High-end millwork firm Stull Woodworks triples size in relocation
September 13, 2021 | 11:14 am CDT
The family-owned Stull Woodworks

The family-owned Stull Woodworks (left to right): president and founder Brian Stall, Jordan Stull, Josh Stull, and Luke Stull.

TROY, Ohio - Ohio-based architectural millwork firm Stull Woodworks will expand into a 46,000-square-foot facility - tripling its size.

The family-owned Stull, which began as a custom cabinet shop before moving to high-end commercial millwork, says the move and expansion will help it reach new clients and employees.

The company has hired four employees so far in 2021 and hopes to hire three more. 

Stull was founded by Brian Stull in 1992 out of a one-car garage. It expanded four times before suffering a complete loss to a fire in 2016. The facility was rebuilt five months later. Since then, the company has only seen growth.

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Stull's primary clients include restaurants, courthouses, banks, and other commercial projects.

 

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