Franklin Report Report Card for Craz Woodworking Associates, Inc. in New York City
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Craz Woodworking Associates, Inc.
24 Sawgrass Drive
Bellport, NY 11713
(631) 205-1890
Main Contact: Peter Craz, Steve Lineberger
Millwork & Cabinetry

Services & Specialties
Exceptional high-end woodworking and casework

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Clients go Craz-y for this Long Island-based woodworker's "great ideas and great eye." A favorite resource among top-tier trade professionals, Craz's projects range from a $2,000 side-table to $400,000 casework packages. Sources say this small firm is involved from materials selection to finish, showering its clients with attention. In turn, its Manhattan, Hamptons and lower Westchester/Fairfield clients shower Craz Woodworking with praise.

Owner Peter Craz gained a degree in economics and studio art before teaching industrial arts in the Peace Corps in Korea. Upon his return, he embarked on his woodworking career, opening the shop in 1983. Craz plays a hand in every project, assisted by a select in-house team and longstanding network of relationships with the area's best finishers and installers. Noteworthy millwork projects include ones for the New York Yacht Club, the New York Bar Association, the Seamen's Church Institute and the Metropolitan Museum Gift Shop, to name a few. The eleven-man crew at Craz is adept at both modern and classical architecture and will also do freestanding furniture aside from the standard moldings and panelings. The firm's work has been seen in Architectural Digest, Architectural Record and House & Garden Magazine.

Representative Client Comments:
"I would only recommend Peter Craz because I know there will be no complaints from my very particular clients." "Peter has a good eye for design and chooses natural woods very well."

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