I’m increasing my portfolio of residential construction to include custom Pet housing: Chicken coops, Dog house, Pet entries, etc. I would like to make your pet a custom home. It is something that I truly enjoy doing and I’ve decided to begin marketing custom chicken coops, custom dog houses, custom pet entries, and more only for pets. Continue reading Custom Pet Houses
Pictures from the 22-24th of Dec. 2012. Continue reading December 22nd Tree Damage Gallery
WoodDance Studio has recently received quite a few calls for furniture repair.
After a hiatus from “construction” due to injury, finishing up school, and enjoying volunteer work for long-term care residents I have once again focused on the finer crafts of woodworking.
My varied tasks these days range from debris removal and landscaping to fine furniture repair, general cabinetry and home improvement. Continue reading Furniture Repair, Restoration and Refinishing in New Canaan, CT
I’m studying for a position in health care. In six months I hope to abandon the physically demanding activities associated with the building trades. Thanks for your business. WoodDance Studio was registered in 1995.
Obviously, quitting when I confidently know every aspect of residential construction is something to digest over time. I can’t shake the craftsman that is my inherited ability. I will always be a woodworker. …just not for you.
I just noticed this will be the third entry in a row coincidentally posted on the 18th of the month.
I’m building a 16′ X 25′ deck with a screened porch in Stratford, Ct. Continue reading Large deck in Stratford, CT
December 18th, 2007 I was working with some of my mySQL databases. I wasn’t thinking for the second when I deleted an entire website that I had not backed up. That website was a blog where I posted carpentry updates.
In lieu of rebuilding what’s lost there I decided to turn wooddance.com into a blog. The old site, pages and galleries are all on my computer and I will try and pay some attention when I find time to breath.
This new site will allow me to update in a more frequent and personal manner and to easier share photos of current work. I think it’s going to be worth the fresh start and loss of design.
In July of 2001 I replaced a small piece of fascia board on a Frank Lloyd Wright house. Making these replacement pieces was a lot of fun because of the interesting shape. I made a template for the router and then chiseled out the corners. Continue reading creating and replacing some very interesting fascia