Finish carpentry might seem simple but it's highly visible, and you need a certain level of woodworking skill to produce tight joints and level installations.
Some installtions require scribing. Scribing utilizes a small tool that looks like a compass. It works by transferring uneven wall lines to cabinets, or when other wooden parts such as mantels or trim fit against rock or masonry. Once the item is scribed, it can be cut to fit with a saw.
Attention to Detail
Stair railings, baseboard and casings, mantels, architectural moldings and everything related to finish carpentry should be solid and tight. Marku Carpentry checks for scratches, putty smears and dents or gaps, repairs them, and cleans up the mess before your project is complete.