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At Countryside Woodcraft, we believe in giving our customers top-quality work that stands the test of time. To achieve that, we’re always on the lookout for the best components, whether it’s lumber, fasteners, stains, and even individual parts for our play systems. Simply put—we don’t cut corners, whether it’s our craftsmanship or the materials we use to build our products.

Other woodworking companies in the area may charge cheaper prices, and the deals you can find at local and chain hardware stores on finished and unfinished pergolas, playsets, and pavilions may be tempting. But it’s important to remember that you get what you pay for, especially when it comes to construction that’s supposed to last for many years.

Your Satisfaction is Our Goal

When we were founded in 2007, it was our goal to provide excellence in service and customer satisfaction to customers throughout Middle Tennessee and Southern Kentucky. Since then, we’ve built countless unique, specialty outdoor structures for homes and properties throughout the region, and our reviews speak for themselves.

Our business model is all about giving customers exactly what they want. That means that you’ll be assigned a craftsman who will work closely with you to design your woodcraft exactly the way you want it. So, in addition to having peace of mind knowing that the materials and craftsmanship are top of the line, you’ll also know that you’re getting the pergola, play system, or pavilion you envisioned.

We’re Ready to Fulfill Your Vision

We stand behind every woodcraft project we complete. In addition to a one-year warranty against defects and craftsmanship errors, we also offer a satisfaction guarantee, free delivery and installation within 30 miles of our facility and rent to own offers.

Don’t risk getting inferior craftsmanship and cut-rate materials from other builders or from big, faceless hardware chains. Get high-quality woodcraft build right in Middle Tennessee with Countryside Woodcraft.

Contact us to order your pergola, play system, or pavilion today.