Residential Woodworking

Why is Woodworking the Most Important Aspect of a Kitchen Renovation?

If the next home project you decide to tackle is renovating your kitchen, you may not know that the woodwork you choose may be the most important aspect. Take a moment to think about it... what do you use in your kitchen everyday? Whether you're making a meal or getting a snack, you probably spend a lot of time opening the wooden cabinets and walking on the hardwood floors.

Different Types of Architectural Woodworking

Architectural woodwork is essentially any product made out of wood.

Residential woodworking can be done on:

  • Kitchen Cabinets
  • Mantels
  • Moldings
  • Staircases
  • Doors 
  • Bedrooms 
  • Great Rooms
  • Libraries
  • House Exteriors
  • Floors


Matching Furniture to Your Home

"I found a great piece of furniture, but the color doesn't match my home." Have you said this after finding the perfect piece of furniture? I am sure everyone has at least once after going yard sale hopping, looking through clearance items, or thrift shopping. All are great ways to find unique and amazing furniture for half the cost at a large department store. But what do you do when you've found the exact thing you have been looking for, but it's the wrong color?

Custom Color Matching

Are you a homeowner refinishing your beautiful custom cabinets, only to realize that it seems nearly impossible to find a color of wood stain that will match the color you’re looking for? Are you trying to match the woodwork in a new home but having trouble achieving a specific color? Custom color matching for newly added or repaired woodwork or furniture can be very difficult and time consuming.


How to Maintain Your Exterior Doors

All exterior woodwork especially doors need maintenance every few years. Due to years of exposure to the harsh weather extremes can cause the finish and wood to deteriorate in as little as a few years. 

Is your exterior woodwork correctly cared for? 

Take a closer look......

Is the finish dull, faded or gray?

Is the wood rough or dry to the touch?

Is the color washed-out and finish peeling?