Bar Building Blog

New Bar Rail Moldings & Parts by HWI

We recently launched our new website and webstore which includes a few new bar rail offerings for home and commercial bar building projects.

Pictured below is our

BR475-3CM Bar Rail Molding

BR 475-3cm

BR 475-3cm Diagram

We make our BR475-3CM bar rail molding with a 3CM top notch to fit over standard thickness granite or any other material suitable for a bar top including hardwoods, tile or metal. A 3/4 bottom notch is provided to receive the plywood sub top under the granite necessary for attaching the bar rail. BR475-3CM is available online in our standard wood species and can be customized in a variety of imported and unusual wood grains by request please Contact Us for a quote.

Pictured below is our newest addition to our bar rail offerings:

135 Degree Radius Corners

We now make our entire line of bar rail radius corners in a 135/45 degree version for softening up the corners of your home bar or commercial bar top. Available online in our stock wood types and customizable in most imported and figured wood species. They match up seamlessly with our BR475, BR550, BR475-S and BR158 straight bar rail sections and are pre-trimmed ready to install. Please visit our Bar Building Resources page to download our bar top cutting instructions for radius corner installation pdf.

Drip Edge 3 Packs

drip edge
Drip Edge & Glass Rack Molding

Drip edge now available online in 3 piece bundles milled in our standard wood offerings oak, cherry, poplar, walnut and mahogany; use these on the edge of your glass rail molding as shown to prevent liquids from spilling over the bar or on any ¾” thick surface to trim off the edge. Save on shipping verses single piece purchase.

We are always working on ways to improve the DIY experience for our customers, please visit our newly added FAQ’S page and all the links on bar building resources and Contact Us with any questions or custom requests you may have.

Thank you for considering Hardwoods Incorporated.

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