Versatile Wood Products Presents the 2017 Restoration Celebration

Versatile Wood Products is proud to be the Presenting Sponsor of the Restoration Celebration again this year!

Having recently created a company video and a website redesign, Versatile has been doing some work on defining their company and honing in on what they stand for.  As a team of more than 40 craftsman, designers and product specialist, here are their core values:


We build creativity into every custom window, door and cabinet. Our experienced team specializes in balancing period appropriate architectural design specifications with modern performance standards, combining historic techniques and modern technologies to meet your design and budget goals. Our state of the art CNC router and extensive library of knives and patterns can replicate original details and create innovative solutions to your trickiest design problem.


By hand-selecting tight grain wood patterns and using time-honored techniques our products will last for many years to come.


Our clients choose us because they want to be part of a winning team. At Versatile, we roll up our sleeves to do our part and more to cross the finish line together. The result is exceptional work and invaluable relationships.


We know how important the environment is which is why we are a FSC Certified company and we stay on top of our government certifications so you can be sure you are getting a quality product that’s ethically supported. We installed the first biomass boiler system in Portland to heat our shop. Fueled entirely by wood scraps — about 100 tons of sawdust and wood cuts generated every year — the boiler efficiently and sustainably heats the entire 40,000-square-foot space.

Richard De Wolf will be sad to miss the celebration this year (he’ll racing be at the Baja 1000!) but Versatile’s Business Development Manager, Rich Jennings is happy to take his place and present Versatile at this year’s Restoration Celebration coming up on Friday, November 10th at the historic Sentinel Hotel. See you there!

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