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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BR475 Bar rail molding used for a new bar at Muscle Car City. Just the touch we needed for a professional look. The fit and finish of the materials was perfect.

Thank you

Rick T. – Punta Gorda, Florida

11/26/18

The fit and finish of the materials was perfect!

Here are a couple of pictures of my DIY bar in my new man-cave Theater room.

Don Lambert 1

Bar Rail and corner was shipped as expected and within the holiday scramble!! Customer service was great and very helpful on the shipping info. I was impressed how easy it was to install, I m no wood worker…. following the steps within the Hardwoods site and it all seemed to fit together nicely. not sure if your supposed to but i did use a Kreg tool to pull the joints together worked great for me… Stained and after 5-6 coats of Poly looks pretty good. I hope to do an out side bar this summer and will be purchasing again.

Thanks Don L. – Brownsburg, IN

12/26/17

 

Customer service was great and very helpful on the shipping info.