Archive for July, 2017

Why Choose a Hardwood bar top Slab?

Hardwood bar tops make great additions to any home or commercial bar! Each unique slab comes with its own set of colors, wood grain, and flaws, giving your project an individual character. We at Hardwoods Incorporated have a wide variety of natural hardwood bar top slabs to choose from. No two hardwood bar top slabs are alike, meaning your project will be unlike any other bar top out there. Our solid one-piece bar top slabs can be routered with a soft bull nose edge to show off the full character of your new bar top while being a comfortable space…

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Custom Commercial Bar Top

Pictured is a recently completed commercial bar top made from solid oak for a client in Chester, New York and manufactured by Hardwoods Incorporated using our stock bar top kits, glass rail & drip edge, bar top wings and BR475 Bar Rail Molding and radius corner.

New Shipping Specifications for BR475-S Bar Rail Radius Corners

Our BR475-S bar rail molding corners now ship with the skirt/apron portion trimmed back 1/2″ as shown below: This 1/2″ cut back allows for the adjoining straight section of apron to lap over onto the radius section and thus creating a visual offset. The offset adds strength to the joint, looks better visually and eliminates the need for perfect allignment with the seam on the actual bar rail molding itself. Please contact us with questions or concerns prior to ordering or when installing our BR475-S Bar Rail Radius Corners. Thank you for choosing Hardwoods Incorporated. Save

Paul,

The bar rail is great and fit like a glove!  Very easy to install and exceeded my expectations…..    See attached photos and feel free to use.

DIY Bar

John R. – Chesterland Ohio

06/28/18

Very easy to install and exceeded my expectations.....

The product was perfect and was delivered quickly. Good instructions on how to stain and varnish the bar rails was also very helpful. I had called ahead to speak with someone and the service was great. The rail adds so much to the appeal of the bar.

Adam B. – Phoenixville, Pennsylvania

11/19/18