Featured Projects

Western Red Cedar Accent Wall

Featured Project: Western Red Cedar Accent Wall

Featured Projects
Sep 02, 2015
This beautiful accent wall was built by one of our customers using our 1x6 Clear, Vertical Grain Western Red Cedar stained with Penofin's Red Label product which provides 99% UV Resistance when applied correctly.  This is a great way to spice up the front porch of your residence!A job well done!  Read more >>

TimberTech Handrail with LED lighting

Featured Projects
Feb 22, 2015
One of our customers wanted to spice up the front of their house with a lit handrail.  This quick project is a great way to make your front porch more vibrant while also making your steps safer. TimberTech railing kits can be purchased individually and come pre finished with a variety of colors to choose from.  The color of the postcaps... Read more >>

Dry Heart B Redwood fence - San Carlos

Featured Projects
Dec 11, 2013
This submission comes to us from a customer of ours, Kurt S.  Kurt constructed this fence with our premium 1x2 dry Clear Heart and 1x4 dry Heart B Redwood.  He alternated the widths of the boards to add variety, then topped it all off with Penofin's Mission Brown penetrating oil.  Along side his decorations, we'd say that Kurt's... Read more >>

Bench by Joel Zand - Silicon Valley Art

Featured Projects
Sep 25, 2013
9/26/2013 2:31 pmThis is not your average bench!  This month's Featured Project comes to us from Joel Zand of http://www.siliconvalleyart.comJoel wanted to build a  bench out of two Power Mac computers and  sustainably grown redwood, and while we don't sell Apple products at Bruce Bauer, Joel knew the right place to go for the... Read more >>

San Carlos Fence

Featured Projects
Mar 06, 2013
This photo was submitted by one of our customers in San Carlos.  It showcases a family’s beautiful new fence built from materials purchased at Bruce Bauer.  The face of the fence is constructed using Certainteed Fiber Cement 4’x8’ panels with 8” grooves.  These panels come with a very real—looking wood grain texture. The... Read more >>

Los Altos Tuscan home

Featured Projects
Dec 15, 2012
This stunning Los Altos home was built by our friends over at Chris Donatelli Builders.  This project showcases Marvin's Clad Casemaster windows with Low E II Argon glass and Douglas Fir interior.  The Bruce Bauer window department worked with both the builder and the  homeowner throughout the window and door selection process.... Read more >>

Portola Valley Awning

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Sep 23, 2012
This month's project comes to us from Jorge Perretti, a local contractor specializing in decks and arbors.  Jorge ordered Clear Resawn Western Red Cedar from the Bruce Bauer special orders team and transformed this Portola Valley couple's backyard with a brand new awning. This job features 6x12, 6x6, 2x2, and 1x6 Clear Western Red Cedar with... Read more >>

Los Altos Residence

Featured Projects
Apr 02, 2012
This month's featured project utilizes multiple Andersen sliding French doors to open the beautiful home to an exquisitely landscaped back yard.  Short fractional SDL grills were added as an accent  to the doors without overwhelming the view.  Andersen's distressed Nickel Encino hardware was selected to tie in with the interior... Read more >>

Los Altos Home

Featured Projects
Feb 04, 2012
 "This new Los Altos home designed by Duxbury Architects and built by Komo Construction makes fantastic use of Marvin Windows and Doors.  It features a spectacular open view and passage through Marvin’s 16’ wide 8’ tall sliding french door opening the family room to the spacious and beautifully landscaped patio/backyard.  This doors... Read more >>

Mountain View Deck

Featured Projects
Jan 15, 2012
This beautiful deck, built by a customer of ours named Victor who lives in Mountain View, was built to expand Victor's living space to his backyard.  As we walked through the deck material and color selection process with Victor, we kept his objectives in mind as we selected products that worked for his yard.  He ended up going with... Read more >>