Subcontractors often ask, how do we start with 9Wood? Here are the steps of starting with 9Wood once you have been awarded a wood ceiling.
Veneer delamination is a separation of the surface layer from the core material caused by a failure of the bonding adhesive between the two layers.
Surface damage often takes the form of scratches, dings, splits, holes, or gouges. This video walks through the basic steps of repair.
Minor edge damage and chip-out are the most common type of damage we see out in the field. It disrupts the edge of a wood member and will draw the eye to the area.
Scratches and scuffs on wood ceilings are anything in the finish that disrupts the sheen and draw the eye to the defect. This video walks through the basic steps of repair.
Hardwood vs Softwood. Both are going to bring warmth and beauty to your space, but sometimes the terms are tossed around and it’s not clear.
The beauty of wood is widely known with the unique character that gives it an unmatched look. The 9Wood Finishing Process is how we keep it protected.
Walls are a separate surface and there are unique factors. In today’s video we’re talking with Nathan Pfieffer, a project engineer, about those factors and things you should be aware of in your design.
Dave Gibson, 9Wood’s Production Manager, shares on-time performance and the company values that drive our production process.
Leo Batenhorst, one of our founders and owners, talks about the Fast>Track program. Manufacturers in our market are focusing on providing fast wood ceilings for their customers. After five years and over 1000+ projects delivered – here is what you need to know about Fast>Track.
Wood Grille Ceilings are very adaptive with other kinds of mechanical penetrations like sprinklers, speakers, or other circular cut-outs.
Grilles can be adapted to work with a lot of different mechanical penetration. This video we’ll be processing in-panel linear cut outs for 1100 series Cross Piece Grilles.