Tuckahoe Hardwoods opening display room
The showroom is on Commerce Drive in Easton. The building backs up on the Easton Bypass just opposite Lowe’s.
EASTON — Brothers Johnny and George Dent started their woodworking business in 2004 in an old farmhouse in the Wye Mills area. The brothers are co-owners of the business. They virtually started from the floor up.
For years, the brothers have made meticulously finished wood floors. In the process, they have developed a relationship with many local contractors, building long-lasting relationships with top builders, architects and real estate agents.
Their floors and finishing work graces the floors of many homes in the area. Their emphasis was on complete customer satisfaction.
“Using these goals, we have been able to grow into the best flooring company in the region,” the brothers say on their webpage.
Over the years, they have learned and expanded their expertise of working with wood to include a wide variety of specialty reclaimed woods, beams and mantels. They also now do custom kitchens and cabinets, and have a large selection of tile and vessel sinks and vanities.
A visit to their recently opened showroom demonstrates to visitors that they approach working with wood as an art form. Their use of finishing, resins and colors make a table more than just a piece of furniture. It is a piece of art. There are several styles in the showroom. The firm prides itself on using top quality finishes and stains to get the exact look the customer desires. They have finishers with more than 20 years of finishing experience to give the proper detail work.
Tuckahoe Hardwoods has the most extensive selection of flooring in the area. They pride themselves on having a floor for every project and budget.
George has lived in China and in indonesia. He has collected woods from there from bamboo to teak for their customers. He often can be found behind a computer handling the book work of the business.
Johnny is more likely to get his hands dirty. On the day a reporter visited the display room, he was on the phone working with one of the three teams they had out on a job sight.
The showroom is on Commerce Drive in Easton. The building backs up on the Easton Bypass just opposing Lowe’s Home Improvement Center in the Easton Marketplace.
At the present time, customers should call ahead and make an appointment at 410-3103937 to visit the showroom. The hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., but a visit can be made at another time upon request.
“We are ready now to let people come and see what we do. We have dropped a lot of jaws as people come in and see what we have,” George said.
The store will have a formal opening in several weeks.
George and Johnny Dent stand in front of their new showroom on Commerce Street in Easton.
Work like this wood inlay in the floor and the table behind it are examples of the works available from Tuckahoe Hardwoods.
A wood and resin table on display at Tuckahoe Hardwoods.
A custom stone sink on display.