Custom Work & Case Studies
Whether building from scratch or restoring an existing feature, Trinity Custom Carpentry nails it every time.
This custom designed reception desk was handmade by Justin. The cubbies were sized for the devices that need to sit inside them. They can be charged while being securely locked up. Any time that you build a curved structure, you have to be able to bend the...
Older homes can be especially tricky to work in, because of all of the unseen problems behind the walls. This home's ceiling was removed and replaced, giving the home owner high ceilings that were well-supported and ready to go for another 100 years. The...
This customer had an infestation of carpenter ants. Due to the fact the client has a crawl space (used only for storage) the ants went un-noticed for months. This gave the insects plenty of time to dig deeply into the exterior structure of the home. The...
These pictures show a basement renovation from start to finish. This project entailed finishing a basement to create a space that could be rented for additional income.
The current sunroom was unsafe, having support issues due to rot and age. The sunroom now both adds living space to the home and value for resale. And the owner has a beautiful space in their home to enjoy.
A garage turned into usable space. This renovation consisted of framing, insulation, drywall, tape/mud, closets, shelving, flooring, doors, and windows.
This addition helped a family stay in the location that they loved while providing more room both inside and out for their growing family. The addition included a new master bedroom with ensuite, a sunroom and a deck.
The main level of the bungalow was sagging due to no structural support. Trinity assessed the problem, brought in the right kind of help and created the solution, before any permanent damage was done to the home.