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Strategies for Painting your Wood Trim

You have finished choosing your ideal trim style, you made the purchase and it is now installed. If you want to make wood trim look modern, or if you are...

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How to Retrofit New Doors in Your Existing Home

If you’re currently looking at your late 80’s early 90’s builder grade doors and thinking ‘these just aren’t cutting it anymore’…you’re not alone! Builder grade is at a much higher...

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4 Additional Trim Products to Enhance your Standard Trim in your Home

Baseboard, Casing…. Window trim, Door trim, trim for walls, trim ON walls…. These are just some names for the standard trim you need for your home. One type of standard...

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6 Millwork Features to Incorporate in Your Living Room Redesign

There are many rooms in a home, some more important than others and some used most often. A living room, similar to a kitchen in a home, is likely the...

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The Different Types of Closet Doors and Which Ones You Should Get

You get a brand new closet organizer installed in your home, maybe you have a simple layout with closet shelving or closet rods. Your organization goals are satisfied, YAY! Now...

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How to Clean your Doors and Trim For your Home

Estimated Reading Time: 6 Minutes. Cleaning can get some people excited and for some it is something they dread. Although it may not be something you look forward to, it is...

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Keep the Charm in your Home with Custom Trim

The housing industry has seen a great increase in demand ever since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. With so much time being spent inside, we are looking at the...

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How To Select The Best Interior Doors For Your Project

Interior doors are probably the most used components in any home. Think about all the times you go in and out of your bedroom, the times the door needs to...

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Why Choose Poplar for Your Interior Trim Project?

This soft “hardwood” might just be your perfect choice.‍Poplar, the softest hardwood of its kind (and not always considered a “hardwood” for that reason), comes from the yellow poplar or...

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Things you should know about barn doors before you buy one for your home

For the past few years, the “Barn Door” has been what everyone is talking about, what everyone wants in their home or building, and what solves many people’s problems when...

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