Rabbet Joints: An Important Joint to Learn

May 22, 2015

There are a number of woodworking skills that you’re going to need to know how to do, and learning how to make rabbet joints is one of those. The following are a few things to know about creating rabbet joints: A rabbet is basically just a groove or a dado on the edge of your wood

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How to Narrow Down Your Wood Choice When Planning a Project

May 20, 2015

There are a number of decisions that you’re going to have to make when you first begin a woodworking project, but one of the biggest factors of a successful project is the wood you pick to make it. The following are a few tips for choosing what type of wood you want to use: First

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Looking for a New Miter Saw? 3 Reasons to Consider the Kapex KS 120

May 15, 2015

If you’re serious about woodworking, then you are going to want a miter saw for your woodworking shop. While there are plenty of high quality miter saws out there, we highly recommend the Kapex KS 120 miter saw. The following are three reasons why you should pick up the Kapex KS 120: It has a durable

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Tips for Getting the Look of Aged Wood for Your Projects

February 26, 2015

There’s something about the look of aged wood that gives it so much more character than non-aged wood. It’s a rustic quality that provides warmth and beauty. However, you may not be able to use actual aged wood for your project. Fortunately, there are some ways that you can give your wood a more worn

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Get Your Crown Molding Right With These Tips

November 17, 2014
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If you’re looking to add some additional architectural interest to the walls in your home, then you consider installing crown molding. Crown molding is a great way to not only add visual interest, but also a touch of elegance and sophistication to your interior design. The following are a few tips for cutting your crown

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Get a Distressed Painting Look Out of Your Wood

August 29, 2014

If you’re looking to add a warm and more casual atmosphere to your home, then you should try using distressed wood elements. This doesn’t mean that you have to go out and use distressed wood – you can actually distress it yourself. The following are a few tips to help you do just that: Use sandpaper

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We Offer Quality Mill Services to Kansas City Area

July 30, 2013

Schutte Lumber Company has had its roots firmly planted as the leading Kansas City lumberyard to offer mill services since 1880. With over 160 years of experience, we are confident in the quality of our services. Rough Timbers Rough timbers provide access to a variety of interests in both domestic and specialty woods. We can resaw

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Start Your Deck Remodel Right with Proper Planning

July 29, 2013

Whether you are a do-it-yourselfer or plan to hire a professional builder or architect, the success of planning a deck remodel can be improved by good planning.  Before you break ground on your new deck, make certain you have considered the following: Educate yourself about what is involved with a deck remodel. There are a variety

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Building a Fence? Make Sure You Use One of These Types of Lumber

July 28, 2013

Building a fence may seem like a straightforward remodeling project, but there are some important decisions that must be made, not the least of which is the type of wood to use. Before getting started, be sure to investigate which type of wood is the best for your needs and lifestyle. Here are three excellent

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Best Ideas and Tips for Building a Storage Shed

July 27, 2013

Having easy access to the tools and materials needed to do yardwork or a minor repair can make all the difference in how fast and how well the task is performed.  To this end, a convenient and easily accessible storage shed is a must for anyone who loves working outdoors. Here are some tips on

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