There are generally two types of carpenters who will work on your Castaic home project, whether this is a room addition, a build from scratch, or a major remodel. Unfinished or rough carpenters build the frame (think skeleton) of the project while finish carpenters complete more intricate projects that require more precision, such as installing baseboards or kitchen cabinetry. Framers may also be needed to work on structures such as the bases of countertops, or for building the wood mold that is needed before concrete can be poured for a patio or driveway.
Factors that Influence the Cost of House Framing
The cost of hiring a rough framer to build a house frame or room addition depends on the materials used in your project (i.e., aluminum vs. wood), the size of the project, where you live, and the contractor you choose to hire. Price can also be influenced by whether or not a project will be multiple stories high, thus requiring the use of scaffolding to a greater degree.
Most contractors calculate the estimated price of your project according to a square footage formula that includes the costs of materials and labor.
A Successful Build Starts with Quality House Framing
At A-Z Vision Remodeling, we take pride in the exceptional quality of our work and the personal connection we build with every client to create an affordable and more enjoyable living experience in their home. To discuss your home building or improvement project and learn how our expertise will get your project off on the right foot, call us at (818) 616-3976 or complete our “Request a Quote” form.
A-Z Vision Remodeling has been family owned and locally operated for over 35 years, proudly serving Santa Clarita, Valencia, Castaic, Stevenson Ranch, Fillmore, Sunland, Sylmar, Granada Hills, Simi Valley, Thousand Oaks, Camarillo, Oxnard, Ventura, San Fernando, Burbank, Pasadena, Alta Dena, La Puente, Baldwin Park, Arcadia, Rancho Cucamonga, Pomona, Santa Paula, and surrounding Southern California communities.