Sterling Millworks is the Maryland-DC-VA area’s premier source for historic molding fabrication and millwork reproduction
Our millwork products can be found in many famous historic buildings such as:
- U.S. Capital Building
- Dirksen Senate Office Building
- National Museum of African American History and Culture
- Cannon House Office Building
- Rayburn House Office Building
- Historic Chelsea House
- and many others found on the National Register of Historic Places.
We specialize in Georgian, Federal, Victorian and Colonial molding profiles and can match old or historical patterns from: your sample, our catalogs, CAD drawings, or a sketch. We grind profile knives on site and can faithfully match any profile. Along with custom patterns, you may also select from any of the hundreds of knives in our collection of crowns, casings, bases, chair rails, panel moldings, lap, and tongue-and-groove wood sidings, or from WM Patterns, Weinig, Rex, Smoot, and others.
We work with the area's most respected Interior Designers, Architects, Builders, and homeowners to produce the highest quality products they demand (including the Architect of the Capitol.) Plus, our owner has over 40 years of experience in the restoration and remodeling of historic properties and can offer his expertise to help you navigate the requirements of your local or state historical commission.