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Finishing
Interior & Exterior

Building or remodelling a structure involves several stages including planning, permits, development and finishing. This process protects the structural integrity of the building and ensures that quality standards are maintained.

Specializing in the final project details, a finishing carpenter ensures the doors and windows, trims and mouldings are installed correctly and are aesthetically pleasing to the eye. On the exterior of a home, the correct materials must be used and in wet climates be it pre-primed soffit boards or kiln-dried siding.

Finish carpenters are true craftsmen. They need to be competent builders, but they also require aesthetic skill and talent. A great finishing carpenter must know all the basics of building construction and take years to develop their fine craftsmanship skills. The work they do must be precise, uniformed and impressive.

Our focus: To provide quality finishing work

All carpenters at Boru are proficient in finishing and work with very fine tolerances. We provide finishing carpentry services in the Comox Valley for both interior and exterior work in both residential and commercial settings. We install all types of finishing carpentry related products from flex crown mouldings to doors and windows as well as exterior wooden guardrail systems, siding and soffits to name but a few. We will help you choose the right products and offer design ideas throughout the process.

Exterior Post and Beam Finishing Project

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Interior Ceiling Finishing Project

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The Process

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The Design

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