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HARDWOOD

Enduring By Nature

For homeowners who prefer hardwood, you can choose from our mixed-length oak

tongue and groove flooring boards. Highly durable in nature, they have tight knots and thereby

fit the frame for a rustic ambiance. A clearer grain option is also available besides hickory,

pecan, black walnut, and similar species of wood.

What makes hardwood a popular contender:

  • Hardwoods are great insulators and give a warm feeling when you walk on it.

  • Highly durable, and resistant to cracks, it can last a lifetime

  • Comes in a wide array of finishes, from ash to reddish shade

For homeowners who prefer hardwood, you can choose from our mixed-length oak

tongue and groove flooring boards. Highly durable in nature, they have tight knots and thereby

fit the frame for a rustic ambiance. A clearer grain option is also available besides hickory,

pecan, black walnut, and similar species of wood.

What makes hardwood a popular contender:

  • Hardwoods are great insulators and give a warm feeling when you walk on it.

  • Highly durable, and resistant to cracks, it can last a lifetime

  • Comes in a wide array of finishes, from ash to reddish shades

Bevel Sidings

Among the most widely preferred siding, this is one design uses rough, resaws lumber at a

certain angle to give shape to two different pieces of wood. One generally has a thinner edge

compared to the other and has a saw-textured pattern. Bevel siding is essentially installed in a

horizontal manner to make it visually appealing; It is characterized by shadow lines with varying thickness.

Why install bevel sidings:

  • Comes in knotty and clear grades, thereby giving away a different look

  • Renders an upmarket, posh look and can boost your property value

  • Offers moderate protection against harsh weather conditions

Board and batten siding

As a one-of-a-kind wood siding that has been en vogue for decades, Board and Batten has come a long way. From being used chiefly as a protective measure, today it has evolved into a style quotient for properties across America, especially mansions and bungalows. This particular type of wood siding uses multiple pieces of wood (battens) and stands in contrast to larger planks, thereby offering a stacked appearance.

Why use board and batten sidings?
 

  • Withstands harsh weather conditions like rain and sleet

  • Long lasting and adds to the curb appeal

  • Unique and versatile siding option that can be used for mansions, villas, or even beach houses

Channel or Lap siding

Lap Siding, also popularly known as Channel Siding, is a favoured option for those seeking a rustic look for their house. This particular type of siding packs versatility as it can be installed vertically, horizontally, or diagonally. With channel siding, each board's profile partly overlaps the board next to it, forming a channel that creates shadow line effects, offers superb weather protection, and allows for dimensional movement.

What makes Lap Siding a popular choice:
 

  • Highly durable

  • Comes in a wide array of colors

  • Easy on maintenance

Log Siding

Wooden logs or siding that is solid are typically milled logs, providing the appearance of a genuine wooden log cabin. However, instead of being stacked and mortared into position, they are attached to a home's existing exterior.

Advantages of installing Log Sidings:
 

  • Easy on pockets

  • Fast installation

  • Readily packs in great insulation properties

Drop Siding

A popular siding option, commonly seen in vintage buildings to impart a modern look. Drop siding uses two wooden boards, with each edge overlapping to create a riveting channel profile. At Custom Cut Millwork, our drop siding creations use fir, cedar, and pinewood as base material.

We install Drop Sides:

  • Extremely versatile as it can be installed either horizontally, diagonally, or vertically

  • Facilitates full expansion and contraction of wood across seasons

  • Can resist harsh weather conditions and last the test of time

Trims and mouldings

Trims and mouldings readily add a touch of quality and elegance to doors, windows, and various architectural elements. At Custom Cut Millwork, we use pine, fir, and hardwood and can customize them according to your requirements.

Why add trims and mouldings to your living spaces:

  • It heightens the visual appeal

  • Offers a definition to your entrances

  • Acts as a fine contrast to your furniture

Got a unique plan for your living spaces that you want to dicuss with us? We can totally make things come to be!

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