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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Thanks Paul for helping me out in building this bar top. You gave me advice when I was planning it and responded quickly, when I asked for help with a small problem during the process. My order was ready in a couple days and you made it easy for me to pick it up. The rail and trim was flawless. I definitely recommend you for your high quality work and excellent customer service.

Roger T – Westminster, Maryland

04/26/2021

 

BR475 Maple Bar Rail Molding

I purchased 2 – 7ft sections and 1 – 4ft section of maple BR475. The rails were well packaged and protected. The quality of the rails was excellent; no tear outs, smooth and well machined. I am still finishing out the room but can’t wait to install these rails on the bar. The finished bar will be walnut raised panels with maple trim, The maple rails will be the perfect final touch.

Russ A. – Rockwood, Michigan

01/11/2021

BR475 Maple Bar Rail Molding