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"Quality millwork at affordable prices." 
Since 1984.
Vist our showroom in Williamstown, NJ and see what you won't see elsewhere.

Small Jobs/Services

Services
Got new carpet? Doors don't fit?
Take hardware off your interior doors & bring them in to The Wood Works -- We'll cut them while you wait!
 
Have any broken drawers?
Bring them in we can either fix it or build new boxes.
 
Lumber - Pine, Poplar, Oak, Maple, Mahogany, Cherry & Walnut
We do Custom Cutting - Joining - Planing - Edging - Sanding - Mitre Cuts
 
Edge Treatments ( Decorative routed edges ) Your boards or ours
 
Wood Columns - In Stock We cut them to length. We split them in half
 
Interior Doors
Cut to height
Rip to width
Route out for hinges
Bore hole for standard locks

Miscellaneous Products

Chop Blocks - Oak & Maple
 
Columns - Capitals - Base
Wood & Fiberglass
Round & Square - Plain, Fluted and Arts & Crafts
 
Interior & Exterior Doors
 
Interior Lumber - Plywoods - Veneers
 
Moldings
Crowns - Chair Rails - Baseboards - Rope
Door & Window Trims
Bar Rails
Stemware
 
Custom
Cabinet Doors & Drawer Fronts
Door & Window Heads
Thresholds
Window Sills
Window Valances
Shelves
Wall Rails
 
 
Need a special display case or something else? Send us a sketch -- We'll give you a quote!


HOW - TO
CUSTOMIZE A ROOM WITH WOODWORK

Homeowners have their own individual requirements and decorating ideas for the rooms that comprise their homes. Needs change and some rooms might not be decorated or designed to accommodate the function that a homeowner would prefer.Whether it is a home office, a library, a den, or a recreation or bar room, the planning stages are the most important -- yet most often ignored -- part of the project.
 
Planning
Decide which room you'd like to update and what purpose it should serve. Try to stay focused on this room only. No detail is too small. Consider what furniture and other features you would like this room to accommodate. Based on the room size, it may be necessary to eliminate some things, but this can be done after you try to have it all.
 
Measure
Measure the room size, locating all doors, windows, heat and cold air returns, ceiling height, window heights from the floor and how far down from the ceiling, and any other important room characteristics.
Measure furniture, televisions and appliances that will be placed into the room.
 
Finishing
Cabinets, bookcases, bars, mantles and mouldings can be purchased in paint-grade and stain-grade woods. When selecting a stain-grade wood, you will have to decide which type of wood will give the appearance you'd perfer. Commonly available stain-grade woods are oak, pine, maple, cherry and mahogany. Samples of different types of woods with various stains are available for viewing in our store.
Items are available unfinished or finished. Naturally, unfinished items are less expensive than finished items.
 
Style
Cabinets and mantles are available in a variety of styles. including contemporary, traditional, colonial and victorian. Contemporary is the plainest and often least expensive. Victorian is the most ornate and often most expensive.
Custom style can be manufactured, however they cost more than pre-designed styles and require a longer time to produce. If a pre-designed style or slightly altered style meets your needs it should cost less.
Moldings dress up a room and come in many styles. Moldings are available as baseboards, chair rails, ceiling crowns, door and window trim, and wall panel molding.
Carvings and corbels are great accents and offer a wide selection to choose from.
Bars traditionally have a raised or flat panel front, with or without fluted pilasters and panel molding. Back bars come in many styles, usually with a mirror.The Wood Works has displays and photographs of various styles.
 
Sizes
If a stock size product, in a satisfactory style and construction is available, it will cost less than a custom sized product.
Custom cabinets are more expensive. However, any size may be manufactured and design changes may be made.
 
Construction
Traditional types of construction are veneered fiberboard, veneered plywood and solid lumber.
Veneered plywood ( our construction ) holds fasteners better than veneered fiberboard and is a stable product. Solid lumber is usually used for anything that requires a profile, such as moldings, cabinet doors, cabinet facings and raised panels.