Carpentry & Construction
Need something built? Skilled Taskers can help with carpentry and construction work.
Need something built? Skilled Taskers can help with carpentry and construction work.Find help now
We can’t all be handy. Not everyone knows how to fix a chair or build porch steps. And not everyone loves the idea of using power tools and attempting to DIY. Fortunately, you don't have to. That’s where Taskers come in.
When you use TaskRabbit to find carpentry help, you’ll get a network of trustworthy, reliable, skilled, handy people to offer the carpentry services you need. Don’t struggle through your DIY project on your own - visit TaskRabbit and hire a Tasker.
Note: If your project requires a licensed carpenter, confirm your Tasker has the licenses needed when describing the job.
How it works
Frequently asked questions
Yes! Taskers are independent contractors with a wide range of carpentry skills. Many have previous experience in carpentry and general contracting.
TaskRabbit’s mission is to connect customers and Taskers quickly. Many Taskers are available same-day! While the exact time frame depends on the scope of your job and your Tasker’s availability, Taskers finish most projects in just a few days.
Carpentry services average about $40 per hour, although prices vary from Tasker to Tasker. When you come to TaskRabbit for carpentry services, you’ll begin by describing what you need. At that point, you can browse the selection of Taskers and select someone by reviews, skills, and price. Once you’ve agreed on job details, you’ll pay and leave your review right through TaskRabbit.
Taskers are independent contractors; when you're choosing a Tasker, if your job requires a licensed carpenter, be sure to check with your Tasker to ensure that s/he has the appropriate qualifications.
You don’t need a massive toolbox to work with a Tasker. Instead, TaskRabbit’s local carpenters bring their own tools to your job, ensuring you always have the right equipment for the job. Have a special request for your Tasker? Go ahead and use the TaskRabbit platform to communicate directly with your Tasker.