Posts Tagged ‘glass rail’

Things You Need to Build a Bar (Besides Hardwoods Inc.’s Bar Rails!)

Building your first bar can seem like a daunting task. You’ve got all the planning, measuring, cutting, and installing, and you don’t want to forget anything! We’ve gathered a list of the things you’ll need to build a bar – besides our high-quality hardwood bar rails! Bar Parts To build a bar, you’re going to need some basic bar parts:               Bar Top: You’ll need a top for your bar, where guests can rest their drinks. This can either be tongue and groove, like one of our quick ship hardwood bar top kits, or…

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Hi Paul,

I have been meaning to thank you for helping me through every step of the way to an amazing final product, and more importantly an amazing and satisfying experience with our basement renovation highlighted by the new Brazilian Cherry wood Bar Rail.

Every step in the entire process under promised and thoroughly over delivered! What most impressed me was your personal patience in handling all, and I mean all, my questions especially about fashioning substitutes for end caps. I am forwarding separately close up pix of the ends as fashioned by my creative finish carpenter.

We are more than proud of this bar and I am sure we would not have gotten anything close to this result without your beginning to end help, advice and guidance. The beauty of the wood didn’t hurt either!

Please take a FIVE STARS in the largest font possible for both the bar – rail and radius corners……and the customer service and experience!

I’d be offended if you didn’t share. You are a quality owner! Thanks again.

Kevin J. Cullen Esq.

Milford, Connecticut

08/24/19Kevin Cullen 1

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Brazilian Cherry Chicago Bar Rail Molding.

I debated long and hard about the best way to complete my bar and decided bar rail would be the finishing touch that would take it over the top. After pulling the trigger on some BR475, I anxiously awaited its arrival. My order arrived on time and was well packaged to protect the pieces during shipping! One of the lengths was a 15-foot segment that required it to be cut in half and biscuit jointed. When mounted, the 2 pieces lined up perfectly with grain matching and everything. After all said and done, it was well worth the money and I would highly recommend Hardwoods Incorporated to anyone.

Sean B. – Strasburg, Colorado

02/17/2021

BR475 Red Oak Bar Rail Moldings