What is the Process of Refinishing or Building Custom Cabinets?

If you have planned on refinishing your aging cabinets or building custom ones almost the same steps are required. Creating custom cabinets takes more work up front to determine what style, wood type, etc. From there the process is stripping the wood and then finishing/refinishing. Read more »

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. Read more »

Time to Repair: Old Broken Furniture

Over the years, furniture can break down in various ways, including the discoloration of wood, broken legs/joints, loose parts or even fire and water damage. Once you notice the damaged furniture it is best to immediately fix the issue, rather than letting it worsen over time. Read more »

New Year, New Furniture: Restoration, Repair, Refinishing

As a new year begins this is the time where people start saying "new year, new me". Instead, why not new furniture? This is the time to make your plan for the year, finally redesign your kitchen, fix your old antique furniture, or fix/refinish/restore all of your aging furniture.

As time goes on furniture starts to break down through usage, accidents, and damage from water, sun, and more. By making your old furniture new again it can breathe life into a space that has become an eyesore. Read more »

Different Types of Architectural Woodworking

Architectural woodwork is essentially any product made out of wood.

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What Is Involved In Antique Furniture Restoration?

The process involved in restoring antique furniture could take many different avenues depending on the condition of your furniture. Possible actions could be: Read more »

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? Read more »

Why Should I Touch Up The Finish On My Wood Furniture?

By touching up the finish on your wood furniture, it can greatly improve its appearance and move from an eyesore in your room of choice to the focal point. The furniture regains that newly bought look with a shine without the cost of buying new. It is also possible with a thorough touch up and application of a new sealer coat that your wood furniture could revive its color and sheen. 

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What should I do about my ruined furniture after it has been damaged by fire and water?

Going through a home fire disaster is hard enough without thinking about how you will go about replacing all of your damaged furniture. One way to go about this might be to restore the furniture instead of deciding to buy all new furniture. If you loved the look and feel of your old furniture and do not want to lose that then call us and let us help you through this hard time by making your furniture look just like it had before the disaster.  Read more »

Why Should My Wood Furniture be Stripped?

If you are thinking about removing old paint and varnishes from your wood furniture in order to remake it into something that looks brand new then wood stripping is the way to go. It is the best way to remove all of the old paint and varnish layers leaving the wood bare and letting you start over. Stripping your wood furniture is the best way to make sure everything has been removed and allows you to start anew. Read more »