At long last – literally months – I’ve been able to finish our bar. I’ve posted a couple of pics to the Hardwoods Facebook page but also wanted to email you with my most sincere thanks.
It was a much bigger job than I’d anticipated, but it turned out better than I’d ever imagined. I attribu…
All bar rail, bar front moldings and trim we’re of exceptional quality. Shipping was quick and we’ll packaged.
Jim S. – Waterford MI
Your rails are the perfect finishing touch to our bar. We used both the rails and the round corners. They fit like a glove and are easy to use for a first time “bar builder”. The videos made it easy. I’d recommend them to anyone. And thanks for your help on how to finish them.
Tony F. – Highland Hei…
It’s been well over a year since we last communicated, but I did say then that I would send you a photo of my bar. I transformed my front living room into O’Sherin’s Irish Pub.
Thanks for producing such a fine product, perfectly shaped. I sweated the measurements and the cutting but it came out beau…
Paul, Your help was greatly appreciated in the completion of the bar I built for the American Legion in Ocean City, NJ. The mahogany bar rail and bottom rail went very well with the Heart Pine. The quality of the wood was great. If you are ever in Ocean City, stop by for a drink. I have attached…
Complete and easy to use web site
very nicely machined
Great product and service!
Michael M. – Minneapolis, Minnesota
I bought a cherry bar kit from you back in late August. Several times I called you for help since this was my first wood-working project. You were an excellent resource and contributed greatly to the success of my project. I thought I would share a few pictures of the finished project, which you are…
My bar came out well. I truly appreciate your help, especially, answering my many novice questions.
The walnut is excellent and the packing incredible!
As an added bonus my wife claims she now has enough packing material to last her the next 10 years.
Larry M. – Acme MI
Bar Rail Molding Profiles
In the diagrams below:
- “A” represents the first top notch of the bar rail and the radius at which to cut your main bar top layer.
- “B” represents the second bottom notch of the bar rail and the radius at which to cut your sub-top layer.
- “C” represents the radius at the outside of your bar rail molding.