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.
Johannesburg is the largest city in South Africa and the provincial capital of Gauteng. It is also the seat of the Constitutional Court. There has been a remarkable development of late in terms of preserving Johannesburg’s industrial heritage. Industrial buildings have been preserved and given new meanings. The Greater Johannesburg area consists of more than five hundred suburbs in an area covering more than two hundred square miles.
Carpenters in Johannesburg Suburbs:
Abbotsford, Aeroton, Alan Manor, Alexandra, Atholl, Aspen Hills, Benmore Gardens, Bellevue, Berea, Bertrams, Birdhaven, Braamfontein, Bramley, Bruma, Bryanston, Cheltondale, City and Suburban, Crosby, Crown Gardens, Cyrildene, Doornfontein, Edenburg, Elandspark, Elton Hill, Epsom Downs, Fairview, Fairwood, Fordsburg, Forest Hill, Ferreirasdorp, Fourways, Gallo Manor, Gillview, 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