Our Latest Projects in Bismarck
We created a custom stain color for this customer. In order for the mantel to come out with a smooth, sleek finish look, there are a number of steps it takes before it is completed. First the mantel was sanded, nail holes were filled, applied the custom color wiping stain, applied one coat of sanding sealer, sanded the mantel again, applied one coat lacquer, sanded it again and lastly applied the final coat of lacquer.
Customer had golden oak cabinets and wanted them painted. We cleaned and lightly sanded the cabinet surfaces to prepare them for primer and paint. Then we applied one coat of bonding primer and two coats of Benjamin Moore Advance semi-gloss white paint.
Precision Wood Finish applied sealer and two coats lacquer to this beautiful NDSU Wall Art.
A customer came to us with a knotty alder trim package that he needed completed in less than a week. Not only were we able to meet his strict deadline, we also provided him with an exceptional quality of work. We stained his knotty alder trim pack in beautiful American Walnut color, then applied two coats finish. Lastly, we carefully wrapped and secured his load in our delivery truck and transported it to his job site.
Applied stain and lacquer to interior doors to bring out the natural grain in the wood. The detail that several coats of polyurethane can bring out in wood is something that needs to be seen to be truly appreciated.
This hickory table top originally came from Florida. Notice the area at the bottom, where the gap is filled in. We were told that it is from the wood being near the ocean and the sea salt.
Therma-Tru Fiberglass Front Entry System
This is a recent project we completed for a local contractor. It's a beautiful Therma-Tru fiberglass front entry system where the client chose oak walnut color.
Posts Stain & Lacquer in Bismarck
This project consisted of us prepping these newel posts. We applied a chestnut stain color and finished it off by spraying several coats of lacquer.
Redwood Finishing in Bismarck
Doug brought us in an old piece of redwood that he had sitting around for years. We prepped and applied three coats of spar urethane for ultimate protection.