Island Woodwerx LLC

Commercial Maintenance 

Carpentry & Woodwork   

Furniture Repair & Restoration


      It is my privilege to provide you with a gentle approach to restoring your family heirlooms. My objective is to determine the proper action to protect and enhance your belongings. I can promise you the best quality and value for your possessions during the restoration process.

Hardwood Door Restorations 


            When it comes to wood exterior doors I am sure you all know the cost to replace them. I don't even want to imagine how much this door costs to replace, but the home owner seen the weather taking a toll on his beautiful tropical hacienda entryway. That's where Island Woodwerx comes in because Josh the owner, is a master finish carpenter who has a passion to bring new life to old wood. The finished product on the right speaks for itself. I can do this for a fraction of what it would cost to replace. Let me protect your home from the sun, wind, and rain. 

Before and After of Front Door
Old English Logo
Minwax Logo
We can meet all your furniture restoration needs, including stripping, sanding, finishing, and color matching.
  • Repair of scratches, cigarette burns and nicks in finishes
  • Water ring removal
  • Repair scratches and holes in paneling, molding, doors and cabinetry
  • Veneer repair or replacement
  • Cleaning and waxing heirloom furniture
  • Pet damage repair
  • Regluing wobbly chairs
  • Rejuvenation of desks, conference tables and office chairs
Wood surface Reapir Before
Wood Surface Repair After

Whether you just want to change the color of your furniture, or have pieces that are worn and need it refinished, I can help you create the look you want.  My passion for what I do gives me the ability to bring older furniture back to life.  If you have furniture that was built before the great import explosion, the chances are that what you have is probably better built than most of what is available today.  Real wood rather than "engineered" wood (particle board), and beautiful hardwoods that just aren't available today makes many older pieces well worth bringing back to life again, and can truly be called "heirloom pieces".    

Wood Chair Scratch Repair


stool repair before
wood chair scratch repair
table top repair and restoration

“We preserve family history and furniture through the restoration of sentimental items that may otherwise be lost forever”

Refinished Dresser Brefore and after
Before and after table
desk goes from beat up to beautiful
refinished lamp table
antique vanity fully restored
Before and After
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Furniture is an investment that can last for generations. Keep yours in beautiful condition by protecting it from common household mishaps. Here are some helpful hints to help you keep your furniture looking its best:

  • Avoid all cleaners containing ammonia. Ammonia can damage furniture made of wood.
  • Frequently dust with a soft, dry, clean cloth.
  • Use furniture polish that does not contain a high amount of alcohol as it can damage wood finishes.
  • Use coasters with felt or cork bottoms to reduce water rings.
  • Protect furniture from hot serving dishes with a natural fiber table cloth, oven mitt or trivet.
  • Never allow moisture to be trapped between glass and a wood surface. Make sure surfaces are completely dry before the glass is replaced.
  • Position furniture away from direct sunlight. Sunlight can dry and fade wood surfaces.
  • To prevent your pets from damaging your wood furniture protect surfaces with a natural fiber table cloth, chair cover or protective pad.

Wood and Moisture: Preserving the Delicate Balance

Too much moisture or dryness can be an enemy of your wood furniture. Moisture in furniture can often lead to mildew, while dryness can cause furniture to lose its natural luster and weaken joints. Maintaining this delicate balance for your furniture is important to keeping it looking nice year after year. Here are a few tips on preventing moisture or dryness from damaging your furniture:

  • Avoid placing furniture in steamy bathrooms or laundry areas which may cause exposure to excess moisture.
  • Maintain a consistent temperature in your home. Dramatic temperature changes can affect humidity levels causing more moisture to exist in the air.
  • Don’t let your home environment get too dry. Excessively dry areas can cause your wood furniture to shrink, split or become brittle.
  • Protect wood surfaces from direct contact with water. Place glass surfaces over table tops or use coasters, trivets and natural fiber table cloths and pads to protect your furniture from hot or wet surfaces.
  • Also, be careful when cleaning furniture hardware or glass accessories to ensure moisture does not remain on the wood after cleaning.

Furniture Restoration Gallery

Finished Antique Furniture
Waterspot Before and After
Half/Half of table top
Dresser re do before and after
Dresser before and after
Front Entrance Door Wood Before and After
Before and After door repair
Doors Before and After
Front Door Before and After