The Woodmeister Blog

Welcome to the Woodmeister Blog!

These blog posts are a great source of information – offering insights into the latest design and building trends, innovative new ideas and products, company news, and general musings about what we're working on.

We will be updating it regularly, so check back to see what information we’ll have for you. You can also subscribe to receive our blog posts by email.

We welcome your thoughts and comments!

Caring for Natural Stone and Tile Surfaces

Chris Komenda, Marketing Manager
Chris Komenda

Natural stone is incredibly durable and will outlast any synthetic material used in kitchens, bathrooms or anywhere else in the home. However, natural stone does take a little maintenance and routine care to keep it looking beautiful. 

Spray Polyurethane Foam Insulation – What's the story?

Michael Connors, Architectural Drafter
Michael  Connors

The debate between using Spray Polyurethane Foam (SPF) insulation versus more traditional methods of insulation is an interesting topic in the building industry today. There are many different factors for a home owner to consider when considering SPF as an option.

Mike's blog provides facts and information on SPF to help homeowners make informed decisions for their home projects.


Raising the Bar at Holiday House NYC

Chris Komenda, Marketing Manager
Chris Komenda

It's not too late to stop in and see the amazing Holiday House NYC designer show house! Located at the Academy Mansion on Two East 63rd Street, this spectacular house features the work of some of today's top Interior Designers showcasing beautiful holiday-themed rooms.  


A Reflection on Relationships and What I am Thankful For

Paul R. Guitard, Principal Account Executive, VP Project Development
Paul R. Guitard

Every year at Thanksgiving, I pause (just for a fleeting moment) to reflect on the past year of my life and the people whom I interacted with. This year, I thought I would take longer than a "fleeting moment" to really express my thoughts on what I am thankful for.