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Trim Carpenter of High Quality needed

We are looking for a high quality Trim Carpenter in the RTP.  We do not have small handyman type of ideas for the trim work, but instead are looking for someone with expertise and guidance for high end homes (higher than ours?). We have a lot of ideas and sample images, but need someone that can come to us with a lot of their own ideas.
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August 22 2011 - Raleigh
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If you click on my name, I can get you recommend someone here in the Triangle., we aren't allowed to post names here.
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August 23 2011
Drive around and look at some new construction-higher end homes. When you see ones with quality finishing touches, ask who the builder is. Contact the builder and ask who did the finish/trim work on a particular home. You might have to go through the builder, pay a bit more, but you have seen the type of quality work he has done. But maybe the builder will just give you the name and contact information for the finish carpenter.

Good luck ... sounds like an exciting project!
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