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Residential millwork has been growing in popularity over the last few years in the GTA, and for good reason. It’s beautiful and functional, and it can beautify any home. If you aren’t familiar with millwork, it might be time to acquaint yourself with the subject, especially if you’re looking to rejuvenate your home with a remodelling job in the near future.

Millwork is traditionally the woodwork that would be done at the lumber mill. This includes door frames, window casings, chair rails, bookcases and cabinetry. It’s usually customized and fitted into the space in question by a skilled and experienced craftsman.

If you’re looking for a way to add a little sophistication and elegance to your home, then residential millwork might be the right choice for you. Contact only the most reputable millwork team in your area to learn more about how millwork can be used to improve your home. You’ll be amazed at the results that can only be attained by speaking with a professional craftsman.
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Residential millwork was once the go to for beautiful architectural work in homes that valued the work of a true craftsman. In recent years, residential millwork has seen an increase in demand as interior designers the world over are making moves toward its incorporation into their designs. But why? What is millwork? Taking a few minutes to learn more about the art could be a step towards a better home remodel job in the future.

 

What Is Millwork?

 

Millwork refers to any work that would have been done at a lumber mill in the past. In some applications, millwork has been replaced by plastic or vinyl pieces. Modern millwork is typically made up of traditional wood pieces, but has grown to include some synthetic materials, wood hybrid combinations and some types of glass that are used in construction.

 

Why Millwork?

 

There are a few great reasons to consider millwork in your next home remodel. Aesthetically, it’s substantially more interesting and beautiful than plastic or other options. Additionally, millwork can be custom fitted into any area. Customized cabinets and bookcases can be used to make better use of space and simply can’t be matched by off-the-shelf storage options.

 

When it comes to sprucing up your home, custom residential millwork can be a real game changer. Before jumping onboard the plastic wagon, be sure to speak with an experienced millwork team and explore the options available to you. It could easily lead to outstanding results that will make you the envy of all your neighbours!

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