Mill works

Mill works refer to the craftsmanship of creating and manufacturing wooden components for buildings, such as doors, windows, staircases, and cabinetry. This type of service is typically provided by a millwork company, which specializes in the design, fabrication, and installation of these components.

In architectural services, mill works play an important role in enhancing the aesthetic and functional aspects of a building. Custom millwork can be designed to match the architectural style and aesthetic of the building, and also to meet the specific functional requirements of the space. For example, custom cabinetry can be designed to maximize storage space and functionality in a kitchen, while custom staircases can be designed to enhance the visual appeal of a building's entryway. The process of mill works typically begins with the design and detailing of the millwork components by an architect or millwork designer. This includes creating detailed drawings and specifications for the components, which are then used by the millwork company to create the components.

The millwork company will then use specialized tools and equipment to fabricate the components, which can include cutting, shaping, and joining the wood. The components are then finished, which can include sanding, staining, and painting, to achieve the desired aesthetic. Once the millwork components are fabricated, they are typically installed by the millwork company or a general contractor. This includes attaching the components to the building structure and making any necessary adjustments to ensure proper fit and function.