TRIM AND

MILLWORK

Finishing Touches

Our finish carpentry team can help you make important updates to your home’s interior trim and millwork.

Oftentimes, we meet with homeowners looking for an update that will change the look and feel of their home without completely remodeling entire rooms. An interior door or millwork replacement project can be exactly that update.

Adding wider window or door trim casing or adding decorative trimwork like crown molding or chair rail can really change the appearance of a room. We can work with you to select the right trim for your home and our installation carpenters will transform your space by adding some architectural design elements in a short timeframe.

The most common interior project besides adding crown molding to a kitchen remodel is replacing interior doors. We offer a broad selection of doors for every home and application. Our carpenters are custom craftsman and they’ll take care of your space as you watch how a new door dresses up your home.

Interior millwork services:

  • Interior Casing and Moldings
  • Interior Doors
  • Wainscoting
  • Coffered Ceilings
  • Custom Cabinetry and Built-ins
  • Mantels
  • Staircases and Railings
  • Custom Trim Profiles

WHY

Us?

Our origin dates back to 1977, where we first began as a residential siding contractor in Waunakee, WI. Since then, Waunakee Remodeling has expanded into a full-service interior and exterior remodeling company. With years of industry experience in materials selection, design expertise, and professional custom craftsmanship, we’ve established ourselves as the premier remodeling company in South Central Wisconsin.

TRIM AND MILLWORK GALLERY

Our remodeling process

Millwork

Initial Meeting

Review project scope and budget. Discuss needs and wants. Address unique challenges with project.
Millwork

Project Proposal

Present proposed contract for straightforward projects. Sign Design Agreement for complex projects.
Millwork

Design Phase

Finalize layout and project drawings. Finish selections – colors, textures, materials.
Millwork

Pre-Construction

On-site meeting with project specialists. Final project review. Product ordered and preliminary timeline development.
Millwork

Construction

Project Manager coordination. Workflow plan. Ongoing updates.
Millwork

Completion

Final walk-through. Warranty documents and user operation review.