Seattle Wood

Cleaning Teak, The Right Way

One of our standout services is our teak cleaning process. Utilizing a blend of techniques, we provide thorough scrubbing that penetrates deep into exposed grain without damaging the wood. In fact, the cleaners we use are so gentle they won't harm your flowers and are considered ridonkulously, 'green'.

A Guide to Cleaning and Caring for Your Outdoor Teak Furniture

As the Pacific Northwest prepares for warmer weather, it’s time to ensure that your pool or patio furniture is in pristine condition for the upcoming season. If your outdoor teak furniture is showing signs of wear, such as greying, black spots, or wear at the corners and joinery, it’s a clear indication that it needs....

Crafting Elegance: Elevating Spaces with Custom Carpentry Services in Seattle

In the bustling city of Seattle, where innovation meets tradition, there’s a growing demand for bespoke carpentry services that go beyond the ordinary. From crafting custom-built furniture to restoring cherished pieces, the woodworking services near me of this vibrant city are leaving lasting impressions with their impeccable craftsmanship. For those seeking woodworking services near them....

Eggstra Information on PNW Chickens!

Q: Can I keep chickens in my urban backyard in the Pacific Northwest? A: Yes, many cities in the Pacific Northwest allow urban chicken keeping. Q: How much space do chickens need in a coop? A: About 2-3 square feet per chicken is a good rule of thumb. Q: What’s the ideal coop design for....

Reviving Furniture: The Magic of Fresh Finish in King and Jefferson Counties

The beauty of a well-crafted piece of furniture often lies beneath layers of time and wear. In picturesque towns like Kent, Enumclaw, and Port Townsend, nestled within the serene corners of King and Jefferson Counties in Washington state, it’s not uncommon to find antique or heirloom furniture pieces that have seen better days. However, there’s....

Ultimate Chicken Coop: Building a Luxurious Chicken Habitat

The 13 birds will lay approximately 65 eggs a week once they mature. They have enough room for up to 24 birds if each bird is given 10 square feet. There's no way 2-3 people can eat that many eggs so they will be giving them away to neighbors and family, etc. which is a win-win for the community. Plus, the owner gets to enjoy some beautiful birds. The waste from the birds going into his garden acts to bolster their soil as fertilizer.