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“Well Dressed” Wentworth Carpenters

Optimal Safety & Reliable Performance: Always Prepared During Construction

Here at Wentworth, we love seeing the final results of a remodeling or home addition project—and hearing how much the homeowners are enjoying their new space. But just as important as the end product is the construction phase.

It can get messy and chaotic during construction, but one thing remains constant, no matter the scope or size of the project: always being prepared and making safety a priority.

What Do Our Carpenters Wear?

Wentworth CarpenterWhatever the project details—whether it’s a kitchen addition, master bathroom update, or whole-house remodel—Wentworth carpenters are always prepared with the right equipment and dressed for safety. Meet Michael (pictured), one of our fantastic carpenters! He is wearing:

  • Full leather steel-toed boots
  • 12-ounce heavyweight cotton Carhartt heavy-duty pants (they have reinforced pockets and room for knee pads, offer storage for tools such as hammers, and do not rip or tear easily)
  • Husky tool belt to hold work gloves, box cutters, and more
  • Stanley FATMAX® tape measure
  • Wentworth t-shirt
  • Safety glasses

Our carpenters create amazing products, and having the right tools and clothing for safety help ensure smooth, hassle-free operation from start to finish.

Interested in learning more about the construction phases of Wentworth remodels? Read this blog post on how we keep homes clean and safe during remodeling.

Interested in viewing completed remodels and additions? View our gallery.

Interested in learning more about our services or starting a discussion about a remodel for your Washington, DC area home? Contact us today!

“ Hi Bruce,
All is well here and getting better every day. You and your team have been fantastic, and never once have I questioned myself as to whether I was doing the right thing. Everything is looking great and I hope that when we are finished that it meets or exceeds our expectations. Thank for your continued interest and efforts in making this project something about which we all, you, your team and me, can be proud. ”

Gail, Washington, DC