December 18th, 2013
One tree may be very much like the next, but the same can’t really be said about the wood that comes from those trees. Lumber tends to fall into two categories – hardwoods and softwoods. When selecting wood or lumber in Ohio to create the look you want, it’s important to know a little about the wood before you begin your project. Rino’s Woodworking Shop, Inc. can help answer your questions.
Softwoods VS Hardwoods
Most softwoods tend to be just that – softer – than hardwoods, but the difference goes much deeper. The true difference are the vessels in the micro-structures inside the tree. These micro-structures – picture blood vessels – move nutrients and water through the layers of a tree as it grows. Read the rest of this entry »
December 16th, 2013
When you are building a new home or remodeling the one you’ve been living in for years, it is the finishing touches that make all the difference. One of the best ways to ensure that your home reaches its full potential is to include hardwood molding. If you are in Ohio, Rino’s Woodworking Shop, Inc. can meet all of your hardwood molding needs.
Most home owners take pride in their home. You want the best. That’s where custom molding comes in. Mass produced molding will never live up to the craftsmanship of custom molding made from only the finest wood in the world. Read the rest of this entry »
December 14th, 2013
If you are in the market for exotic hardwood lumber in Ohio, then you know you won’t find what you need at your typical lumberyard. When only the finest exotic hardwoods will do, let Rino’s Woodworking Shop, Inc. find what you need. With our supply chain, we can deliver your exotic hardwood in no time.
Examples of Exotic Hardwood
Here at Rino’s we have access to many different types of exotic hardwoods. Regardless of what you may need, we can supply it. These woods come from all around the globe providing you with distinctive touches to your home. Some examples include the following. Read the rest of this entry »
December 7th, 2013
When it comes to setting your home or business apart from the rest, it comes down to the details. This is never truer than with millwork. What makes a good millwork shop? What sets one shop apart from the other? It is the pride of a job not only well done, but done to exacting standards. There is one millwork shop in Ohio that always delivers superior craftsmanship, and that’s Rino’s Woodworking Shop, Inc.
Who Rino’s Woodworking is
Rino’s Woodworking Shop, Inc. was established in 1982 by Rino Ritosa in Willoughby, Ohio. We are a family owned business and have always understood how important the family home is. By providing families, just like yours, with custom cabinets and molding, we help make your home an extension of your family’s personality.
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September 25th, 2013
Searching for the best hardwood suppliers Ohio residents and business owners know means working with a reputable name such as Rino’s Woodworking Shop, Inc. It is important to work with experts who know about hardwood in order to get what you need. Not only that, but this is how you can get the best quality in hardwood for all of your interior design components to get the job done.
So whether you are a professional contractor or someone who wants to tackle a single DIY project, make sure you choose the best quality for your project. This also means understanding your options among the different type of hardwoods.
- Red Oak — Oak trees have always been used for everything from furniture and flooring to railroad ties. Oaks are the most abundant growing trees in the U.S. and red oak more so than white. This type of oak is straight-grained with a coarse texture. It is called red oak due to its slightly salmon pink color. Read the rest of this entry »
September 25th, 2013
Finding the best when it comes to hardwood supply, Ohio residents know this means relying on Rino’s Woodworking Shop, Inc. Aside from just knowing about what type of wood you want, you should also know a little about who you are trusting in order to get the lumber you need.
Working with a trustworthy and reputable company is an important step to take in order to find someone to work with on a regular basis. Rino’s Woodworking Shop, Inc. has always been a family business and was founded in 1982. This means for more than 30 years now, we have been taking care of wood and lumber needs.
We are proud now to also be a leader in custom hardwood work for interior design. You might be surprised to find out just how many prominent homes and businesses feature work by us here at Rino’s. Not to mention how sought after our unique molding and cabinetry is. We make it easier than ever for contractors as well as those who are handy with DIY to use our products to create stunning interior looks. Read the rest of this entry »
August 2nd, 2013
The time has come when you need to add the final touches to your bar by adding bar rail. Bar rails serve a few purposes. First off, they are something to rest your hands on when enjoying your bar. Secondly, they will give your bar the look that it deserves.
When installing, there are some things to consider. One of those things is the placement of the rails. You’ll also need to consider a couple other things such as:
June 10th, 2013
Installing your wood bar rail does not have to be complicated, especially if you have a guide to follow. Keep in mind some of how you install it will depend on the style you choose. Most of the examples and tips you will find online are based on the Chicago style bar rail.
Choosing your bar rail is one of the important tasks you need to consider before getting to the installation. Aside from wood choices, and even the style of the end, you will need to think about functionality.
Think about how much use your bar is going to get. Some people simply want a bar for occasional personal use and others want this to be the nightly hang out spot for friends and family. Also, whether or not you and your guests will be eating at the bar is something to consider. If you choose a bar rail with a lip at the point where it joins the bar top it helps prevent spills but it is not usually as comfortable as an arm rest. Read the rest of this entry »
June 4th, 2013
Choosing the right aspects of every part of your bar is important. Aside from the final look, you also want something that will be durable and withstand the test of time. The bar rail, or bar rail molding, is the area where patrons lean or rest their arms, especially the elbows. This slightly unusual fit, though, means getting the right fitted piece is a necessity.
It also means making sure you are making the appropriate wood choice for your bar rail. The good news is that once cut to fit, this is an easy piece for a contractor to put into place. Even if you are making your bar a DIY project, this is one of the easier pieces to fit into place.
You also will need to choose an end cap design. This is the piece that finishes off the end of the bar so the rough edging and the seam are not left exposed. Some of the most popular choices for the best wood include: Read the rest of this entry »
May 7th, 2013
If you want to build a bar, you have to take into consideration the many components that will go into its creation. Deciding which type of wood to use can be one of those decisions that will make the bar look great or not. Another thing that you must consider is the bar rail. If you have never heard of it before, you should research your options for them because every bar needs a bar rail.
Defining the Bar Rail
You may want to know the function of a bar rail. That’s a good question because many people are not aware of what they are. A bar rail is the longer rail that hangs directly below the top of a bar. The purpose of it is to make a bar look complete and also someplace to hang your purse or jacket when visiting your favorite pub. Read the rest of this entry »