Frontier Woodwork serves residential and commercial customers, especially in Park City and the Heber Valley.
Dusty Hatch created Frontier Woodwork to provide custom millwork and specialty woodworking projects. It’s a style of millwork you can’t buy because it isn’t made anymore. So, most projects are crafted by hand to capture the detailing needed to match the original. In fact, Dusty created his own knives for his mill. He’s had people come in with just a design sketched on paper, and he recreated it. This is the level of craftsmanship and artistry he and his team of 5 employees provide.
Frontier Woodwork serves residential and commercial customers, especially in Park City and the Heber Valley, but they’ve travelled as far as Montana, California, Oregon and Arizona. Most recently they did a custom restoration for a farmhouse in the Kamas Valley built in 1878, where they rebuilt doors, casing and furniture to match what you’d originally find in this pioneer home.
Dusty learned his work ethic while growing up on a dairy farm but discovered his love of working with his hands after he got a job at a cabinet shop while in college. He launched Frontier Woodwork in 1995 in a 500-square foot shop next to his home, and Frontier Woodwork is now in a 7,000 square foot facility in Francis, Utah and there’s a furniture galley where they sell pieces they’ve built.
For Zions Bank, I’m Chris Redgrave, speaking on business.
2284 S. Spring Hollow Rd.
Francis, UT 84036