Sometimes, a small request leads to big opportunities.
In February, a Richmond designer who often partners with H.J. Holtz & Son asked Carpentry Division Manager Jeff Nonnemacker if someone at the company could build, from scratch, an open end table with shelves, using a photo for guidance.
The designer’s client had a specific need, and the table the client had found was on back order – with a delivery date months in the future. Knowing of the Holtz carpentry team’s ability to repair and replace interior woodwork, the designer wondered if the table could be made in-house.
Architectural elements we added to this room create a separate space, set off by floor-to-ceiling columns and a soffit, accented with a two-part crown molding.
Interior carpentry projects add visual interest, allowing homes to appear more sophisticated and expensive. Holtz can do it all.
This historic gazebo in Richmond’s West End gets carpentry restoration help from H. J. Holtz & Son carpenter Ricky Reid, to give new life to Charles Gillette designed garden.
Holtz & Son’s carpentry division, which had served for years primarily to support painting and paper jobs, is now coming to the fore with its own free-standing projects in which the craftsmanship of a well-experienced team is front and center.