing framing, drywall, acoustical ceilings or completing renovations in occupied active work space.
  • Installed shaft walls, drywall and acoustical ceilings, fiberglass (GRG) columns and molding.
  • Metal stud framing, drywall installation, and install cabinets, doors, acoustical ceilings.
  • Lay out, framing, hang and finish drywall, trim, and acoustical ceilings.
  • Metal stud framing, setting doors and hardware, drywall, hanging and acoustical ceilings.
  • Carpenter: Assisted in managing project installing metal framing, drywall and acoustical ceilings.
  • Metal stud work and suspended acoustical ceilings were a large percentage of our work
  • Utilized metal studs to frame buildings, hung drywall, and acoustical ceilings
  • Remodeled office space including framing, drywall, finishing and acoustical ceilings.
  • Hang drywall Acoustical ceilings Tape and float door frame systems Pour concrete
  • Performed major and minor framing, installed drywall and hung acoustical ceilings
  • Framed and hung drywall, demolition, acoustical ceilings, and trimming

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27. Building Materials

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Here's how Building Materials is used in Carpenter jobs:
  • Learned to work professionally, safely, and efficiently through various construction applications with different building materials.
  • Identified and distributed building materials to appropriate locations.
  • Provided quantity take-offs of building materials
  • Operated a telescopic forklift to organize and distribute building materials, also responsible for elevating workers to heights of 35 feet.
  • Used a wide variety of power tools, in order to cut and strategically place building materials to complete the residency.
  • Attend to trouble calls for emergency repairs to building components and structures made of wood and other building materials.
  • Constructed foundations for machines, using hand tools and building materials such as wood cement, and steel.
  • Measure, cut, and install a variety of building materials in both the commercial and residential sectors.
  • Operated a Forklift to bring building materials to higher floors.build stairs on both rough and form carpentry
  • Work with metric and building materials, exerting ideas for creating different looks throughout different communities.
  • Identified, handled, and managed the purchasing of a vast assortment of building materials.
  • Completed estimates, schedules, orders of all required building materials and coordinated crew activities.
  • Cut, shaped, painted, and installed building materials during the construction of buildings.
  • Job Duties: Managing building materials for each job to include scheduling deliveries of goods.
  • Developed a solid knowledge of an array of tools, hardware and building materials.
  • Loaded, unloaded and distributed building materials to appropriate location according to project plans.
  • Acquired knowledge of an extensive array of tools, hardware and building materials.
  • Read drawings, developed material lists, picked up and delivered building materials.
  • Transported all tools, equipment and building materials to and from work sites.
  • Load, unload, or identify building materials, machinery, or tools.

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28. Wooden Fixtures

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Here's how Wooden Fixtures is used in Carpenter jobs:
  • Build, install, or repair wooden fixtures, such as cabinets.
  • Installed doors, Doors hardware metal Frames and other wooden fixtures.
  • Installed doors, screen doors and other wooden fixtures.
  • Build and repair cabinet doors, frameworks, floors and other wooden fixtures.
  • Build or repair cabinets, doors, frameworks, floors, and other wooden fixtures.
  • Make and repair schools, homes, office furniture, and wooden fixtures, perform mill and cabinetwork.

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29. Dowel Pins

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Here's how Dowel Pins is used in Carpenter jobs:
  • Assemble and fasten wood and alternate materials using hand tools and wood screws, nails, dowel pins, and glue.
  • Assembled cut and shaped materials and fastened them together with nails, dowel pins, and glue.
  • Used many fasteners to attach materials, including screws, nails, dowel pins and glue.
  • Assembled cut and shaped materials and fastened them together with nails, dowel pins, or glue.
  • Shape or cut materials to specified measurements using hand tools and wood screws, nails, dowel pins, or glue.
  • Assembled cut and shaped materials and fastened them together with nails, dowel pins, and glue.

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30. Defective Parts

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Here's how Defective Parts is used in Carpenter jobs:
  • Razed buildings and removed damaged/defective parts or sections of structures and salvaged all useful/reusable materials.
  • Remove and replace damaged or defective parts per company procedures to ensure high quality end product.
  • Replaced defective parts of machine or adjust clearance and alignment of moving parts.
  • Remove damaged or defective parts and structural sections and repaired and replaced same.
  • Demolished structures and removed damaged or defective parts or sections of structures.
  • Repair or replace damaged or defective parts of existing structures.
  • Assisted to remove defective parts from structures for repair.
  • Removed damaged or defective parts and replaced them.
  • Remove damaged or defective parts or sections of structures and repair or replace, including wooden, brick, and sheetmetal.
  • Removed defective parts of structures and repaired or replaced them Filled cracks with plaster or plasterboard and sand patched
  • Removedamaged or defective parts or sections of structures and repair or replace, usinghand tools.

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31. Door Hardware

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Here's how Door Hardware is used in Carpenter jobs:
  • Installed door hardware, baseboards, trimmed chair rail, pilasters, set service and work counters, and lamination.
  • Accomplished work on commercial renovations on campus, metal studs, Hanging metal doors, commercial door hardware, drywall.
  • Frame and hang sheet rock, install windows, doors and door hardware, install acoustical ceilings and tile
  • Installed structures and fixtures such as windows, doors, drilled and set door hardware, molding.
  • Performed drilling and setting door hardware, setting windows, and layout for stairs and common rafters.
  • Experience in finish work like base molding, hanging doors, pocket doors, door hardware.
  • Installed drywall, doors and door hardware, wood moldings, bath fixtures, and accessories.
  • Repair or replace door hardware such as locks, latches, hinges, and weather stripping.
  • Perform Journey level work installing door hardware, windows, panel walls, ceiling and guardrails.
  • Developed proficiency in stain-grade trim work, hanging doors and drilling and setting door hardware.
  • Obtained experience soundproofing rooms, installing security devices, and other electronic door hardware.
  • Installed finish items such as door hardware, toilet accessories, and TV brackets.
  • Installed fire extinguisher cabinets, doors/door hardware, grab-1bars and metal access doors.
  • Set door jams, install door hardware, and performed general carpentry.
  • Punch list, lighting remodels, stair railing and door hardware.
  • Trim packages, Install doors and door hardware, Bathroom Hardware,
  • Install, repair door hardware/mortise locks/ exit devices maintenance repair.
  • Metal stud and wood framing, drywall and door hardware.
  • Installed door hardware as listed in the spec book.
  • Installed windows as well as doors and door hardware.

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32. Counter Tops

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Here's how Counter Tops is used in Carpenter jobs:
  • Cut and polished granite counter tops-Removed/Installed subzero and other appliances-Completed rough and finish carpentry-Built and installed cabinets-Drove fork lift
  • Manufacture and installation of commercial and residential cabinetry and counter tops.
  • Installed cabinets/solid surface counter tops.
  • Performed residential renovations specialized in replacing floors, counter tops, siding, roofs, doors, plumbing and painting.
  • Mixed cement, laid tiles, and grout as well as installed tile floors, showers, and counter tops.
  • Trim carpenter, duties include all interior trim, install cabinets, counter tops, staircases and interior doors.
  • Assisted with new home construction projects, including installing windows, doors, cabinets, and counter tops.
  • Carpenter Local 1281 Journeyman Carpenter Finish Work Installing cabinets, counter tops, decorative paneling, and trim.
  • Frame metal stud walls, hang drywall install doors and frames, install cabinets and counter tops, install
  • Performed renovations, stick framing, trim and interior, counter tops for cabinets, install cabinets.
  • Helped make counter tops and cabinets and made sure they were up to code and properly constructed.
  • Installed floors, cabinets, counter tops, windows and doors for customers inside of their homes.
  • Installed counter tops, cut forms and adhered coverings to various shapes and types of surfaces.
  • Installed counter tops, table tops and desktops of marble, granite and other special applications.
  • Install, refinish, sand and seal high-end concrete and stainless steel counter tops and fireplaces.
  • Performed installation of hardwood flooring and worked on installing counter tops for schools and offices.
  • Installed granite counter tops and vanity tops, as well as all required finish work.
  • Installed cabinets, counter tops, hot tubs, rough in, and finish work.
  • Build and install cabinets and counter tops, design and build commercial and residential furniture
  • Install cabinets and counter tops, flooring, ceiling and trim, etc.

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33. Hardwood Floors

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Here's how Hardwood Floors is used in Carpenter jobs:
  • Assist with construction laborer, laying tile, hardwood floors, paint, sanding, turn and grove, and installed fixtures
  • Concrete flat work and forms to hardwood floors, custom moldings to drywall-skim coat by trowel and knock over.
  • Worked with trim, cabinetry, tile work, and hardwood floors in new houses and remodels.
  • Specialized in siding and roofing, finish carpentry, hardwood floors, cabinetry, mantles, etc.
  • Installed exterior doors, windows, skylights and interior trim, hardwood floors and pocket doors.
  • Remove, install or resurface and refinish Hardwood floors ceramic flooring, vinyl flooring etc
  • Installed hardwood floors, baseboards and adjusted locks on doors and sliding doors.
  • Installed interior and exterior trim, built stairs, and laid hardwood floors.
  • Install Hardwood Floors and Refurbishing, Painting, Trim Work and Decks.
  • Applied carpentry skills for interior trim, hardwood floors and painting.
  • Hanged drywall as required, hardwood floors and perform drywall finishing.
  • Installed trim work, hardwood floors, and windows throughout homes.
  • Installed doors, windows, i-beams, tiled and hardwood floors.
  • Experience in placing tile, carpeting, and hardwood floors.
  • Read and utilize floor plans to install the hardwood floors.
  • Installed ceramic & marble, vinyl, and hardwood floors.
  • Installed hardwood floors, made cabinets & installed them.
  • Install various doors, windows, and hardwood floors.
  • Installed hardwood floors on the boat docks and patios.
  • Sanded, edged, and buffed hardwood floors.

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34. Nail Guns

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Here's how Nail Guns is used in Carpenter jobs:
  • Use of many power tools, such as sanders, circular saws, nail guns, squares, levels and chisels.
  • Use machinery and tools such as drills, table saws, and nail guns, to prep and build custom cabinets.
  • Table saw, Extension ladder, Pneumatic Tools; Air Compressor, Air Hose, Air-powered Nail Guns, Paint Sprayer.
  • Learned to use a variety of power tools such as nail guns, skill saws, drills, etc.
  • Used and maintained mechanical tools, including circular saws, chop saws, nail guns, and air compressors.
  • Used circular saw, jigsaw, reciprocating saw, and nail guns, along with many other hand tools.
  • Operate a variety of tools, including power saws, nail guns, scissor lifts, and pneumatic equipment.
  • Cut materials to specified measurements, using hand tools, power saws, nail guns, ram sets.
  • Worked with all different types of power and hand tools, power saws, nail guns, welding machines
  • Operate forklift, drills, saws, pneumatic nail guns, and other various power tools and equipment.
  • Utilized power tools, hand saws, miter saws, drills, rotors, nail guns, and compressors
  • Used all tools necessary to complete jobs such as skill saws, nail guns, measuring tape.
  • Operated wood working equipment, nail guns, sky track, table saw, drills and levels.
  • Measure, Use nail guns, power saws, read blueprints and make specific cuts for lumber.
  • Operated all necessary hand tools to accomplish these tasks from circular saws to pneumatic nail guns.
  • Operated wide variety of equipment including power saws, nail guns, drills and basic hand tools
  • Cleaned/maintained tools so that compressors, nail guns, etc., stayed in excellent working condition.
  • Use circular saws, reciprocating saws, nail guns, sander and other power tools as required
  • Have used hammer and nails as well as pneumatic nail guns to install shingles and siding.
  • Pile driving expert and skilled with chain saw, nail guns, and all carpentry tools.

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35. Hvac

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Here's how Hvac is used in Carpenter jobs:
  • Performed new construction framing (reading blue prints) installed fresh water and waste plumbing, installed HVAC unit and duct.
  • Repair and replace plumbing, electrical issues, HVAC, drywall, roofing, landscaping on residential and commercial properties.
  • Complete update and restoration of 218 year old building including plumbing, electrical, HVAC, and fire suppression system.
  • Build stick frame homes * Train new inexperienced carpenter trainees * Left after completing HVAC training, to work in field
  • Metal framing, dry wall prep to finish, HVAC duct installation, operate skid steer and scissor lift.
  • Installed electrical wiring, phone lines, data lines, rough plumbing, and performed minor HVAC installation.
  • Supervised 1 to 3 hourly employees, construction management; framing, concrete, electrical, HVAC, plumbing
  • Perform basic duties in all related building trades (plumbing, carpentry, HVAC, etc.)
  • Performed journeymen level work in carpentry, plumbing, electrical, HVAC, drywall and painting.
  • Installed HVAC systems for schools, banks, and government offices that shipped to different states.
  • Arrange for subcontractors to deal with special areas such as HVAC and electrical wiring work.
  • Experience in framing, roofing, siding, electrical, HVAC, and finishing.
  • Provided carpentry, masonry, painting, and HVAC installation on the Embassy.
  • Perform routine maintenance tasks and repairs including electrical, plumbing, and HVAC.
  • Worked with sub-contractors, such as electricians, plumbers, and HVAC installers.
  • Carpenter, Plumbing, Electrical, Drywall, Painting, Maintenance, HVAC.
  • Remodel homes, Flooring, Electrical, Plumbing, HVAC basic, roofing.
  • Experience in HVAC, plumbing, electrical, and painting repairs.
  • Frame and build drop openings in ceilings for HVAC air units.
  • Light electrical, plumbing, HVAC and many other miscellaneous skills.

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36. Ceramic Tile

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Here's how Ceramic Tile is used in Carpenter jobs:
  • General renovations; ceramic tile installation; garbage disposal installation
  • Use measurement and layout skills to design and build custom borders using vinyl or ceramic tiles as well as other materials.
  • Installed flooring, ceramic tile, gypsum, hardware, shelving, doors, windows, and cabinetry.
  • Installed cabinets, crown molding, residential and commercial doors, windows, stone and ceramic tile.
  • Build custom wood decks and fences; install ceramic tile and laminate flooring; refinish hardwood floors.
  • Dry wall sheet rock, ceramic tiles for bathroom walls, plastering, painting and floor sanding.
  • Build & installed wooden products (doors, cabinets, etc) Installed ceramic tile flooring.
  • Remodel, Build, and repaired, Hardwood Flooring, Ceramic Tile, and Dry Walling.
  • Lay ceramic tile in offices and replaced damaged ceiling tile, floor tile and wall coverings.
  • Skilled and knowledgeable in ceramic tile, linoleum, marble and gutter repair and installation.
  • Specialized in Kitchen remodels, Trim work, Privacy fences, and Ceramic tile floors.
  • Obtained and completed jobs that required skill in carpentry roofing landscaping laying ceramic tile electrical work
  • Repair resident damage such a hardwood floors, ceramic tile, sheet rock, etc.
  • Counter top installer, cabinets, ceramic tile, all phases of Maintenance and remodeling.
  • Hang drywall, install doors, paint, lay ceramic tile for commercial and residential
  • Maintain and install all types of hard wood floors, carpeting and ceramic tile.
  • Maintained and installed flooring (carpet, wood, vinyl, ceramic tiles).
  • Install various types of flooring to include hardwood, ceramic tile and laminate.
  • Installed drop ceiling, vinyl and ceramic tile, and carpet when necessary.
  • Performed proficiently in several remodel tasks including ceramic tile, and drywall finish.

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37. Rough Carpentry

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Here's how Rough Carpentry is used in Carpenter jobs:
  • Performed Journeyman level Rough Carpentry associated with the construction of residential and commercial buildings.
  • Sub-contracted for various General Contractors or Home Builders providing rough carpentry of residential housing.
  • Performed various rough carpentry tasks ensuring projects accurately completed while meeting deadlines.
  • Job entailed Rough Carpentry of commercial and residential buildings
  • Performed rough carpentry on residential and commercial projects.
  • Provided rough carpentry for residential and commercial projects.
  • Experienced in all phases of rough carpentry including but not limited to framing, stair construction, siding, and roofing.
  • Involved in projects including rough carpentry, kitchen installation, siding, roofing, window installation, and rough electrical.
  • Form Carpentry Construction level, Rough Carpentry, Punch out work, Finish Carpentry, & on site safety correspondence.
  • Installed locks, doors, rough carpentry, build walls, paint common areas of a 350,000 square foot building.
  • Perform excavation, concrete work, and rough carpentry; finish work, drywall, tiling and painting.
  • General carpentry including renovation, remodeling of bathrooms and living rooms, rough carpentry, and deck building.
  • Applied knowledge of rough carpentry, finish carpentry, framing, roofing, house wrap flashing and siding.
  • Involved with many aspects of construction including rough carpentry, finish carpentry, light electrical and plumbing.
  • Applied knowledge of wood refinishing, rough carpentry, finish carpentry, framing, roofing and siding.
  • Participated in rough carpentry, dry wall, cabinet installation and all other aspects of finish carpentry.
  • Performed rough carpentry consisting of framing, forming, safety rail, temporary barricades and roof curbs.
  • Applied knowledge of rough carpentry, framing, roofing, concrete form building, and concrete placement.
  • Job Duties: All minor work order tasks, laminate work, finish and rough carpentry work.
  • Performed and assisted with framing, roof and stair building, and various rough carpentry tasks.

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38. Fasten Materials

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Here's how Fasten Materials is used in Carpenter jobs:
  • Assemble and fasten materials together to construct wood or metal framework of structure using bolts, nails, or screws.
  • Assemble and fasten materials such as wall shelves, bookshelves, stairs, and access panels.
  • Assemble and fasten materials to make frameworks or props.
  • Assemble and fasten materials to make framework or props, using hand/power tools and specific fastening materials.
  • 86003Assembled and fasten materials to make framework or props.
  • Assemble and fasten materials together.

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39. Floor Tile

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Here's how Floor Tile is used in Carpenter jobs:
  • Inspect ceiling or floor tile, wall coverings, siding, glass, or woodwork to detect broken or damaged structures.
  • Inspect ceiling or floor tile, wall coverings, siding, glass, and woodwork for rental properties and flip prospects.
  • Completed designated work such as laying floor tile, electrical and plumbing work in residential and on college campuses.
  • Install glass in windows, doors and partitions; replace damaged ceiling and floor tile and other damaged equipment.
  • Draft plans for and, layout and install custom made on site cabinets as well as floor tiles.
  • Inspect ceilings or floor tile wall coverings siding glass and wood work to disconnect damage structure.
  • Helped with drywall, floor tile, cabinets, hung doors and install some hardware.
  • Installed and repaired all locks; performed layout and installation of floor tile.
  • Worked on installing laminate flooring, floor tiles, and kitchen and bath tile
  • Repaired drywall, installed ceiling tile and floor tile, hung doors and painted
  • Installed and repaired floor tiles, ceiling tiles, setting up Christmas shop.
  • Installed floor tile, acoustical ceiling tile, cabinets and sound/temperature control insulation.
  • Cut and lay floor tile, grouting, pulling and laying carpet.
  • Install ceiling and floor tile, replace broken windows (glazing).
  • Inspect ceiling or floor tile and woodwork to detect broken or damaged structures
  • Installed carper, floor tiles and wall borders for commercial facilities.
  • Install cabinets, siding, and ceramic wall and floor tile.
  • Moved and repaired dorm furniture; replaced dorm floor tiles.
  • Replaced damaged ceiling tile, floor tile and wall coverings.
  • Repair drywall and floor tile repair also priming and painting

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40. Tape Measure

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Here's how Tape Measure is used in Carpenter jobs:
  • Job Description - Ensure the materials are cut to the correct length using tape measures, speed squares, and blueprints.
  • Measure and mark surfaces to lay out work, according to blueprints or drawings, using tape measures, straightedges or squares
  • Learned to use a tape measure got training using various construction tools, and experience on chemical hazards and chemical compounds.
  • Measure and mark cutting lines on materials, using a tape measure, pencil, chalk, and marking gauge.
  • Measured and marked location of studs and receptacle openings, using tape measure, template, and marker.
  • Skilled at using tape measures and other measuring devices and apply blue prints to the job at hand.
  • Measured and marked cutting lines on materials using tape measures, squares, levels and protractors.
  • Operated carpentry tools including saws, drills, air hammers, planners and tape measure.
  • Used various power and hand tools such as saws, tape measure, levels etc.
  • Coordinated drywall and trim, using tape measure, straightedge or square and making devices.
  • Learned How to read a tape measure and cut wood for back of the ambulance.
  • Measured and cut materials to conform to blueprints, using tape measure and or laser.
  • Be able to read a tape measure and use heavy duty power equipment tools.
  • Used template and tape measure to determine locations of leaders studs and receptacle openings.
  • Can read tape measure, operate nail gun, all types of saws.
  • Gained experience in the uses of power tools and reading tape measures.
  • Measured cut materials to determine conformance to specifications, using tape measure.
  • Utilize tape measure and other various templates, leaders, and markers
  • Used tape measure to accurately measure length of wood trim.
  • Measure boards, timber, and plywood using tape measure.

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41. Construction Sites

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Here's how Construction Sites is used in Carpenter jobs:
  • Executed daily operations of cleaning construction sites to eliminate possible hazards.
  • Performed various carpentry functions at construction sites
  • Performed demolitions at construction sites.
  • Delivered numerous supplies to construction sites
  • Inspect work in progress to ensure that work conforms to specifications and that construction sites are clean and ready to operate.
  • Examine and inspect work progress, equipment, and construction sites to verify safety and to ensure that specifications are met.
  • Installed rails, stairs and balusters, loaded and unloaded building materials, and prepared and cleaned construction sites.
  • Prepare construction sites, signal equipment operators, lubricate, or repair machinery, mix ingredients to create compounds.
  • Developed knowledge of construction processes and materials over course of decade I spent in and around construction sites.
  • Clean or prepare construction sites to eliminate possible hazards, including removal of vegetation, trees or snow.
  • Work on new home construction sites in various Monmouth and Ocean county development communities and custom homes.
  • Performed concrete work, surveyed construction sites, framed, dry walled, roofed, siding & remodeling
  • Produced thorough, clean and excellent work on construction sites such as home renovations and additions.
  • Worked on construction sites, inside buildings, in factories, and in small woodworking shops.
  • Use of a variety of power tools and equipment, cleaning and preparing the construction sites.
  • Provided labor for tear out through finishing work on construction sites specializing in remodeling projects.
  • Build according to blueprints and hospital codes along with terminal cleaning of construction sites.
  • Removed debris to prepare and maintain construction sites, and create safe working environments.
  • Assist with carpentry of building structures for residential, business, and construction sites.
  • Examined and inspected work progress, equipment and construction sites to verify safety.

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42. Ground Level

low Demand
Here's how Ground Level is used in Carpenter jobs:
  • Assist Field Craftsmen in framing walls, erecting roof trusses, erect scaffolding and ladders for assembling structures above ground level.
  • Put up scaffolding and ladders when building above ground level.
  • Erected scaffolding or ladders to perform tasks above ground level.
  • Complete all electrical wiring from ground level throughout entire house.
  • Assembled scaffolding and utilized ladders when building above ground level.
  • Work environment ranged from below ground level to 44 stories.
  • Erected scaffolding and ladders for assembling structures above ground level.
  • Erected safe scaffolding for structures above ground level
  • Constructed forms and chutes for pouring concrete Erected scaffolding and ladders for assembling structures above ground level
  • Frame and build decks ground level and two story.
  • Experienced in constructing from ground level and up Supervised and managed employees.

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43. Proper Tools

low Demand
Here's how Proper Tools is used in Carpenter jobs:
  • Organized/Retrieved/Maintained proper tools for projects.
  • Organized assigned tasks and ordered the proper tools and material needed to complete the job correctly and on schedule.
  • Use of proper tools, procedures, and safety practices, Working with others in a team effort.
  • Followed through with competent execution of project plans by providing proper tools, equipment to all personnel.
  • Planned and executed work with the proper tools and materials to perform the task or project.
  • Use a variety of proper tools and equipment to ensure build of quality products.
  • Utilize proper tools and materials to complete job in a safe timely manner.
  • Construct scaffold with proper tools, and procedure with crew.
  • Used proper tools needed to complete these tasks.
  • Determined the proper tools and equipment processes.
  • Use proper tools and safety on job.
  • Plan work and select proper tools.

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44. Different Types

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Here's how Different Types is used in Carpenter jobs:
  • Follow blueprints for designing, building, installing and repairing structures, using different types of materials including wood and steal.
  • Designed, build, install, and repair structures, fixtures, and other items using different types of materials.
  • Identified different types and sizes of building materials; including doors, windows, drywall, lumber, etc.
  • Complete construction of decks and screened porches in many styles using different types of wood and composite materials.
  • Performed different types of carpentry work including framing, dry wall, roofing, masonry, and electrical.
  • Implemented different types of measuring devices ex: tape rules, calipers, and laser guides.
  • Have a working knowledge of different types of carpentry tools and how to use them safely.
  • Hang drywall, taped and float walls.-Paint interior walls.-Different types of flooring-Hang ceiling grid.
  • Operated different types of equipment such as pavement breakers, jackhammers and power tools.
  • Used different types of hand and power tools to complete installation of stairs.
  • Skilled with a wide variety of different types of power tools and equipment.
  • Learned different types of wood used in building and layout of floor plans.
  • Work with different types of material to build homes and also decks.
  • Build scaffolding and ladders needed for hanging different types of wooden siding.
  • Machine Operator -Worked on different types of lathes and drill presses.
  • Performed different types of construction from siding to frame work.
  • Performed a variety of different types of carpentry work.
  • Use multiple different types of saws to cut material.
  • Operated different types of machinery including lulls and tractors.
  • Perform tasks with different types of woodworking tools.

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45. General Labor

low Demand
Here's how General Labor is used in Carpenter jobs:
  • General labor Painting Roofing Installing doors and hardware Sheetrock finishing Concrete
  • Performed general labor/carpentry operations, including repairs and preventative maintenance.
  • Provided general labor for commercial construction in renovation.
  • General Labor and Carpentry for commercial construction.
  • General labor in a construction setting/Carpentry.
  • General laborer for a small construction company
  • General labor Total apartment renovation.
  • Installed acoustic ceilings and general labor
  • Do demo and framing and install cabinets, drywall, stucco, pavement and general labor and drive to different locations.
  • Worked as a General Laborer out of Local 53 for ICR Construction in St. Louis, Missouri from 1995 to 2002.
  • General laborers are often required to work outside in all kinds of weather or in buildings without heating or air conditioning.
  • Performed all general labor duties of carpentry such as build walls, trusses, operated machinery, plywood and tar roofing.
  • Job Duties:Framing, Drywall, Sheathing, Layout, General Labor and Aviation Maintenance in the Jet Shop.
  • Installed fire resistance panels, wall guards, applied silicone seal adhesive around the doors and performed general laborer duties.
  • Supervised crews of up to 20 master carpenters, journeymen, drywall hangers, foundation and general labor personnel.
  • Set up and removed the forms for concrete to be poured, removed material and general laborer duties.
  • Completed various tasks on all phases of construction, including general labor, carpentry, roofing and drywall.
  • Dig or direct digging of post holes and set poles to support structures Skills Used Carpentry, General Laborer
  • Promoted from general laborer to carpenter in much less time and with less experience than fellow co-workers.
  • General labor- responsibilities concluded of carrying materials to the necessary spot where they would be used.

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46. Room Additions

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Here's how Room Additions is used in Carpenter jobs:
  • Participated in construction projects involving demolition, framing and building room additions.
  • Read Blueprints For Construction of New Homes, Room Additions, Framing, Roofing, Siding, Trim, Restoration
  • Assisted with high-end residential remodeling projects, from basic tasks to complex, full room additions and renovations.
  • Applied knowledge of carpentry in building decks, garages, and room additions and various types of remodeling.
  • Completed room additions, framing, full kitchens (including remodels), full baths and remodels.
  • Designed and built various projects; clubhouses, bath, kitchen, room additions and laundry rooms.
  • Framed room additions; installed doors and windows; responsible for interior trim work and masonry.
  • Created built-in storage space, book cases, small room additions to houses and cabinets.
  • Provided extensive renovations, constructed room additions, constructed patios, roofing and fences.
  • Tile & hardwood flooring, room additions, decks, doors & windows, siding
  • Worked at family business in hometown doing siding, windows, and room additions.
  • Work with customer to remold homes or room additions within a set budget.
  • Carpenter, general carpentry for custom room additions and remodeling of local homes.
  • Complete Home Remodeling and Renovation; as well as Garages and Room Additions.
  • Performed carpentry work for room additions, roofing, and finish work.
  • Created built-in storage space, book cases, room additions, etc.
  • Helped design room additions, kitchens, baths, landscaping, decks
  • Remodel kitchens and bathrooms, room additions, painting, drywall.
  • Worked on home improvement projects, remodeling and room additions.
  • Carpenter Build houses, room additions, and decks.

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47. Building Frameworks

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Here's how Building Frameworks is used in Carpenter jobs:
  • Handled the tasks of building frameworks including partitions, joists, studding and rafters.
  • Attach sheets of metal to roof boards or building frameworks when installing metal roofs.
  • Construct building frameworks, such as windows, doors, floors and walls.
  • Construct and repair building frameworks and structures.
  • Construct building frameworks, including walls 17.50 /hour
  • Construct and repair building frameworks and structures such as stairways, doorframes, partitions, and rafters.
  • Construct building frameworks, including wall studs, floor joist, and dorrframes.
  • Construct building frameworks, including walls and doorframes.
  • Construct building frameworks, including wall studs, floor joists, and doorframes Instruct and direct laborers and other construction helpers
  • Construct building frameworks, including walls, floors and doorframes Install structures and fixtures.
  • Clean up, unload materials, Construct building frameworks Haul off trash

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48. Band Saws

low Demand
Here's how Band Saws is used in Carpenter jobs:
  • Utilized band saws and circular saws, grinders, sanders and drills to cut materials to meet customer specifications.
  • Assisted apprentices in safely handling heavy power tools such as band saws, grinders, planers & joiners.
  • Operated table saws, band saws, miter saws, pneumatic tools and drill sets to complete projects.
  • Repaired/maintained all shop tools, including table saws, band saws, nail guns, and drills.
  • Operate power tools including saws, drills, jack hammers, jig saws, band saws, and drill presses.
  • Use ofspecialty tools such as routers, scroll saws, band saws and planers.
  • Operated varied hand tools, saws, routers, shapers, joiners, band saws, edge banders and operated forklifts.
  • table saws, band saws and hand tools..

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49. Custom Doors

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Here's how Custom Doors is used in Carpenter jobs:
  • Fabricated custom doors for residential homes using blueprints to meet customer specifications.
  • Work with a team to build custom doors from raw lumber to finished product.
  • Install all types of custom doors, cabinetry, and hardware according to blueprints.
  • Design and build custom doors and windows in accordance to customers needs.
  • Constructed custom doors and windows from intricate plans.
  • Build and hang custom doors and frames.
  • Installed custom doors and frames.
  • Framed and constructed custom doors.
  • Build and install custom doors and furniture for custom homebuilders in the Sarasota and Lakewood Ranch area.
  • Installed drywall, ceilings, trim and hung custom doors, frames and insulations.
  • Install custom doors,windows,trim,cabinets and all other aspects of luxury home remodeling.

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50. Floor Joists

low Demand
Here's how Floor Joists is used in Carpenter jobs:
  • House Leveling - Installed floor joists and a new support beam and utilized five hydraulic jacks to level badly off-level house.
  • Constructed house foundations, and then framed up the box the floor joists according to interpreted plans.
  • Read architectural plans to accurately lay out floor joists, wall plates, and roof trusses.
  • Cut floor out of second story part of house and put temporary beams under floor joists.
  • Repaired and maintained older properties Installed floor joists, trusses and rafters.
  • Repaired weakened floors by re-structuring the deck boards and floor joists.
  • Framed interior and exterior walls, rafters and floor joists.
  • Installed end plates, floor joists and plywood floor.
  • Removed flooring down to the floor joists and replaced.
  • Start by assembling floor joists square and level.
  • Installed floor joists, trusses and rafters.
  • Installed new floor joists, reinforced existing.
  • Set floor joists, laid sub-floors.
  • Set floor joists and trusses.
  • Installed floor joists, trusses and rafters.Cut timber, panels and other materials according to measured dimensions.
  • Frame work, ceiling and floor joists, decking, roofing, sheetrock, insulation and cabinets.
  • Set windows and layouts for stairs and common rafters Installed floor joists, trusses and rafters.
  • Constructed building framework, including wall studs, floor joists, doorframes, and roof trellis.
  • Installed floor joists,trusses and rafters
  • Installed floor joists, trusses andrafters.

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20 Most Common Skill for a Carpenter

Door Installation17.3%
Install Windows14.1%
Drywall Repair11.6%
Repair Cabinets7.8%
New Homes6.8%
Safety Procedures6.5%
Hand Tools5%
General Carpentry4.6%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Carpenter

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Door Installation
Door Installation
14.6%
14.6%
2
2
Install Windows
Install Windows
11.8%
11.8%
3
3
Drywall Repair
Drywall Repair
9.8%
9.8%
4
4
Repair Cabinets
Repair Cabinets
6.6%
6.6%
5
5
New Homes
New Homes
5.7%
5.7%
6
6
Safety Procedures
Safety Procedures
5.5%
5.5%
7
7
Hand Tools
Hand Tools
4.2%
4.2%
8
8
General Carpentry
General Carpentry
3.9%
3.9%
9
9
Project Layout
Project Layout
3.8%
3.8%
10
10
New Construction
New Construction
3.7%
3.7%
11
11
Job Site
Job Site
2.3%
2.3%
12
12
Sheetrock
Sheetrock
2.2%
2.2%
13
13
Kitchen Cabinets
Kitchen Cabinets
2%
2%
14
14
Customer Service
Customer Service
1.3%
1.3%
15
15
Building Plans
Building Plans
1.3%
1.3%
16
16
Heavy Equipment
Heavy Equipment
1.3%
1.3%
17
17
Residential Construction
Residential Construction
1.2%
1.2%
18
18
Door Frames
Door Frames
1%
1%
19
19
Osha
Osha
1%
1%
20
20
Residential Homes
Residential Homes
0.9%
0.9%
21
21
Safe Environment
Safe Environment
0.9%
0.9%
22
22
Demo
Demo
0.9%
0.9%
23
23
General Construction
General Construction
0.8%
0.8%
24
24
Custom Cabinets
Custom Cabinets
0.8%
0.8%
25
25
Plumb BOB
Plumb BOB
0.8%
0.8%
26
26
Acoustical Ceilings
Acoustical Ceilings
0.8%
0.8%
27
27
Building Materials
Building Materials
0.7%
0.7%
28
28
Wooden Fixtures
Wooden Fixtures
0.6%
0.6%
29
29
Dowel Pins
Dowel Pins
0.6%
0.6%
30
30
Defective Parts
Defective Parts
0.6%
0.6%
31
31
Door Hardware
Door Hardware
0.5%
0.5%
32
32
Counter Tops
Counter Tops
0.5%
0.5%
33
33
Hardwood Floors
Hardwood Floors
0.5%
0.5%
34
34
Nail Guns
Nail Guns
0.5%
0.5%
35
35
Hvac
Hvac
0.5%
0.5%
36
36
Ceramic Tile
Ceramic Tile
0.5%
0.5%
37
37
Rough Carpentry
Rough Carpentry
0.5%
0.5%
38
38
Fasten Materials
Fasten Materials
0.5%
0.5%
39
39
Floor Tile
Floor Tile
0.5%
0.5%
40
40
Tape Measure
Tape Measure
0.4%
0.4%
41
41
Construction Sites
Construction Sites
0.4%
0.4%
42
42
Ground Level
Ground Level
0.4%
0.4%
43
43
Proper Tools
Proper Tools
0.4%
0.4%
44
44
Different Types
Different Types
0.4%
0.4%
45
45
General Labor
General Labor
0.3%
0.3%
46
46
Room Additions
Room Additions
0.3%
0.3%
47
47
Building Frameworks
Building Frameworks
0.3%
0.3%
48
48
Band Saws
Band Saws
0.3%
0.3%
49
49
Custom Doors
Custom Doors
0.3%
0.3%
50
50
Floor Joists
Floor Joists
0.3%
0.3%

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