One way to set your new building or remodeling project apart is through architectural millwork. This kind of distinctive woodwork can add the perfect finishing touch to a room or an entire building, giving it some added style and panache as well as helping you achieve the overall look that you desire. Specializing in custom mouldings since 1798, J. Gibson McIlvain offers you the benefits of unmatched quality and selection, custom options, and national shipping.
Unmatched Quality and Selection
J. Gibson McIlvain offers an extensive catalog of millwork options (pdf), each of which is currently available in dozens of woods. The premium wood in stock at J. Gibson McIlvain has been expertly selected from only the best sawmills across the country and around the globe. With an inventory of over 7 million board feet milled from prime forests and up-to-date millwork facilities, J. Gibson McIlvain is set up to handle your company’s wholesale orders.
Woods McIlvain keeps in stock include domestic woods as well as wood from Asia, Africa, South America, and Europe. Some popular options include hard maple, walnut, white oak, teak, sapele, and genuine mahogany. Both the lumber grade and millwork are second-to-none, with each board inspected by hand no less than three times: first, upon arrival; second, after drying; and third, once the order has been prepared for your specific needs. Examples of architectural millwork that can be crafted from almost any of the woods McIlvain keeps in stock include chair rails, back bands, bar rails, casings, crown mouldings, feature strips, landing treads, handrails, and panel moulding.
Custom Options Available
Reasons for custom millwork include matching an existing pattern and attaining a unique look. The need for matching an existing pattern can arise with water or fire damage or decay or due to a desire for consistency throughout a building with additions or remodeling. Other reasons for having your architectural millwork tailor-made might be the desire to achieve a particular style or to fit with other architectural elements in a building’s design. From historic restorations to contemporary designs, no style is outside the spectrum of McIlvain’s professional millworkers’ abilities.
If you’re close enough to the J. Gibson McIlvain plants in Maryland and Connecticut, you’re invited to visit their world-class facilities and meet with their millwork professionals in person, but if you aren’t in their area, they can also ship your order anywhere in the United States. Whether your order is a custom project or an assortment of architectural millwork that they have readily available, remote orders can be placed by the unit or the truckload. Especially if you’re at a distance, you’ll be pleased with their top-of-the-line computer systems that will track your order from the day that they receive it, updating you with your order’s progress through every step, through completion and delivery.
When you’re ready to discuss the benefits and options of buying premium architectural millwork, the professional millwork team at J. Gibson McIlvain will be pleased to be of service.
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