WE ARE LICENSED, INSURED AND BONDED TO HANDLE YOUR COMPLETE KITCHEN AND BATHROOM PROJECT FROM START TO FINISH.
Here at Carpentry Time, Inc., we will hold your hand through the entire process, we not only hold a finishing carpentry license, but we also hold a cabinetry licensed “Class “CB”
As a specialty building contractor, we are licensed to carry out kitchens and bathroom projects including fabrication and installation of wood cabinets, countertops, bookshelves, and shelving. As a specialty building contractor we are permitted to subcontract with other licensed contractors for work directly related to the work set forth below, but which falls within the scope of another licensed trade:
(1) Electrical: directly related to the cabinetry work, removal and/or installation of receptacles, lights, switches, and wiring of appliances.
(2) Plumbing: directly related to the cabinetry work, removal and/or installation of sinks, faucets, and all fixtures or appliances.
(3) Mechanical: directly related to the cabinetry work, removal and/or installation of ducts and vent pipes for equipment.
(4) Ceramic tile: directly related to the cabinetry work.
(5) Gas: directly related to the cabinetry work, including liquefied petroleum and natural gas systems.
(6) Windows: directly related to the cabinetry work, involving existing openings, which are contiguous to the cabinetry work.
The Scope of Finishing Carpentry
Finished Carpentry Category–Class “FC”: The scope of work of a Class “FC” specialty building contractor shall include and be limited to cabinet installation, saunas, woodwork, wood floor surface materials, doors, non-structural framing, wood stairs, handrails, garage doors, and windows, and hardware incidental thereto, trim shelving, including soffits and fascias, siding, and related work. A Class “FC” specialty building contractor may pull permits for windows, doors, and garage doors.
Carpentry – Finish Contractors are those who have the knowledge and skill to install, maintain, alter or extend finish wood products and their modern replacement products, including but not limited to paneling, cabinets/shelving, wood flooring, stair treads, risers and handrails, interior doors and frames (excluding exterior windows) and all hardware incidental therein, and non-structural incidental framing modifications.