Westbrook Restorations, LLC Carpentry & Millwork is founded on four old fashioned fundamental values. Respect, Hard Work, Trust, and Stewardship. These values, working experience, and mindful applied knowledge, put together, is where craftsmanship is born. For me, my craft is not just the practice of hands on workmanship, it’s also a personal mindset in life of caring and learning.
My name is Daniel James Westbrook. As a craftsman owned, master carpentry and millwork service, I have developed a niche in working with historic, vintage and mid-century modern homes, buildings, and artifacts, right here in Washington state.
My millwork and carpentry wood shop is conveniently located in Snohomish and is a lifetime investment in tooling and craft experience. It’s truly built on a solid foundation of old fashioned values. I was born in Alaska and grew up in the Yukon of Northern Canada. From early on I was prone to hands on creativity, encompassing mind and physical body. Maybe that’s somewhat due to my family legacy that comes from a generational line of crafts people, farmers and adventurers of the wilderness. My life has been unique to say the least. I’ve always had a sense of mystique and wonder of natures beauty and seasonal rhythms. I think this sense has always been the core motivation for my appetite for learning and applying. Maybe that appetite and consistent hands on workmanship since my childhood, is what has culminated into a unique skillset. Now, as a “Master” Craftsman Carpenter (so they tell me), I can assure you there is no “master” of, only a harmony with. Westbrook Carpentry & Millwork is a practice providing unique custom carpentry projects in our community, for you. I invite you to contact me and come join my family of clientele!
Daniels approach to craftsmanship comes from a multi generational tradition, continued applied education, and over 30 years of hands-on experience. Today, Daniel is still a hands-on working master craftsman running his business from the shop or the field.
Westbrook Restorations Carpentry & Millwork shop is a mainstay of his business supporting field activities such as replicating or restoring historic windows, building mantel pieces, or simply making unique millwork such as post caps, corbels, wainscoting or Balustrades. The shop is open by appointment for antique or furniture repair, all kinds of fix its to new projects.
Every job, piece, and client is unique, so Westbrook’s approach is tailored to match each project individually.
Well known in the community of trades professionals for his practiced craftsmanship and project management expertise, Westbrook has become popular with a clientele looking for a quality experience.