We are finishing up an addition and kitchen renovation. We designed, fabricated and just today installed this shoe cubby and coat locker in the addition. The door panels have a 1/4" diagonal metal grid allowing air flow and keeps things out of site.
Wood for Building and Furniture
We occasionally come across beautiful or unique trees that we can salvage for lumber - perfect for tables, counter tops, or other unique carpentry needs. Each has its own unique personality and practicality for use. We post wood slabs in our store when we get them in, so check back often! Contact Greg if you are interested!
I've had my eye on this log for sometime now. I finally got started on cutting it up. 96" x 18" - 28" wide. The wood is Ash.
Here's a sneak peak of a recently completed Sawdust Therapy project. I am finalizing the rest of the photos. Stay turned. (See project page here.)
We started an addition and kitchen renovation. Our scope of work didn't include anything to do with chimneys until yesterday. The chimney was about ready to fall and water was getting into the house. We took it down today.
Sawdust Therapy does like to do things "big" sometimes. The project we're currently working on includes an underground cistern to catch rainwater from the home's roof. Today, the cistern was installed!
Its not often that a project's homeowner has rough-cut lumber from their property available for me to do something with. We milled the red oak into tongue-and-groove flooring - enough for the floor in the den. We will also be using cherry and sycamore that is also from their property.
We are excavating the driveway to the garage at the rear of the property. It will be fill with 8" of compacted gravel. The top surface is a Lego like product that once installed you fill the small holes with dirt and plant grass. Looking across their yard you won't know it's a driveway. Yep, they will have to mow it. It's a green thing.