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Should I go to college or start working?

College isn’t for everyone.  There is absolutely nothing wrong with going to college and earning a four-year degree.  In some cases, that is the road you need to travel to land the job you want.  However, if college isn’t something you’re interested in, don’t be fooled into thinking that you can’t make a good living unless you go to college.  If you like working with your hands, then you can start earning money in the construction field and not have to go into debt for a college education.  The average cost of just one year of college ranges from $9,300 all the way up to a staggering $35,800.  A very good alternative is to begin working in a trade where you can earn money instead of spending it.  Here at Hayes Construction, we are always looking for young people to join our team and we want to help develop your skills.  We can help you regardless of your current abilities.  Start out as a Helper and work your way up to Carpenter and even Carpenter Foreman.  Your earning potential really depends on how hard you’re willing to work and how much you want to learn!  Contact us at 410-628-7900 or stop by our office just north of Timonium to fill out an application.

Published on: 11/20/2023 15:21

Historic Tudor House Renovation

Hayes Construction Company recently renovated the exterior of this historic Tudor House in Catonsville. Robert Cary Long, Jr., a well-known Baltimore architect, designed the original Tudor House in 1852. In 1917, architect Edward Palmer updated the home and added a second floor. The skilled craftsmen of Hayes Construction updated the tudor-style trim, painted the building, and gave it needed touchup after many years of weather-related effects. This historical renovation shows the wide-ranging skills and abilities of the carpenters and foremen of Hayes Construction Company. No matter how detailed, intricate or specialized your job is, the crew at Hayes Construction Company is capable of handling all the specifications.

Published on: 5/2/2023 00:00

Commercial Construction at Local University

A local Maryland university suffered major water damage in an entire classroom and lab building.  Hayes Construction Company immediately jumped in with demolition and put back. All five floors of the building were affected, and the job required new drywall, ceiling tiles, painting, and much more. At the same university, we are in the middle of a renovation to several offices and classrooms. We have decades of experience with commercial construction in educational and university settings.  We can work on campus during normal business hours or after hours, if necessary.  If you have commercial construction needs, we are here for you.  We are based in Baltimore County and serve the entire Baltimore metropolitan region. Please contact us at info@hayesconstruction.net or call our office at 410-628-7900.

Published on: 5/1/2023 15:20