Recent Blog Posts

  • How To Correctly Measure For Replacement Doors

    May 1, 2012
    Looking to upgrade your exterior steel door to a more energy efficient fiberglass or solid wood door?   Or perhaps you want to replace the composite interior doors with a higher-grade wood door. Or maybe you need a new patio door to access your new deck.
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  • Hardwood Moulding Installation

    May 1, 2012
    Architectural details done with hardwood mouldings are the perfect finishing touches to your workmanship.
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  • Moulding, the Choice is Yours

    April 1, 2012
    Nothing accentuates your craftsmanship better than a decorative chair rail or crown moulding. That's why it's important to choose the right material for the job. Despite the rise in popularity of urethane mouldings, solid hardwood remains king, especially in the high-end markets.
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  • Wood and Paint Adhesion

    April 1, 2012
    Whether the home is new construction or purchased from a previous owner, painting its exterior is the first step toward making it your home. Likewise, if you’re looking to sell the house, an attractive exterior paint job goes a long way toward creating “curb appeal.
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  • Choosing Interior Paint Colors

    March 1, 2012
    Picking paint colors that you want to use inside your home is not an easy task because in all likelihood you will actually want them to last a while. Here are some things that you should consider when picking interior paint colors:Does it “fit” with your home?
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  • Choosing the Right Kitchen Cabinets

    March 1, 2012
    Choosing the right kitchen cabinets is essential to creating the perfect kitchen and adding value to your home. Kitchen cabinets are a long-lasting feature and they contribute the largest design element to the kitchen itself.
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  • Improving Interior Stains

    February 1, 2012
    New technologies have made installing hardwood flooring and millwork in the hot, humid environment of a bathroom more acceptable these days.
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  • Making Good Use Of Bad Cuts

    February 1, 2012
    Even the most skilled carpenter can make an error, but just because an error occurs, doesn't mean the job is ruined. If you make a bad cut on an angled piece of moulding, correct the error by making a clean cut on the inside of the defect.
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