What is millwork?
If you’ve ever had a home remodeling project, you’ve probably heard the term “millwork”. The word itself implies work that was completed in a mill. The term “milling” means to shape a surface, typically with a machine. Therefore, in the context of remodeling, the term millwork is loosely used to reference shaped wood utilized throughout the interior and exterior of the home.
Adding Custom Millwork to Your Home
At Cedars Woodworking, we install custom decorative millwork for homeowners in southcentral Pennsylvania. This includes base trim, doors, crown molding, window and door casing, wainscoting, paneling, chair rail, coffered ceilings, and more on the interior of the home. On the exterior of the home, millwork includes balusters and balustrades, entrance and window casing, decorative moldings, shutters, columns and posts, and more.
Historic Millwork Restoration
Cedars Woodworking specializes in replicating historic millwork for older homes, churches, and historic buildings. Historic millwork such as doors, windows, moldings, and columns all are remade to like the original designs. Our craftsmen use a combination of modern technology and old-fashioned handcrafting to ensure the millwork looks accurate. So whether you are looking to repair or replace your historic millwork, let us handle your historic restoration project, making your building look like it origially did.