Please welcome our latest Advertiser: Three-Tree Custom Carpentry Services! Proprietor Matthew Feeney tells us that he’s “local, specialized, and service-oriented.”
“As a twelve-year Burien resident, I’ve come to appreciate how friendly and close-knit B-Town is, and how that’s pretty special and rare,” Matt said. “That’s why I’ve made Burien and its surrounding communities the focus of my business. I aim to continue to make my living doing hands-on carpentry, working locally whenever possible, and to help people realize their ‘dream projects’ at a reasonable price — and to make friends and build relationships in my community along the way.”
Matt described “dream projects” as the ones that you cannot simply go out and buy at a store: A new window seat with storage, a cabinet custom designed to fit a unique space or match something you already have, entertainment centers with multi-media storage. “You know something you’ve always wanted in ‘that space,’ but didnâ€™t know who to turn to for help”, he added.
“My specialty is small jobs that require a bit of design savvy, an assortment of skills, and a focus on detail for which a homeowner or contractor would want to hire a specialist. I offer excellent carpentry at a reasonable price and am working to build a reputation for integrity, reliability, friendliness and professionalism.”
Matt’s services include residential and light commercial finish carpentry ranging from cabinetry, custom built-ins, doors and trim, and smaller scale remodels for homeowners and contractors.
Matt told his story of the birth of Three Tree Custom Carpentry to BTB:
“One afternoon about twelve years ago, as I sat in my cubicle with my eyes glazing over in the glow of my computer, I finally gave in to a long-festering realization: I was not cut out for office work and would never be happy doing it. My real life was out there, somewhere, and the time to find it was now or never.
“I decided then to set aside my tie and a 15-year professional career as an urban planner and within a few months had entered a world of sawdust, saws and sandpaper. It was a tough go coming into the woodworking trade on the bottom wrung, where you have a broom in your hand as much as a saw or a chisel.
“Over the next decade, though, those tools came to fit quite comfortably in my hand, and the years of cabinetry, carpentry, and camaraderie eventually led to a decision two years ago to hang my own shingle.
Many homeowners have enjoyed quality custom cabinetry and finish work with the hanging of the Three-Tree ‘shingle’ two years ago. If you would like to join those happy homeowners, contact Matt at 206-931-8728 to discuss your special project.
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