One of the most important things when building a house is the frame, the skeleton of a house. This frame has to be made by professionals, it needs to be strong and sound because it supports the entire house, which means: Framing is not a joke!
Wood frame construction is one of the most popular methods for building homes in North America, and is quickly gaining popularity in the industrial and commercial sectors. Why? Wood framing is adaptable to virtually any architectural design, from modern to traditional. It's also cheap, it heats and cools, and it provides maximum comfort to the building's occupants once the project is finished.
Framing experts are the ones in charge of the first step when building a house. There are specialized framing contractors: some of them build only with wood that's already shaped, others prefer working with steel, and the third group is able to work with both materials.
A framing specialist must have hand and power tools and equipment to do the job. They are the ones you see with a belt full of gadgets such as hammers, nails, screws, measuring tapes and carpenter squares.
To cut the sheets of wood or steel, it is mandatory to have a table saw, a chop saw, circular saws, framing nailers, laser levels and cordless drills. Many framing contractors can also help you design the structure you want or fix any problem on an old frame.
As they say: it's best to leave it to the pros! Especially when you're looking for quality, responsibility, guarantee, and good service. At JobJar, we believe that's how it should be: simply done right. That's why we created a network that benefits both homeowners and qualified independent contractors (or skilled doers, as we like to call them). Here, they can connect directly with each other and solve all sorts of household problems or projects together.