What Is Millwork?
At Alliance Cabinets & Millwork, we pride ourselves on being able to provide customers with fine, custom-crafted millwork to look beautiful in any home. However, not everyone knows what millwork is. In order for you to understand why we’re the best millworkers for the job, you’ve got to understand what it is that we’re doing.
Traditionally, millwork refers to any woodmill-produced building construction, and woodmill-produced materials are generally what we offer at Alliance. Over time, however, as cheaper materials have become available, millwork can also refer to building construction made with synthetics, plastics, and wood-adhesive composites. Even these synthetics, though, are usually combined with some form of wood in order to be considered millwork.
What Is It Used For?
In renovating your home, you may be looking for a lot of changes, and those changes are often matters of millwork. Millwork is typically used for things like crown molding, baseboard molding, doors, window frames, and wood panelling. With so many things covered under the blanket of millwork, you can trust Alliance to not only complete one part of your home’s renovation, but many.
Because millwork is typically made from woodmill products, it usually comes with a finish. These finishes come in a variety of colors and shades, and with so much to choose from it can get a little overwhelming. Our experienced contractors now only know what they’re doing with cabinets and home renovations, but they know what colors work together as well. A recent trend in millwork finishing in homes has been to have varying colors, though it’s more common to keep your wood finish color consistent throughout your house.
Now that you may have a better idea of what millwork is, you can understand why Alliance is the best woodworking company for your home renovation. With a wealth of knowledge and possibilities, we can give you the home you’ve always wanted.