Archive for November, 2012

How to Install Bar Rail

How to Install Bar Rail A short guide to installing Chicago style bar rail: The tools we will be using to fit and install the bar rail molding are a drill, glue, screws, spoil board, biscuit joiner, and biscuits. The sub top should extend out beyond the main bar top 1 and 9/16″ as shown. We first set up the spoil board to hold the bar rail up in position while cutting. We set the miter box angle at 45 degrees and position the bar rail on the spoil board to make the first cut. Next, we reset the miter…

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Paul was incredibly helpful along the way and has a great product line. As this was my first time building a bar, or really any project this big, I needed some guidance and he was always willing to offer advice on what to do and which product to order. Highly recommend ordering from them if you’re building a bar for a home or business!

Ryan H. – Overland Park, Kansas

08/19/2020

Several orders; BR475 Bar rails, Radius corners & Panel moldings

Paul,

I just wanted to thank you for including that extra inch on the bar rail a few weeks ago and let you know how it turned out.

When we went to install it, we had exactly 3/8″ to spare! We trimmed it up and it slid right in. It looks fantastic!

Also, all of the helpful hints on the website were greatly appreciated. By the time I got done reading/watching all of the instructions and related hints, I was fully prepared and didn’t encounter any nasty surprises. Frankly, it may have been one of the easiest parts of the project.

I am sanding things down now in preparation for staining.

Thanks again.

David P.Glenview, IL