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Woodgrain Millwork, A Moulding and Millwork Manufacturer and Supplier
In 1954, Merrill “Bud” Dame started Dame Lumber and Moulding Company in the small town of Cedar City, Utah where humble beginnings were built on hands-on manufacturing leadership and quality craftsmanship. The corporate headquarters was moved to Fruitland, Idaho in 1969. As the company expanded, Dame Lumber and Moulding became Woodgrain Millwork, Inc. in 1984.Continue Reading
Windsor Windows & Doors, A Woodgrain Millwork Company
Windsor Windows & Doors began as a regional manufacturer of wood windows in Des Moines, Iowa, in 1946. The company was purchased by Woodgrain Millwork, Inc of Fruitland, Idaho in 1987. Since joining Woodgrain, Windsor has streamlined its manufacturing processes, invested in state-of-the-art equipment, engineered innovative new designs, and expanded the product offering. Windsor’s corporateContinue Reading
Moulding DIY Projects
Moulding has been an important architectural element since the early days of home building. Moulding is used to make rooms look richer, bolder, newer and cleaner.Continue Reading
We Are a Family of Companies
Woodgrain Millwork has more than 55 years of product innovation, quality service, and business growth. One of the largest millwork operations today, Woodgrain is proud to be a family owned and operated company. Woodgrain combines the integrity of our employees with the quality of our products and services.Continue Reading
Woodgrain.com – NEW Corporate Website
Woodgrain is thrilled to announce the launch of our corporate website: www.woodgrain.com. This website encompasses all Woodgrain companies and showcases our products and services. Visit our website at www.woodgrain.com to learn more about our family of companies. We are Woodgrain!Continue Reading
Who is Woodgrain?
Welcome to the We Are Woodgrain blog! Maybe you’re a customer, partner, employee, friend or other member of the Woodgrain family. Whatever your relation, I welcome you here. We are a strong company today because of great relationships. This blog is a place for us to engage with you, our extended family. Our goal isContinue Reading