The Master's Hand Custom Finish Carpentry
 Christian owned and operated since 2003.
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Finish carpenter specializing in crown molding, chair rail, custom moulding, wainscoting, shadowboxes, columns, casings, baseboards, beadboard, archways, pilasters, mantles, fireplace, bookcases, cabinets, built-in cabinets, entertainment units, media, units, kitchen install, kitchen cabinet installation, stair remodel, craftsmanship, trim, trimwork, radiator cover, window seat, custom cabinets, closets, closet organization, IKEA kitchen, shelves, finish carpentry, doors, window sills, miter joints, ceiling, nooks, flooring, recessed, interiors, header, curved, radius, flat screen tv, staircase, treads, oak, cherry, pine, maple, poplar, birch, custom, woodwork, mainline, main line, Philadelphia, Center City, remodel, home remodeler, renovations, contractor, details, raised panel, flat panel, medallion, rosette, plinth block, architectural, wood, wooden, Fypon, mdf, colonial, victorian.
About The Master's Hand Finish Carpentry
While looking for a different line of work in 2003, I couldn't help but notice how many contractors "prospered" by doing shoddy work, leaving behind a disaster area, while breaking promises and disappearing when the work's true lack of quality emerged.  I decided then that there was a need for a different style of home improvement contractor - one who treated people with respect while at the same time providing the highest level of construction.

The Master's Hand Custom Finish Carpentry is family-owned and operated right here in Philadelphia, providing a full slate of finish carpentry services for discriminating customers who are looking for a contractor who has the same creative flair and eye for detail that they possess.
The Chairman with his board.  (From Right: Chris, Maria, Christian, Andrew.)
'Twas battered and scarred, and the auctioneer thought it hardly worth his while, to waste his time on the old violin, but he held it up with a smile. 
"What am I bid, good people", he cried, "Who starts the bidding for me? One dollar, one dollar, Do I hear two? Two dollars, who makes it three? Three dollars once, three dollars twice, going for three." 
But, no, from the room far back a gray bearded man came forward and picked up the bow. Then wiping the dust from the old violin and tightening up the strings, he played a melody pure and sweet as sweet as the angel sings. 
The music ceased and the auctioneer with a voice that was quiet and low, said "What now am I bid for this old violin?" as he held it aloft with its' bow. 
"One thousand, one thousand, Do I hear two? Two thousand, who makes it three? Three thousand once, three thousand twice, going and gone", said he. 
The audience cheered, but some of them cried, "We just don't understand. What changed its' worth?" Swift came the reply, "The Touch of the Masters Hand." 
And many a man with life out of tune, all battered with bourbon and gin, is auctioned cheap to a thoughtless crowd much like that old violin 
A mess of pottage, a glass of wine, a game and he travels on. He is going once, he is going twice, and he is going and almost gone. 
But the Master comes, and the foolish crowd never can quite understand, the worth of a soul and the change that is wrought By the Touch of the Masters' Hand. 

Myra Brooks Welch

In the Bible, Jesus is referred to as the Master.  As a Christian, I am thankful for the change He has made in my life through his mercy and grace in allowing myself and others the opportunity to know him as Saviour.  In business, I am thankful that He has bestowed on me skill as a carpenter, thus I like to think that every job is touched by the Master's Hand.  Of course, I can't claim perfection, but I try to be as honest and thorough as I can on every job, and stand by my work. If you are interested in learning more about what the Bible says about eternity, click HERE

The meaning behind "The Master's Hand"