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Local Scottsdale, Arizona Carpenters:

Serving Scottsdale, AZ
Serving Scottsdale, AZ

DFG Builders Serving the Greater Phoenix Area Since 1988 Complete Remodels Bath and Kitchen Updates Decks Covered Porches Additions

Serving Scottsdale, AZ

EIP Restoration has 12 years experience in general contracting. With our experience we are able to take on any kind of job no matter how big or small. If you are looking to remodel your home, we will ...

Serving Scottsdale, AZ

First Response Home Services LLC is dedicated to you the customer, we make sure every job is done to perfection. With over 23 years experiance we are more than quilified to do anything and everything...

Serving Scottsdale, AZ
Serving Scottsdale, AZ

The Doorman, Inc. has built a solid reputation as one of Arizona’s most skilled carpentry contractors providing high quality results and custom workmanship. No matter the size or style of your home,...

Serving Scottsdale, AZ

" If you're not happy were not finished at Caudo Finish Carpentry LLC" With over 28 years experience, Caudo Finish Carpentry, LLC goes the extra mile for their customers and makes sure to do the job t...

Serving Scottsdale, AZ

We are a full service 'ON THE JOB' contracting company. We take on all size projects, everything from building a garage or room addition, to a complete energy efficient house custom designed. We spec...

25580 North 82nd St, Scottsdale, AZ, 85255

Rough and finish carpentry remodel kitchen, bath install doors and windows

Serving Scottsdale, AZ

Tri County Renovations, Inc. serving Greater Phoenix for all your home improvements. We specialize in everything from professional kitchen and bathroom remodeling, window and door installation and re...

Whether you already have wooden furniture or you’re considering having a Scottsdale, Arizona carpenter construct some for you, it’s important to know how to clean and treat the wood so that it lasts. In order to clean it properly, you have to know what type of finish the furniture has. Oiled furniture needs to be cleaned with a furniture cream or furniture oil every 6 months. Don’t wax it, because this can damage the wood. If your furniture has water spots, rub them away with dry baking soda and seal it with oil. Alternatively, your furniture might be polished and not oiled. According to Scottsdale carpentry contractors, any wood that’s treated with chemicals other than paint is considered polished. You can clean polished wood with a furniture cream, and wax and shine it with a chamois cloth.