The more you know the better it gets
It's fun seeing the many ways people are transforming things with stikwood. The positive response to stikwood since its public launch is really exciting. So we asked ourselves, What makes stikwood such a hit?
Here's what we think it is.
Stikwood is the easiest, fastest and most economical way to surround yourself with authentic natural wood!
For many of us working with wood is rewarding. We've been doing it for more than thirty years and enjoy every day of it. The word "working" is the key here. A beautiful reclaimed wood wall takes work. Work before you install and while you install. This is especially true if you start with a pile of soggy nail ridden lumber. It also takes equipment that can be loud and dangerous. Its no wonder that before introducing stikwood to the consumer it was being used by designers and contractors seeking to reduce labor cost and to complete projects faster.
With each box of stikwood you leave the work back at the factory. We just ship you the good stuff. Literally. Its so thin that 40 square feet weighs just under 20 pounds and is shipped directly to your front door. The thin profile eliminates modifications to accommodate heavy and thick materials (extending door jambs, extending electrical boxes, etc.). The peel and stik installation eliminates plywood sheeting or furring strips for nailing. You won't need messy glues that require extra work protecting against spills and squeeze out.
Easy gives you the freedom to create. Fast means you will spend more time living and less time working. Economical means you got the best value out there.
Theres more to say but we'll stik with this for now.
Thanks to everyone for the support and kind words. It is deeply appreciated.
...The Stikwood Team
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