1. Do you offer international shipping?

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Yes, Please complete our international quote request form and one of our customer service representatives will be in touch shortly to confirm your product cost, your shipping cost and terms of sale.

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2. Is a 135 and 45 degree corner the same thing?

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Yes. This can be a little confusing as the 135° is measured on the outside while the 45° is measured on the inside; in effect one in the same when using our 135° degree Bar Rail Radius Corners. Save

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3. Where would a 135 degree corner be used?

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Use the 135 degree corner to create a cropped corner on a bar top or bar front as shown. Save

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4. What do I do if my shipment arrives damaged?

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Take pictures, save the packaging, and contact us promptly by phone at (301) 665-9505 or email at info@hardwoodsincorporated.com.

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5. How do you ship?

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We ship by UPS ground for items up to 8′ long. Orders over 8′ are shipped by LTL truck. Either way please allow 2 to 5 business days in transit. Larger orders and remote areas may take longer.

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6. How soon will I receive my order?

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Almost all of our bar building products are in stock and ship within 5 business days from receipt of your order.* We ship by UPS ground. Please allow 2 to 5 days in transit depending on your location. *For bar top kits please allow up to 10 business days for shipment of this product.

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7. Do you sell end caps for your bar rails?

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No. Please see the attached picture showing our recommendation for ending the bar rail molding. We believe that end caps are bulky, unsightly and only calls more attention to what looks like a mistake. Pictured below is another option for ending our Chicago Bar Rail Molding by mitering the molding back to itself.

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9. How much extra bar rail should I allow for miters?

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We recommend 5” to 6” extra per miter on our BR475, BR475-S & BR550 series bar rails and about 3” for our BR158 to be on the safe side.

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Hi Paul,

Attached are two pictures of your products being used in the construction of our new bar at the Reservation Golf and Beach Club in Mattapoisett, MA. I chose to use Hardwoods Inc. over another supplier after reading the many satisfied customer reviews. We placed an order for the 6” radius corner, and 24’ each of the matching Chicago Bar Rail and drip edge in white oak. We received the products on time and were immediately impressed with the shipping containers, everything arrived in perfect condition thanks to the excellent package protection.

We finished our bar using ¾” Birch plywood, #1 pine boards, Wainscoting and Hardwoods Inc. white oak bar rails and drip edge. We used  General Finishes stain and Arm-A-Seal gloss urethane to finish and protect the wood. We are very pleased with the fit and finish of your products and all aspects of dealing with your company. Please feel free to use this review as you see fit, and thank you for making and delivering such high quality American made products!

Sincerely

Michael Lizotte

Reservation Golf and Beach Club.

05/05/2021

 

BR475 White Oak Chicago Bar Rail & Radius Corner.

Really happy with the bar rails. Arrived in great condition and was easy to install on my hand built bar.

Alan M. – Seattle, Washington

02/07/2021

BR475 Maple Bar Rail Molding