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Dave's Carpentry

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“replacing pieces of cedar siding window trim extremely attentive to details always left work site clean at the end...”

1175 Brown Rd., Columbus, OH, 43223
Your home is an important investment, and Dave’s Carpentry takes pride in the quality workmanship and customer service we have to offer. We are experienced, creative and highly skilled. We always show up on and finish on time. Your home is left in pristine condition when we’re through. Dave’s ...

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When consulting with a Columbus, Ohio carpentry contractor or picking out your own wood, you should be aware that lumber is graded for quality. Natural finishes are graded either A or B, with grade A being free of blemishes and grade B containing a few minor blemishes. If the lumber has a painted finish it will be graded either C or D. Grade C contains more blemishes than grade B, but fewer than grade D. Beyond the finishes, Columbus carpenters also concern themselves with grading based on the size and number of clear cuts that can be obtained from a board. Higher grades require wider and longer cuttings than lower grades. The grades are numbered, with the lower number being the better wood.