Professional Quality

The reason we started this company was to offer the finest craftsmanship at great prices, and every project we do is a reflection of this value. Each year SJS Stair & Millwork LLC grows and is able to manufacture  and custom build a larger variety of products - our success stemming from our commitment to the highest standards of quality with every job. Have a look at some our of products below.

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Products We Create

How does it work?

Exquisite Craftsmanship

You take the measurements (unless it is for stairs)

Select the type of wood

Select the type of milling

We will send you a quote for project, sometimes we need additional information and one of our sales professionals will contact you before we send the quote, including date of delivery or when you can pick up your project. Quotes are good for 7 days.

You accept the quote and pay a retainer.

We will make your project according to your specifications. 

Schedule your pick up or delivery date (3-4 weeks out)

You receive your project and the final invoice.

Stairs & Railings

Unbelievable Variety

Stay classy with a variety of elegant options in all sorts of styles and materials. For Stairs, hand-railings, spindles, newel posts, pillars and more we want to take the measurements to make sure that your new stairs will stand the test of time and be up to code as well as ADA Standards.  We’ll make sure this product is built specifically to suit your needs and preferences. 

Contact us today to schedule your appointment. 

Professional Quality

Ready to place your Order:
Let's start with - Types of Wood

Softwoods

Softwoods aren’t weaker than hardwoods. Softwoods come from coniferous trees such as cedar, fir, and pine and tend to be somewhat yellow or reddish. Because most coniferous trees grow fast and straight, softwoods are generally less expensive than hardwoods.

Cedar

Fir

Pine

Wormy Pine

Hardwoods

Most woodworkers and wood turners love to work with hardwoods. The variety of colors, textures, and grain patterns makes for some beautiful and interesting looking furniture. The downside to hardwoods is their price. Some of the more exotic species can be too expensive to use for anything more than an accent such as in highly patterned marquetry.

Oak  - white

Oak   - red

Ash

Beech

Mahogany

Teak 

Walnut

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Take your measurements

What we need to know from you... to send you a quote