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​In business since 2004, Angelbrooke Creations is a woodworking and carpentry business owned and operated by me: Dale.

As a benefit to you, on most projects I will do everything from start to finish. For example, on a finished basement I would do the demolition (if needed), rough framing, paint, doors, finish carpentry, and laminate floors. This means hiring only one person instead of several. I also provide reliable subcontractors for trades such as plumbing and electric so you don't have to. If there are custom features requiring woodworking skills, I can design and build a wide variety of unique elements for a truly customized look.


Your project is often the only one I am working on at the time, so there would not be delays or conflicts between jobsites. True: on some jobs, two or three people working on the same project will complete it sooner. However, if it involves multiple skill sets which may require different contractors, scheduling delays will not be an issue: I am there every day working through each phase from start to finish.


I hope this information makes your decision to choose Angelbrooke Creations a clear one. Repeat customers and referrals are my main source of business, and that in itself says a lot about the quality of my work. If that’s not enough, see my work for yourself in the Gallery page.


My Services

  • Kitchen Remodel

  • Bathroom Remodel

  • Decks

  • Finished Lower Levels / Basements

  • Interior Painting

  • Flooring

Woodworking vs. Carpentry: What's the Difference?

Woodworking is commonly considered the design and building of custom wood projects such as tables, desks, entertainment centers, etc. It requires exact measurements, fine finishes, and an eye for good design. All the projects you see in the gallery are designed by me or are a collaboration between myself and the home owner.

Carpentry relates to rough framing, installing doors and windows, building decks, installing trim, etc. These, like woodworking, require their own  unique skillset. My woodworking skills - along with a desire for quality - often find a place in my carpentry work, too. It is the merging of the two very different skills that you don't often find with one contractor.

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