Want a home bar? Build one!
Have you ever dreamed of having your own home bar? What’s stopping you?
A home bar may be one of those home improvement projects that feels like a luxury to hire a professional to build, but is just daunting enough to frighten a prospective do-it-yourselfer. If you decide to make the leap and build your own home bar, you can enjoy many great advantages.
Home bars are great places to gather with family, friends, and neighbors to enjoy a cool drink and some snacks while cheering on your favorite sports team. They’re also ideal places to set up an espresso machine for a nice latte or iced coffee and some good conversation.
Whether you’re building a basement bar, a patio bar, or the latest bar shed, home bars are safe, comfortable places to spend your free time.
Home bars add value and a unique feel to your home, regardless of if you hire a professional or build it yourself.
If you do choose to build your own home bar, you can work at your own pace instead of that of a contractor. Once it’s finished, you get the satisfaction of knowing and saying that you built that beautiful new home feature all on your own.
Building yourself also means you will save money on labor. With a little extra time and work, you can learn how to craft a home bar to fit your own specifications.
At Hardwoods Incorporated, we manufacture and stock a complete line of bar rail moldings, bar top parts, and bar fronts for all aspiring home bar builders. We also have attempted to make the bar-building process easier for you, compiling over a dozen tutorials, videos, templates, and specifications on our bar building resources page. Our website features a blog library that addresses some of the more intricate details of custom bar building. And don’t forget: Hardwoods Incorporated staff also are available by email or phone during regular business hours to help you solve your tricky construction problems. Let us help you get the home bar of your dreams!
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