All American Woodworks is a Veteran owned and operated custom woodworking shop with over 3 decades of experience offering anything imaginable with both domestic and exotic imported woods.
With over 30 years of experience, we take extreme pride in our craft and our customers’ satisfaction.
Each project we take on is completed with one of a kind craftsmanship and guaranteed!
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Who we are
As a third-generation New England craftsman, Steve Sirois has always had a creative side. Between his family, friends, and apprenticeship on the East Coast at an early age, his skills and passion for woodworking only grew as time went on and while he spent time in other interests along the way, his creativity always pulled him back to his roots.
Steve is a veteran and started his service in September of 2001 with the 82nd Airborne in Iraq and Afghanistan. Even the United States Army utilized Steve’s skilled craft as he built and designed housing and shower facilities for his fellow soldiers in Iraq. For his support while overseas, Steve received the bronze star.
In 2005, after returning from service, Steve and his future wife Christine met. After meeting, Steve and Christine decided to move to Nevada where Steve could once again practice his passion, craft, and skill. He began to help his community, family, and friends with projects and renovations, which ultimately led to Steve contracting with local businesses, which is where All American Woodworks was born.
Christine had been frequenting the great state of Montana for years and not long after meeting Steve, she brought him to Montana for vacation. After that, they poured all their time and energy into doing whatever they could to be able to relocate there.
By the close of 2007, Steve, Christine, and All American Woodworks packed up and headed to Emigrant, MT where they continue to shine amongst other respected and trusted master craftsmen in Big Sky Country. Steve and Christine still reside in Emigrant with their many animals.
Old School Woodworking with a Modern Touch