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Bryco Construction Co

2 Reviews

“The carpenter did finish work on natural wood trim. He also went in my crawl space to do some work. He was supposed ...”

Serving Seattle, WA License: BRICOCC132BT
Bryco Construction Co is an owner-operated business that prides itself on developing long-lasting relationships with its clients. Our reputation for excellence, honesty and reliability precedes us. We cover the gamut of carpentry services and repairs. We do additions, remodeling and also renovations...

Progressive Woodwork Inc.

Serving Seattle, WA License: PROGRWI940RE

Evans Carpentry & Home Improvement

5 Reviews

“built stairs and small deck Very easy to deal with, did the project right away, and affordable. would use Evans car...”

6621 Carleton Ave South, Seattle, WA 98108 License: evansch93404
10% percent off for cash payments for services rendered..

Another Star Construction

1 Review

“Very professional, work was done quickly and on-time. I would hire them again and refer them to my friends.”

Serving Seattle, WA License: ANOTHSC894DZ
Let us repair your deck or construct you a new one so that you can invite family and friends over to enjoy your own hospitality without paying those dining out prices! You can have an upper or ground level deck beautifully constructed of wood, pressurized wood, or composite material. You can also...

Rick's Handyman Services

3 Reviews

“Ricks did a fine job for vet resonable price. Yes we would recommend him.”

Serving Seattle, WA License: 601650301
Rick's handyman Services, We do just about any thing on your list, From pressure washing, deck building, painting, gutter cleaning, to hanging your Christmas lights. an bathroom repair, an flooring. We do jobs you don't have time for.

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If you’re looking to do a wood project on your own, it’s important to understand what kind of sandpaper you’ll need. There are many varieties available, and they generally fall under three categories: extra fine, medium and extra coarse. According to Seattle, Washington carpenters, the most common kind is medium, which is generally used in preparation for finishing or for removing varnish. Extra coarse is used to quickly remove material in an initial pass, and extra fine is used either to polish wood or to sand down the final finish. Seattle carpentry contractors stress that all sanding strokes should be made with the grain. If you make circular stroke or go against the grain, it will always result in scratches.