Millwork loosely translates to woodwork manufactured at a mill (as per Merriam-Webster). Millwork has been around since the first homes were established. Interior doors, window casings, crown molding, chair railing and wood paneling – all of these can broadly be categorized into millwork. Today, even cabinetry is lumped sometimes into this category. Since the dawn of industrialization, commercial millwork has come a long way. If you are into property business, you want your prospective members to feel at home. Your commercial or residential space should be reflective of your company’s vision and must make people feel welcome at once.

Commercial Millwork

Commercial millwork – before modernization

Traditionally, millwork has entailed fabricating mass-produced lumbar for increasing utility and aesthetics. Early products were manufactured specifically from wood. These were then installed as residential exteriors, interiors and storefronts. Some of these installations included columns, doors, stairways, cabinets, windows and fireplace mantels. During the Golden Age of 1880 to 1910, nearly a majority of all buildings in America were built of wood and commercial millwork in the USA was standardized worldwide. Architects sub-let architectural millwork companies for custom commercial millwork requirement which adhered to unique designs and manufacturing requirements and they were on par with building construction guidelines. A temporary makeshift millwork station would be set up on the construction site itself for creating furniture pieces. Email UsKnow more about our Millwork Services
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Commercial Millwork in the Present Scenario

Millwork services and millwork drawings have come a long way since the Golden Age. Current day architectural millwork services employ graded lumber with extensive use of glass, decorative coatings, fasteners, and polishes. Shop drawings no longer involve the carpenters directly. They rather come to install the already finished cabinetry and other products.

Typically, commercial millwork products can be categorized into two types:

  1. Stock Millwork
  2. Architectural or Custom Millwork

Stock Millwork

Stock millwork comprises of mass produced building components which are interchangeable and can be used for residential and commercial purposes equally. Stock millwork is affordable, cheap and has commonplace designs.

Custom Millwork

Custom architectural millwork is tailor made per the requirements of client or commercial project. Some of the common areas where custom millwork can be applied include stores, lobbies, hotels, restaurants, casinos and receptions. There is a wide variety of commercial millwork products available today such as wall paneling, cabinetry, custom solid surfaces, desks and inbuilt room elements.

Strides in technology, 3D drafting and rendering and advanced machinery have enabled designers to create high-quality shop drawings with precision and innovative designs. Custom millwork service providers in the USA offer more than products and services. They are aiming for carving out a positive working and residing experience for their clients.

Custom commercial millwork services have given several businesses a makeover which is highly relevant keeping customer acquisition and their retention. An aesthetically pleasing ambiance of a company not only calls out to potential clients but also sets a positive image for its personnel.

With over 15 years in providing custom millwork services in USA and Canada, BluEntCAD has the combined skillset and experience for providing you with high-quality millwork shop drawings. Get in touch to partner with us for customizing your business.

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