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Stairs in the Woods | Hardwood Products

Custom Hardwood Flooring

Types of Wood Flooring

Wood Flooring

It’s not just about improving the aesthetics of your home; wood flooring is also highly functional, sustainable, and durable. At Stair in the Woods, we handle it from A to Z.

We have decades of experience in hardwood flooring and turned it into an entirely new service. We provide more than the experts that will come in and set everything up, but also the wood itself, harvested from our timber farm.

With Stairs in the Woods, you can rest assured that you’ll get premium quality wood flooring services.

Types of Hardwood Floors

There’s a broad range of models and types to choose from when it comes to hardwood flooring. From rustic wood flooring to hand scraped hardwood flooring, at Stairs in the Woods you can pick your favorite based on your preferences and budget.

But, before you make your selection there’s one major difference that you need to be aware of: solid hardwood flooring vs. engineered flooring.

Solid floorings bring to mind the classic look and appeal of hardwood floors. It features solid pieces of wood, such as oak, maple or walnut. This natural hardwood flooring has a unique appeal that adds charm and elegance to any home. Not to mention, they’re more durable than the alternative. 

Engineered flooring features multiple layers of wood pressed tightly together. This option is less likely to suffer moisture damage and is cheaper than solid hardwood floors.

Of course, we also need to mention the actual wood we can offer for our flooring services. At Stair in the Woods, we can guarantee a high level of quality for all our available wood flooring options.


  

Here are the types of hardwood floors we can provide:

1. Oak

Durable and hard-wearing, oak has a distinctive grain that improves the appeal of any room. Whether you opt for red oak floors or white oak flooring, the effect is, in the end, a touch of warmth to your home.

2. Walnut

Walnut hardwood floors are very popular for the visual appeal they can bring to a home. It is a “soft”’ hardwood so it might not be the best option for the dining room or places where you’ll see a lot of movement.

3. Hickory

It’s hard to find an American hardwood stronger than hickory. Hickory hardwood flooring is one of the most durable options out there as it can last a lifetime. It gives a home that touch of natural beauty because of its light red/brown color.

4. Ash

Are you looking for something chic? Ash is the right option for you, hands down. Ash hardwood floors come in a natural light color that can give your home a touch of warmth. However, this type of wood floor installation requires finesse and a lot of know-how, something we here at Stairs in the Woods can provide.

5. Maple

Maple is one of the most durable materials available for hardwood floors. It doesn’t scratch easily, so it’s perfect for rooms where there’s a lot of commotion. Maple hardwood flooring has a unique grain pattern that sets it aside from other types of woods.

6. Poplar

Poplar hardwood flooring is another excellent option you can find at Stairs in the Woods. It can add a touch of elegance to any rooms, and it is very durable, much like pine wood, with which it is often confused.

7. Sassafras

Sassafras is a wood filled with history, and it’s perfect if you want to create a vintage appeal through your hardwood flooring. It also has a strong resemblance to Chestnut, but it’s a lot cheaper, so it’s a great alternative for it.

Quality Hardwood Flooring

Our hardwood flooring service doesn’t stop at installation. We are experts in everything relating to woodworking.

At Stairs in the Woods, we pride ourselves in offering our clients the best possible quality for our products and services, and that starts right at our tree farm and ends only after you’re happy with the results.

Quality of wood and quality of service are two principles on which we’ve built our entire business. Our vast experience in woodworking allows us to deliver the best results for our clients, and we offer all our services at competitive prices. We believe everyone deserves quality floors and we always deliver on our promise.

Custom Hardwood Flooring

If you have an idea you want to put into practice, bring it to us! We’re always up for a challenge when it comes to hardwood floor design and installation.

There’s no type of flooring installation we shy away from, and we provide our services for whatever space you want to renovate. Whether it’s your home or a commercial space you want to revamp, we can take this task head-on, and get the job done with impressive results.

It’s like this: you have a problem, and Stairs in the Woods has the solution. Contact us now and benefit from our excellent custom hardwood flooring services.

Wood Floor Specialist

Our mission to provide the best quality services also translate into the fantastic team of experts that have joined us.

Our wood floor specialists are committed to offering you and your project the finest product and service. They have years of experience in installation and hardwood floor maintenance and treat any job with an equal amount of respect and dedication, regardless of its size.

Moreover, we are also aware that you might not have a clear picture of what you want yet. That’s okay! Part of our job is to help you figure out what hardwood flooring options is best suited for you and your needs.

Hardwood Flooring Near Me

With all our years of experience and incredible work ethic, we at Stairs in the Woods are the best hardwood flooring business in Fishers, Indiana.

If you’re looking to renovate your floors, whether it’s for a commercial space or your home, we are the best team for the job.

Here’s what we offer:

● An experienced staff that can help and offer advice at every step of the way;

● Competitive prices;

● High-quality products and results;

● A trustworthy team that’s on time and doesn’t leave until the job is done right.

If you are looking for expert hardwood floor contractors, then give us a call now and let’s get started on your project!

Shiplap

Wood Paneling for Walls

Wall Paneling

It doesn’t take much to spruce up your home or place of business. A creative and high-quality wall paneling design can do the trick quite well. That stands true for both interior and exterior designs.

If you are looking to add charm and texture to your house, then shiplap is an excellent addition. A growing trend in décor, wall paneling can turn any room into a Pinterest worthy design.

And, we didn’t mention the best part yet! We can handle everything for you! all you have to do is contact Stairs in the Woods now, and we can discuss more on how to transform your home into the place of dreams.

Hardwood Wall Paneling

There are several different options for wall paneling regarding styles and material, but here at Stairs in the Woods, we know one thing to be true: nothing beats wood.

Especially not our wood, which comes from our very own tree farm and has a guaranteed high quality.

A hardwood wall paneling offers a chic, rustic look to any building, and is an excellent alternative to drywall and paint regarding aesthetics. Don’t make the mistake of believing that it’s suitable only for those craving a vintage or rustic vibes. Hardwood wall paneling options are extremely diverse, and you can surely find something that suits you.

Wood Paneling for Walls

Wood paneling is a perfect option both for decorating and isolating your walls. We here at Stairs in the Woods have decades of experience in installing wood panels fast and getting great results.

Moreover, we’ve got an eye for interesting, custom designs, and can help you pick something that goes great with your home or commercial space.

Here are some benefits of opting for wood paneling:

● It’s a classic look of elegance;

● It helps control room temperature;

● You can use it to conceal electric wire;

● It reduces noise pollution.

Are you sold? Give us a call now!

Rustic Wall Paneling

If we're honest, the rustic look is what the entire wood paneling concept is all about. It’s a classic form of homey elegance or a nice way to give a cafe or a pub a warm and cozy vibe.

When everything these days is about being as modern, technology-focused as possible, it can be refreshing to bring a bit of the past into your space.

Rustic wall paneling provides a home a touch of classic beauty by making use of the natural colors of the wood. At the same time, it’s a great investment, since it’ll last longer than drywall or paint

Wall Paneling Ideas

Are you interested in installing some wall panels? That’s great! We have some wonderful ideas for you, though you can certainly bring in your own.

Over the years, these are some of the ideas we’ve found to work best:

● Selective wall paneling: you don’t have to install wall panels on every wall of a room, just one or two to create a nice effect;

● An all-around wall paneling, but only using light colored wood to make the room look bigger than it is;

● Different panel widths: if you play with the panel widths, you can get different design effects;

Do you have a project? Call us now for a wall paneling estimate!

Siding

Wood Siding Ideas

Wood Siding

If you are looking for a cost-effective way to improve your home curb appeal, then wood siding is an excellent option. Not only that it adds to the overall aesthetic of the building, but it also has thermal isolation and noise canceling properties. Not to mention it provides a fantastic, ageless design. You can integrate it into a wide range of styles, whether we’re talking about a minimalistic design, a cozy cabin or an open-spaced beach house.

Whether you have a specific design in mind or have no idea where to start, at Stairs in the Woods, you can find the knowledge and experience to turn your project into a success. We only work with high-quality wood that we harvest from our woodland and process in our woodworking shop, so you can rest assured that the results are par excellence.

Get in touch with us and let us turn your dream home into reality.

Hardwood Siding

When it comes to hardwood siding, you can have it installed horizontally or vertically, depending on the architecture of the building and your taste and preferences. But, more than the aesthetics, pay close attention to the quality of the material too. You don’t want to pay big bucks for a pretty siding that deteriorates in just a few years.

At Stairs in the Woods, we focus on the quality of the materials as well as the installation process. We work with oak, walnut, ash, hickory, maple, poplar, and sassafras that we grow and harvest in our woodland.

Take a look at our portfolio and choose your preferred style of hardwood sides. Or, if you have a custom idea, let us know, and we can make it happen. 

Car Siding

A simple and effective way to bring an instant rustic, natural look to your home is by installing car siding on the walls or ceilings. If you’re not sold on the idea yet, you can start small with a car siding accent wall – a non-drastic renovation idea that follows the latest home improvement tendencies. Wood car siding uses individual pieces of wood that are cut identically, with grooves and tongues that make them fit together perfectly. It’s an ideal option if you want to cover large areas.

Our car siding is free of blemishes, made of high-quality lumber and easy to install. Natural wood is already beautiful without much treatment, but you can also choose stained car siding in a variety of shades and tones.

Shiplap Siding

Shiplap is one of the most sturdy, reliable types of wood siding out there. It is ideal for sheds, barns, wood cabins or any building that will face harsher weather conditions. It’s also an excellent pick for those who don't want to spend much time on maintenance, as caring for shiplap isn’t very difficult.

The overlapping design of a shiplap siding gives them a wonderful shade effect. Moreover, this arrangement provides effective protection against rain, snow, and wind. Not to mention, it’s extremely sturdy and can easily pass the test of time.

Wood Siding Ideas

Just as natural wood flooring can adapt to a wide range of styles and uses, wood siding can be just as flexible and exciting. If you consider wood for interior or exterior panels, then you need to know that you’ve chosen a warm, beautiful material with wonderful properties. It just
takes a bit of research or a helpful specialist to see what type of wood siding will fit your project best.

Don't hesitate to think out of the box when using wood siding, and transform your home in many exciting, unexpected ways. Get in touch, and we can help you turn your project into a living space you would never want to leave.

Beams

Ceiling Beams

Wood Beams

Most of the work is done, and now you are thinking about the finishes touches to add to your living space. Have you considered wood beams? Simple yet effective, they can give any interior a rustic, hospitable and comforting feeling.

But, don’t let their simplicity fool you. They are extremely sturdy and versatile and can become a bold statement. Whether you incorporate them in a modern eclectic design or you want to recreate a historical style, wood beams add personality, drama and a linear dynamic to any concept.

There’s just one thing: you need high-quality material and craftsmanship. Luckily, we have both.

At Stairs in the Woods, we collect the wood from our woodlands, so we’re in control of the entire process. We pay close attention to every detail of the process, from the lumber we select for our wood beams to how we cut and process it. With decades of experience under our belt, we have not only the experience but also the tools to deliver amazing projects.

Real Wood Beams

Wood beams are becoming a popular design option, but few understand the artistry that goes into selecting the right material and turning it into something that will stand the test of time. So, the market is full of faux wood beams that look like the real thing but can’t perform like it.

While faux wood beams can be a great alternative if you have a limited budget, the reality is that it can cost you more in the long run. Unlike real wood beams, the faux ones don’t have the proper structural integrity to support the weight of the roof pressing against the walls. Moreover, they deteriorate at a fast pace, making maintenance a hassle.

Whether you are building, remodeling or reconditioning your house or you want to add a few design elements to your living space, you will immediately see and feel the difference between real wood beams and the materials that only imitate it. Exposing the beams shows a certain honesty about the architectural essence of the building. It is worth using real, natural materials to give your home such a statement element of design.

 

Rustic Wood Beams

The rustic beauty of cut lumber, stained and polished by the passing of time, is tremendously appealing in a time when we are longing for a peaceful life and the comfort that simplicity can bring. Rustic wood beams can be a wonderful center element of big, spacious kitchens with massive appliances and vintage decor. They also add personality to modern attics, and look great surrounded by luscious greenery.

Eclectic interiors can combine sleek, glass and steel elements with massive, scratched and distressed wooden beams. Other natural materials, such as brick, clay or stone will also look amazing in a house that has a rustic wood beams structure.

Ceiling Beams

First things first: an expert should always be the one establishing the structure of the beams. Because they have to support massive amounts of weight, real wood beams are incredibly heavy, so installing them correctly is crucial. Do not compromise this aspect, as it can have serious consequences.

Discuss with your building team about the structure of the beams and let them know if you have a certain design in mind. Remember that not all designs will fit your building’s structure, as the latter will eventually determine what can be done.

Wood Beam Trusses

If you are committed to giving your house a radical makeover, then you should complement the look of ceiling beams with wood beam trusses. If your space allows it, then adding beam trusses will offer plenty of support for the roof or any raised ceiling. Trusses are fit for hallways, attics, exterior roof additions, barns, open space houses, etc.

Wood beam trusses come in a variety of structures and finishes, depending on the shape of the room they will be part of. We can provide many styles of trusses, using both straight and curved real wood beams. Browse through our website or give us a call to discuss your options.

Trim

Wood Trim

Wood Trim

It doesn’t matter if you are installing new hardwood floors or a handrail. Proper wood trim is essential to give your project a finishing touch, both from an aesthetical and practical point of view.

You’ll probably hear a lot of people suggesting you should use plastic trim, which is a cheaper alternative to wood. We think cheaper doesn’t necessarily mean better. The reality is that nothing beats wood trim - it’s a highly flexible material that you can cut to precisely the size and shape you need. And the final coat of paint looks a lot better in the end than it would on plastic.

At Stairs in the Woods, we offer the best wood trim options money can buy!

Baseboard Trim

The baseboard trim connects your flooring to the walls, so it’s fair to say it’s a pretty important part of your home renovation. With a beautiful natural hardwood floor, for example, you can’t use just anything for your baseboard if you want to achieve a satisfactory look. You need a good trim for it.

At Stairs in the Woods, we masterfully use baseboard trim to cover up the joints between different surfaces and angles in your home or commercial space, leaving the room looking well put together and stylish.

It is indeed a pro’s job if you want it done right!

Window Trim

A good window trim has to have two main effects. First, it must cover all gaps to make sure the window is properly secured and insulated. Second, it has to have some visual value.

For both those purposes, our team of handymen never resort to just winging it. It might not seem like a difficult job, but we take the time to measure, mark the right length, and get the spacing just right.

Stairs in the Woods takes these precautions for one simple reason: we like to get the job done right on the first try.

Door Trim

When you install a new door, you’ll find that adding a door trim can add a polished look to the entire room. Even if you are happy with the doors you have right now, you might want to consider changing the trim to give it an upgraded look.

The pros at Stairs in the Woods can take care of this for you. Honestly, it’s the little things like this that go a long way. We take even the smallest of jobs and treat it with the same levels of dedication it deserves. That’s because, just like you, we care about the result too. 

Door Trim Ideas

The team at Stairs in the Woods doesn’t just have the skill to get the job done. With all their years of experience, they can also help you with plenty of creative ideas to make your rooms look put together.

Here are some ideas for you:

● Go for the classics: we’re talking rosettes combined with plinth and fluted molding that can work very well if you want a vintage feel in your rooms.

● Classic meets modern: if you have a modern vibe to your rooms, but also want a bit of historical nostalgia, then go for the colonially inspired door trims.

Whatever your design preferences or needs, don’t hesitate to get in touch with us.

Stairs

Staircase Ideas

Staircases

Picture this: You enter a house, you walk around, and then you see it: a magnificent staircase, an element of elegance that brings the entire room together.

And it’s not an exaggeration, not by a longshot. Sure, staircases have practical value as their primary function is to connect two or more stories. But you don’t have to put practicality ahead of aesthetics.

At Stairs in the Woods, we can make the most beautiful staircases for your house or building and give your space a visible wow factor. We believe in safety first, so our stairs are sturdy and reliable, but also visually pleasing.

Wood Stairs

Call us biased, but stone or metal staircases can’t compare with classic wood stairs, at least not the ones we provide.

We control the wood we use for all our products because it comes from our woodland. So we can guarantee your wooden stairs will be reliable.

The wood stairs from Stairs in the Woods bring warmth and last a lifetime. We make them so they can be integrated perfectly into a rustic decor, or even a space with a more modern appeal.

Our craftsmen tackle every detail of your staircase and can turn it into a masterpiece!

Custom Stairs

Do you have a dream staircase and want to take the design into your hands? We have no problem with that!

Come to Stairs in the Woods with your project and let our team of expert handymen turn it into reality. We’ll only come in with suggestions to make sure everything is up to par regarding safety.

With a custom stairs service, we can build you a staircase fit for any space or room you desire, regardless of the project size.

  

Can you picture your perfect staircase? Give us a call today and let’s start working on your dream project!

Types of Stairs

Each room might require a different type of staircase, depending on the available space and desired end-effect.

Regarding the materials, we offer several different types of wood to choose from: oak, walnut, hickory, ash, maple, poplar, and sassafras.

Here are some great staircase styles to consider:

● Straight;

● L-shaped or quarter-turn;

● U-shaped or winder;

● Spiral;

● Curved;

● Bifurcated;

● Compact or narrow

The Stairs in the Woods team is ready to tackle your staircase project right now. If you already have something in mind, great! Bring it to us. If not, call us now, and we’ll look at your space and make some great recommendations.

Staircase Ideas

  

As we said, the team from Stair in the Woods isn’t just great at following orders; they can chip in with a lot of useful and creative ideas, and take your renovation plans to the next level.

Here are some staircase ideas you might love:

● A ‘classic staircase,’ where the bottom step starts wide and starts to narrow towards the top.

● Stairs and windows: if you have big windows, we recommend you place your wooden staircase right in front of them;

● Hardwood stairs paired with hardwood banisters.

Do you have any other staircase ideas? Get in touch with us now to make them real!

The Doors

Hardwood Doors

Doors

How many doors can you identify off the top of your head? We’re willing to bet that not that many.

That’s alright because it’s our job to worry about that sort of thing anyway. Truth be told, the doors can be the afterthought of one’s renovation project. Most of us think of doors strictly from a pragmatic point of view.

But we’re here to tell you that the right kind of doors can have just as much aesthetic value in a room as any other decoration. The Stairs in the Woods products can provide beautifully crafted doors, both for inside and outside.

Double Doors

Double doors (or French doors, as they’re also called) are especially popular as outside doors that lead to the backyard. However, double doors can also be used for interiors as well, if the room in question has enough space to do so.

We find them to be a great way to create the impression of more space if you integrate glass to let some natural light in. They are elegant and can be built in a variety of different styles, from Victorian to modern.

Contact the team from Stairs in the Woods now to get the most beautiful double doors for your home!

Wood Doors

Wood doors have something unique about them. At Stairs in the Woods, we always recommend our clients to opt for natural colors for all their wooden doors and bring a little bit of nature inside.

You might want to skip changing the doors during your renovation project, but we would advise you to think again. Our team of craftsmen have a keen eye of carving wood, so your new doors could very well be the central pieces of your home.

Doors don’t have to be boring. The Stairs in the Woods team can add a touch of warmth into your home!

Hardwood Doors

Anyone can appreciate the fantastic style value wood doors can add to a home or place of business. However, a lot of people tend to stay away of wooden doors, especially for the outside. Other materials like steel and fiberglass are considered safer than wood for the front door.

That’s not true. A well-crafted hardwood door is just as safe as any other type of door – that much we can guarantee!

Whether you want a new front door or have to change the ones on the inside, we recommend you choose wood. And at Stairs in the Woods, we offer the best quality.

Custom Doors

We have gathered plenty of years of experience in woodworking, from stairs to trims, and even doors. We also know you might have a design of your own in mind or need a specific type of door.

That’s why we offer our clients custom doors specifically designed for what they want (and need). You come in with an idea, and we use our know-how to bring it to life.

It doesn’t matter if you need ten, five, or even just one door. We treat every job the same way: with respect.

So call us now and benefit from our custom door service!

Stair Railing

Wood Stair Railing

Handrail

The structure and design of today’s homes have evolved to serve all the generations living under one roof. Handrails are incredibly helpful for senior citizens, children or people with disabilities, allowing safe access in all parts of the house. Choosing something that fits the design of your home and provides the sturdiness and functionality that you are looking for is no east feet. 

That’s where we come into play.

Here at Stairs in the Woods, we offer different types of handrails in a wide range of essences: oak, walnut, hickory, ash, maple, poplar or sassafras. The lumber comes from our woodlands and is carefully cut into beautiful, ergonomic and decorative handrails, beams, natural wood flooring, and other products. We take pride in our long tradition of processing wood and delivering all American quality lumber that helps build durable, sustainable and gorgeous homes.

Wood Stair Railing

We know what you are thinking: with so many cost-effective options out there, why should you choose wood for your stair railing? Here’s the thing: wood is an incredibly adaptive, natural material that ages well, feels and looks nice and goes perfectly with the ageless hardwood flooring that many homes boast. Not to mention, you can cut and bend wood to create a variety of designs and textures, from sleek, minimalist stair railing to rustic, distressed massive ones. Moreover, installing wood stair railing is easy, and the result can last for years to come.

Wood stair railing can also be the centerpiece to a dramatic, classic interior that revolves around an impressive interior staircase. Just think of a luxurious staircase in the foyer, bordered by wooden stair railing with a smooth finish, a rich stain, and flawless design. It will catch the eye of every guest in your home - there’s no doubt about it!

Stair Rails

Besides their safety functionality, stair rails are also an excellent way to decorate your home. You could integrate the stair rails into the rest of the room, smoothly transitioning from one floor to another, without being disruptive or out of place. And the great thing about wood stair rails is that you can combine them with glass, steel or wrought iron, depending on your taste, preferences or budget. Lightly stained walnut goes together with the contrasting, strong shapes of wrought iron, while dark wood with clean cuts will match a modern home perfectly.

Handrails for Steps

Aesthetics aside, the role of handrails is to provide support. As stunning as the design may be, improper installation or an uncomfortable height or shape can be extremely unpleasant to use on a daily basis. That is why you need to establish the correct position of the handrails, depending on the height of your family members. Also, choose a type of handrails for steps that are nice to grip and allow you to use them comfortably when going up or down the stairs.

The handrails must also be well mounted to the walls and stairs so that they can withstand rough handling, accidental falls and leans, and the environment of the house, such as differences in temperature, humidity, pests, etc.

Custom Handrails

Depending on your vision, you can find handrails in many shapes and designs. But, if you have a unique idea in mind or are looking for certain functionality, then having custom made is your best choice.

Get in touch with us and let’s talk about your project, what your vision is and how we can integrate a gorgeous, tailored wood handrail in your home.

Molding

Custom Molding

Baseboard Molding

An important finish to any wood floor installation is the baseboard molding. Not only that it covers the edges between the walls and the floors and protects them, but they also unify the look. Moreover, baseboard molding can prevent against dirt isolates your home.

It doesn’t matter what you want. At Stairs in the Wood, we produce baseboard molding in a variety of colors, widths, and cuts that can fit any design and functionality needs. We own our woodland, sawmill, and woodworking shop, and produce everything in-house, using state-of-the-art tools. Because our wood is properly harvested and treated, it lasts longer than any option on the market.

Wall Molding.

Are you looking for a quick and cost-effective way to add charm to your home and give your rooms a sophisticated flair? Then wall molding might be the perfect option for you. Available in a wide variety of styles, shapes, sizes, and colors, this decor trend will never get out of style. Classic, but easily adaptable to modern concepts, it can help you upscale your living place and hide unaesthetic pipes, gaps, imperfect structure elements or a wall with flaws.

Wall molding is also the ideal option if you want to recreate a historical, classic home. Elegant and highly functional, it has grown into a star of interior design. Similar to solid hardwood flooring it can add personality and a dramatic effect to any room. Whether you are looking for wall panel molding, chair rail, crown molding, picture rail or other types of wood decoration, Stairs in the Woods can help bring your project to life.

Custom Molding

Sure, molding is a highly practical design element, but it also bears a considerable aesthetic value. We know that our customers are full of creative ideas and we are eager to help you bring them to life. We see this as an opportunity to learn more about woodwork and challenge ourselves to think out of the box.

Contact us and let’s talk about your project, how you envision it, and what you have so far. We will work on custom molding that will fit your other decor elements perfectly while also maintaining its functionality.

Wood Molding

Durable, natural, sustainable and solid, wood molding can give any home warmth and a classic appeal – characteristics that are hard to obtain with synthetic materials. More than that, the installation process is quite simple, and you can easily replace it if you want a new design. Wood is also the perfect material custom designs, shapes, and sizes.

Instead of opting for cheap and fragile materials, such as plastic or plaster, invest in high-quality wood molding that can withstand the test of time.

Trim Molding

The right trim can be the element that ties the room together. It’s the small details that can make or break the entire design unity of your home. Trim molding gives your home elegance and complexity and can fit in perfectly with your style and personality. Door and window trims add dimension and complexity to the decor, while baseboard and ceiling trim molding are great for covering boring corners and dull lines.

Whatever you have in mind, have a look at what we can do for you. Then, let’s have a chat and craft a plan together.

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