thanks paul for your help, nice doing business with you.
harold lovell – Ontario Canada
Nice doing business with you.
Very pleased.Doug E. – Dennis Massachusetts
The maple bar rail was perfect, very straight with no sapwood or burnished areas. I was able to use every inch of the nosing having no milling marks anywhere. Here are a couple pics that you may use to show the size and quality. Bar size is 20” wide with 48” to 54” sections.Scott K. – Glastonbury CT
Thank you for getting my order out quickly.
This product was exactly what I was looking for to use when building my basement bar. The product was excellent and the service was great. I can’t recommend this site highly enough.
Andrew S. – Clearfield Pennsylvania
Thank you again for your help with my bar project. I attached a pic of nearly finished top. I will also be calling you in a little bit to discuss an accompanying pub table.
Attached are photos of the bar that I built using Hardwoods Incorporated BR-475 bar rails.
Fred M. – Ohio
The moment has arrived, and I will be building my bar top this weekend! I think I have a very good handle on how I will be proceeding with the build, and have been going over your website tips and blogs extensively in preparation. To my eye, the quality of components shipped and the rela…
Nick S.Coquitlam, British Columbia | Canada
I’m extremely impressed with the quality of your material, workmanship and shipping care. At the time of purchase I thought you were pricey. Now I think every penny was well spent. Thank you all.
Bob BaroneAndreas, Pennsylvania
I finally finished the bar. The wood was perfect and we are very pleased with the results. We are really glad we went with wood vs granite for the bar top. Your tips on joining the boards and cutting the miter joint were very helpful. I did a few test runs and it turned out well. I ended up staining…
I recently built a bar in a room I was finishing in my basement and had a need for high quality hardwood plywood for the bar top and bar rail molding to match. I drove from Delaware to Maryland in search of mahogany material that would make a statement in my “mancave”. I was greeted by Paul (a v…