Indivisible Hardwoods + Creative Customs Opens Doors in Scottsdale

(SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. – March 13, 2024) – Indivisible Hardwoods + Creative Customs, a haven for the creative builder, is now open in Scottsdale. Located at 16097 N. 82nd Street in North Scottsdale, Indivisible Hardwoods’ mission is to provide clients with everything needed to construct a custom masterpiece, regardless of skill set. The interior of the space is an inspirational environment in which guests and skilled woodworkers alike can let their creative sides flourish, boasting the most beautiful domestic and exotic wood species, decorative concrete using the latest technologies, custom metal fabrication, and only the best coating systems to meet the requirements of any project. Whether visitors and clients are looking to build something themselves and need the tools to do it, or if seeking skilled craftsmen to design and fabricate a piece of any size – either for their home or a commercial space – Indivisible Hardwoods is a one-stop-shop to make all visions a reality.

Engineer and fourth-generation master carpenter Jarod Huston – an Arizona native – founded Indivisible Hardwoods with the help of woodworking professional and ASU School of Art veteran Brett Eichmann, who now operates the store as general manager. With their team of skilled carpenters and blacksmiths, no project is too much for them to handle.

“Our goal is to provide the community with the tools and inspiration necessary to create whatever their heart desires. We all have a creative side, and I want to see what our customers can do when all of the possibilities are made available to them.” said Huston.

In addition to working with both interior designers and homeowners themselves to make their visions a reality, Indivisible Hardwoods is a proud dealer of only the most trusted tool brands available today, including the largest selection of Festool, and the only selection of Woodpecker in the region. “We also carry Amana, Iwata, Hafele, Lamello, SawStop, Alfa Tools, Shaper 3D, Sutherland Welles, Blue Spruce, and a host of other premium makers at all times.” said Eichmann.

Indivisible also possesses a truly awe-inspiring collection of exotic hardwoods from around the world, with every piece having been hand-selected by its founder for exceptional grain character and beauty.

“This endeavor to accumulate our collection also spawned relationships with importers and arborists to supply Indivisible with wood species that are normally impossible to find in Arizona,” said Eichmann.

As a result, Indivisible Hardwoods offers more than 80 species of wood from which to choose in its showroom, including Cocobolo, Monkey Pod, Lati, Bocote, Black Limba, Australian Cyrus, Coffee Nut, Marble Wood, Red Zebra, and more.

“Building with our hands is uniquely fulfilling, and when that work brings joy a customer, we are all enriched by the services provided at Indivisible Hardwoods,” said Eichmann, whose team also hopes to launch a series of workshops and educational outreach programs in the next year or two to expose others to the beauty of woodworking, with the goal of creating a whole new generation of proud craftsmen.

Indivisible Hardwoods is open Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and is closed on Sundays.

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at Mar 13, 2024

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