Archive for December, 2017

Tongue and Groove Bar Top Slabs

We’ve been busy in the shop making bar top kits and bar rail moldings for all of our customers. Pictured below is over 140 linear feet of tongue and groove main bar top kits made from poplar for a large commercial bar project in Philadelphia Pa.Main bar top kits are ready to assemble and install easily over your plywood subtop 1 piece at a time with screws from underneath, gluing only the top edge of the joints. A bar clamp may be used to close any open seams while attaching the planks. Clean any excess glue with a damp cloth,…

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DIY Home Bars

Our customers are building fine looking home bars and occasionally they send us pictures of their work. We want to share with you several recently completed bars crafted by do-it-yourself’ers throughout the USA. In this picture we see a nice little home bar made from American Walnut trimmed with baseboard molding, cap molding, fluted columns and a brass foot rail.The bar top features a granite tile top trimmed with a walnut Chicago style bar rail molding. Perfect for 4 bar stools and one on the end. Get this look: Bar front fluted column & BR 475 bar rail Here we have…

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Traditional wood bar arm rest molding with cropped corners.

When building a home or commercial bar of any size or shape at some point in the process you will need to decide how to deal with the corner or corners of the bar rail molding. The standard option for navigating turns in bar rail molding is the simple 90 degree mitered corner. Although this option may be a fast and easy way to make the corner it can result in a somewhat sharp edge at the very tip of the miter that can be a little tough on your guests. There is another option.  How about taking the edge…

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My first time building a bar top. This company was very great too do business with on both product quality and customer service. I would definitely recommend them for any bar top remodel or new.

Michael C. – Milville Massachusetts

07/01/19

BR475 Red oak bar rail molding.

I received my order for a 12′ oak bar rail that was cut in half and when I unpacked it, I noticed the ends were not biscuit cut as listed. I sent an email with my concern and Paul called me on a Saturday. I had not unwrapped the ends completely, they go the extra mile in their packaging and shipping and place small cut ends on the ends to protect them during shipping and yes, the two ends were cut for a biscuit joint with a biscuit included. Great quality product, quick shipping and super customer service. If you are building a bar, you need to order your parts from Hardwoods Incorporated – you won’t be disappointed!!

Gary CurryNovember 1, 2014Laramie, Wyoming