Chris Skocay Fine Carpentry L.L.C. was founded in Concord, MA in 2005 as a customer-focused carpentry and contracting business for clients throughout Massachusetts and New England.

From the outset, the company has worked closely with its customers to deliver projects that surpass their expectations and add beauty and functionality to their homes and landscapes. Whether building new shelving in a kitchen or bedroom, a deck to enjoy a leisurely summer afternoon, or decorative latticework in a Beacon Hill garden, the company has delivered outstanding work for its customers for more than a decade.

Chris Skocay Fine Carpentry has also been commissioned for many custom projects including a classic arched Japanese bridge for Alabama’s Birmingham Botanical Gardens, award plaques that were presented at Fenway Park to Red Sox great David Ortiz, and interior and exterior restoration work on the Henry David Thoreau birthplace in Concord, Massachusetts.




Chris Skocay has been inspired by carpentry and woodworking all his life.

Chris began his career apprenticing with local builders on projects large and small – building new custom homes from the ground up, remodeling houses, building additions, and completing kitchen and bathroom renovations.

His formal training was in the year-long Carpentry program at the North Bennet Street School (NBSS) in Boston’s historic North End, where students truly learn an education in craftsmanship at one of the finest schools of its kind in the country. At NBSS, he was trained in all aspects of the carpentry trade, from drafting and design, to building, framing, finish work, and detailed cabinetry.

You can follow Chris on Instagram to stay up-to-date on his current projects @Chris_Skocay_Fine_Carpentry.



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