Carpentry is a skilled trade and the work of carpenters involve the cutting, shaping and installation of building materials during the construction of buildings, ships, timber bridges, etc. The finer trades of cabinet making and furniture building are also considered carpentry. Carpenters can learn their trade by apprenticeship training or by gaining work experience. Carpenters require training which involves both acquiring knowledge and physical practice. Tasks performed by carpenters include installing flooring, windows, doors, interior trim, cabinetry, roofing, framing, siding, flooring and wall partitions.
The suburb known as Aeroton can be located in the southern Johannesburg area of the Gauteng Province. The area is mostly industrial with warehouses and businesses, but there is also a small residential section. Aeroton is very well located close to main roads; the N1 Western Bypass borders the western side of the suburb, while the N12 runs past to the south of the area. Then you have the M1 passing by to the east of Aeroton…. more about Aeroton
Carpenters in Johannesburg Suburbs:
Abbotsford, Alexandra, Atholl, Benmore Gardens, Birdhaven, Bramley, Bruma, Bryanston, Cheltondale, Cyrildene, Edenburg, Elton Hill, Epsom Downs, Fairwood, Fourways, Gallo Manor, Glenhazel, Greenstone Hill, Gresswold, Highlands North, Houghton Estate, Illovo, Inanda, Kew, Khyber Rock, Killarney, Lone Hill, Magaliessig, Marlboro, Melrose, Morningside, Norscot, Norwood, Oaklands, Orange Grove, Petervale, River Club, Rivonia, Ruiterhof, Sandhurst, Sandown, Sandton, Solridge, Sophiatown, Strydompark, Vrededorp, Waterval Estate, Westbury, Westcliff