Robert J. Keller Custom Woodworking & Specialty Contracting 1708 Snyder Avenue Belmar, New Jersey 07719 Home 732-681-6913 Cell 732-233-2553
Michael V. Mack Woodworker 805 Prospect Avenue Spring Lake Hts., New Jersey 07762 Home 732-974-1723 Cell 732-673-4111
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With a combine 75 years of woodworking experience, we offer quality work and honest service within the Jersey Shore area. Solid wood doors and front entrances, curved millwork, mantels, and fitted cabinetry are some of our specialties.
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A project's design can come about in a variety of ways. Sometimes we are given designs with a completed set of professional drawings. Sometimes it is nothing more than a rough sketch or an idea from a magazine.
We can take ideas from homeowners or designers and provide scaled drawings of a proposed project. Scaled drawings are a valuable tool in communicating a design. They are a true representation of the space involved and can indicate whether a design will work or not.
An elevation drawing is often enough to represent the intended cabinet in the considered space. Along with a full size layout stick, scaled drawings offer an almost infallible method in the design process. This scaled drawing was done to illustrate our intentions for a pair of fitted cabinets on either sides of a stone fireplace. We worked with a designer on this job and created the drawing to show her ideas to scale and in a functional layout. The photo below shows the finished cabinetry.
One of two fitted cabinets on either side of a stone fireplace. Each had to be scribed to the irregular shapes of the stone masonry. For fitted cabinets such as these, the final painting is done after installation.
Assembly of a door. Mortised and tenon with epoxy.
Installing the entrance.
Entrance installed. Ready for finish painting and locksets.