Charpente faite par un charpentier

CARPENTER HAMMERS
nail puller

Hammers pull the nails of carpenters, builders and demolishers ...
Discover a range of nail puller hammer for Professionals

Nail hammers.
The straight out nail pulling hammers allow you to tear nails very close to the walls because the handle is quite straight but they have difficulty getting the nails out. Curved purlin hammers easily tear off nails but they must not be close to the wall.
In these hammers some have a flat head, others a ridged head (bush hammered).

Nail pullers are the everyday companions of carpenters and joiners.

 

Builder : Person who builds and therefore includes many trades. Carpenter, joiner, formworker, mason, roofer, laborer and all the people who designed the project.

Carpenter: From documents from architects, the carpenter designs the works to be carried out. designs, draws and produces the entire structure, from the choice of raw materials to full-scale assembly. The carpenter studies and executes the frameworks which will serve as support for the joinery and the roofs of the buildings.
the carpenter works on a large number of constructions: chalets, timber frame houses, agricultural sheds, industrial buildings, urban fittings and furniture.

In addition to this, you need to know more about it.

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Estwing: beauty, efficiency, durability, balance.


The most durable hand tools have been made since 1923, by the Estwing family.
The Estwing material .... a quality benchmark for nail tools for the woodworking industry.
The tools are forged in one piece from very high quality steel. The molded nylon or crimped leather handles are made by a process that allows for a very long service life.

All tools with nylon handles are now produced with the new Estwing shockproof system. The reduction of vibrations due to impacts and transmitted in the handles of the tools is the best solution on the market.

A nice work of CharpentierSSSS : (yes with lots of S)
Halles de Questembert in Morbihan in Brittany.
The building and its architecture date from the sixteenth century