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In cleaning out our parents home, we found my father's hand crafted Oak wood worker's bench from the 1950s in the garage. He was a European carpenter/cabinet maker. Even though it was covered with years of dust and stains, I could not bring myself to part with it. Thankfully I found Tilley Woodworking on Thumbtack. Christopher Tilley did an amazing job refinishing it!. Chris was extremely professional, responsive, punctual, and respectful of the family significance of the piece. He listened carefully, asked questions, was careful in transporting the bench. He even sent me photos mid-way through the project so I could see the new look. Pricing was very reasonable and included pick up and delivery. The bench turned out Beautifully! It now has a permanent place in our living room as a very special piece of furniture. We highly recommend Tilley Woodworking and will definitely use them again for any other wood refinishing projects.
Over the years I've had Brad do a number of jobs, ranging from antique restoration to building custom pieces with beautiful inlay and special features; a music cabinet, bookshelves and a jewelry box. He is a fine artist and craftsman. Jude F.
I had the pleasure an fortune to chose Kitchens & More to remodel my 20 year old kitchen. I spent the better part of a year before choosing Kitchens & More. I went from builders grade to a true showcase Cabinet made in Wisconsin, U.S.A.! My background is in precision Machining, old school. 25 - 50 millionths of a inch at 72 degrees. My father was a Cabinet Maker for 60+ years who settled for nothing less then near perfect! James presented a plan that was well thought out and spot on. Everything is designed for a perfect flow from preparing, cooking, serving and even the clean up after a meal! If you're looking for your dream kitchen contact Kitchens & More. On a scale of 1 through 10 I would rate them 10+! Art and Fay Stienlei.
Experience and an eye for detail. Great job installing a kitchen cabinet.
Josh made quick work of attaching handles to my kitchen and laundry room cabinets. Josh was friendly and did great work. He made sure work was done right and made a point to be sure to leave the rooms clean when done. Highly recommend him.
Benjamin did an excellent job for us! He took down a wall, removed our kitchen cabinets, and relocated the hook-ups for our washer/dryer. We really appreciate his good work and will definitely use him again.
Stefan Hernic, a cabinetmaker from Austria, came to America in 1956. He came to this country not only with his wife, Rosa, and two trunks full of all of their belongings, but also his knowledge and skills of old-world craftsmanship. What he wanted was the American dream which was to have his own business. He wanted to be his own boss, doing what he loved to do. In 1969, with hard work and a determination to succeed, Stefan established Stefan Hernic, Inc., building home bars and cabinetry throughout Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and Illinois. Since then, Stefan Hernic, Inc. has gained trust through their continued quality work. Stefan has passed his work ethics, old-world skills, and his passion on to his son, Josef, who has in turn brought the company up to meet today's technology, becoming more productive, yet still maintaining the high-quality, old-world craftsmanship that Stefan Hernic, Inc. is known for. Stefan Hernic, Inc. is established with over 30 years of skill and experience in making custom designed bars for both residential and commercial, kitchens, entertainment centers, libraries, bar stools, home bars, wet bars, and so much more.
We are creators of quality furniture and cabinetry with design experience insuring our customers that they receive exactly what they are looking for. We have also crafted POP displays and component parts for other industries. We have CNC capabilities to manufacture production parts as well as packaging abilities for final shipment. With over 30 years of experience, no project is too big or too small.
Mike was great to work with. I brought him a small job - putting glass inserts in 2 cabinet door - he also gave me a tour of the shop and showed me some protects he had worked on. Their custom furniture and cabinetry is beautiful.
We design and build custom cabinetry, finish carpentry and general interior and exterior remodeling. We have 42 years of building and remodeling experience.
Working with Wauwatosa cabinet works was a very great experience. I have worked with them on Several projects and all have turned out great. I would recommend using it any of you kitchen , bath etc And will be very happy that you did.
Mark is an expert cabinet painter who produced an excellent final product. Exceeded both time and cost estimates, but still saved me a great deal of money and inconvenience as compared with installing new cabinets.
Our small family-owned company provides woodworking services of all kinds. We specialize in custom cabinetry for the home or business, custom furniture pieces, and furniture restoration. Our benchmarks are distinctive and tight joinery, professional finishes, and custom-tailored installations.
Mark arrived on time and was very helpful solving my main concern of new switches not working with the plugs within minutes. He also installed a waterline for an ice maker that I installed. Will definitely consider him first for future issues that pop up.
This was a design-build project. Ray Habenicht, owner of Habenicht Homes, started with a big empty attic. First, Ray insulated it carefully then framed in the bedroom, closet, and corner storage areas. Then he hung dry-wall and finished the rooms, which had a multitude of difficult, yet charming attic angles. The finished product is delightful and aesthetically pleasing. At this point they primed and painted walls and ceilings. Ray built a tray ceiling with molding and inset lights where a ceiling fan will hang. He built doors to match our 1905 Colonial four-square farmhouse, including smaller versions for the bedroom corner storage areas and one to fit the attic bedroom closet. He trimmed out all the windows and doors, again to match the rest of the home, then added bead board and trim to the walls of the great room area. He built bead board-trimmed doors into the corner storage areas that almost disappear into the rest of the bead board/trim. I say almost, but hasten to say that I'm glad they are a little noticeable, they are so very pleasant. He built-in a special reading nook, with the bookcase modeled after a painting by Swedish painter, Carl Larsen. The south end of the great room includes two built-in desks with drawers (for our homeschooling children to share), two clever bookcases with cubby holes below for baskets, and a large beautiful window seat that opens for storage. Ray was good at re-purposing left-over materials to cut costs. For instance, he suggested using the (beautiful) flooring to top the window-seat and cap off the half-walls. He built-in another desk for a home office as well as a DVD-player cabinet with storage into the half-wall . Ray transformed an unfinished attic into a show-room piece with many personal touches. The craftmanship is amazing. Ray is more than a carpenter, he is a designer, and, really, an artist. Taking our dreams and making them reality. Truly, our attic is not only functional and efficient, it has our personality written all over it. As people come upstairs for the first time they take a deep breath and breathe out, "Wow!"