Concord Carpenter

BIO

Concord Carpenter

Rob Robillard is “The Concord Carpenter”  Rob is a builder, carpenter, remodeler, woodworker, and principal of “Concord Carpenter, LLC,” a carpentry and renovation business located in Concord, Massachusetts. Concord Carpenter services projects throughout the Metro-Boston area with the goal of craftsman quality, integrity, and transparency.

What We Do

The team at Concord Carpenter has handled large to small-scale projects. We have handled entire house renovations, from start to finish; we have added additions to new homes and fixed 17th-century colonials; we have built large barns and small animal shelters, and we have renovated enough kitchens and bathrooms to bring a wealth of experience to the most used and sensitive areas of your house.

Some Of Our Projects Include:

  • Kitchens
  • Bathrooms
  • Finish carpentry
  • Outdoor structures
  • Large space remodeling
  • Additions
  • Decks
  • Garages and barns

Doing Things RIGHT When No One Is Looking

Concord Carpenter enjoys a great reputation for customer service and communication with clients. We work closely with clients throughout the entire design and construction process with the goal to design a project that fits their lifestyle and budget.

During the process we keep in constant communication so you will be up-to-date on what and when is going to happen, allowing you to relax and enjoy your new home project. The end result is a well-thought-out plan, deployed and executed to meet and exceed your expectations. Our team is guided by the guidelines of pride and craftsmanship and “Doing things right when no one is looking.”

ConcordCarpenter.com – Website Influencer

Using his training and experience as a builder, and carpenter, Rob has become a recognized leader in tools reviews and a source for how-to information for building professionals. On this website, Rob covers all aspects of home improvement, woodworking and remodeling, specializing in best practices and problem-solving for remodeling and home maintenance.

Rob enjoys using his knowledge and experience to help educate on best practices in the remodeling industry. The Concord Carpenter’s motto: “Well done is better than well said!”  Rob has been a regular contributor to DIY magazine Extreme-How-To Magazine and is the assistant editor at ToolBoxBuzz, a website dedicated to tool reviews and product testing.

Supporting The Trades

Rob, the Concord Carpenter, and the Tool Box Buzz crew believe in supporting and promoting the trades. They volunteer to help educate and mentor young men and women’s decisions to go into the trades as well as mentoring and showing them that the right tools for the job makes all the difference.  Rob sits on the Minuteman Technical Highschool Carpentry Department Advisory Board and has partnered with Makita tools to help support the trade school with a Pro-grade tool donation program.

Rob is the lead Tool Safety and Skills training instructor/coordinator for Push America with their yearly “Build America” project. Build America is a six-week team event, where a team of college men travel the country promoting and constructing accessible environments and camps serving the disabled community.

Rob and his team regularly attend events like Eastern Massachusetts National Association of the Remodeling Industry (EMNARI) and annual Youth Remodeling Career Day in an effort to spread a positive perception of the trades and craftsmanship.

Apprenticeships

We recognize that many people are having trouble finding skilled workers for their companies. America is facing an unprecedented skilled labor shortage. Now is the time for construction business owners to get involved and do their share to preserve the economic stability for skilled trade workers. We ALL need to offer apprenticeships, job placements  and provide mentoring. As long as we continue to utilize electric, plumbing, HVAC systems and construct new homes and buildings there will be an endless demand for job opportunities in skilled trades.
Concord Carpenter offers apprentice opportunities. We also recently started a video series called Green-2-Great to bring a POSITIVE light to apprentices and mentoring.  In the videos – we cover ALL types of content relative to the trades from teaching and learning your craft to running a remodeling business. Whether you’re new to the trades or a Veteran – these videos will have different topics that I’m sure you’ll relate to!

Social Media

We post regularly to our social media channels because it allows us to reach, nurture and engage with our customers, past and present and communicate with our target audience — no matter their location. We have a robust Facebook and Instagram channel and are especially proud of our YouTube channel where we are approaching 200k subscribers with over 65 million views. You can follow our channels here.

Ask Me A Question

Before contacting me, it’s entirely possible the answer to your question is on this site.  Try using my Search Box, located at the top right of every page, to search the keywords of your problem or concern.  You might just find the answer you’re looking for faster than I can respond back. If you use this question portal, I will respond to your question click here: Ask Rob A Carpentry question

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For an entertaining story of how Rob’s adventure with “The Concord Carpenter website” got started click here.

 

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