A & L Furniture Co.
|Product Weight||52 lbs|
|Outside Overall Dimensions||29"W 27"D 27"H|
|Inside Seat||22"W 17"D|
|Arms||4"W 8"H From Seat|
It is a natural occurrence of raw timber to expand and contract, as a result, some of our Blue Mountain pieces will split/crack. This happens because wood is an organic substance and tries its hardest to match its environment; to do this, it moves, swells, and shrinks (cracks will vary in size depending on temperature and humidity). Regardless of how well dried a piece of wood is it will always grow and shrink according to seasonal changes and the relative humidity of the air. This is NOT a structural defect and will not affect the strength of the piece. When you purchase these products please remember that if this occurs, it should be viewed as part of the beauty of the raw lumber and not a material defect.
PLEASE NOTE: Our normal one-year warranty will NOT cover naturally occurring splits & cracks
Examples of naturally occurring splits & cracks:
Made in the United States by Amish craftsmen, A&L Furniture is known for its superior quality and durable construction. From the playroom to the patio, its chairs, tables and gliders are meant to have a long-term presence and boast classical designs that are truly timeless. So invest in rustic staples that will provide you with comfortable memories for years to come. For fine-quality furniture, you can't find much better than Amish-made pieces. Using hydraulic- and pneumatic-powered woodworking tools and wood hand-selected for each furniture piece, Amish craftsmen pay great attention to each detail, resulting in beautiful and timeless furniture. Amish woodworkers select each piece of wood for its grain and other individual characteristics, and these characteristics are highlighted so that no two pieces of furniture are ever identical. Made in the heart of Pennsylvania by these dedicated workers, each piece of A and L's furniture is sure to become a treasured heirloom for your family.
A & L Furniture products that are shipped to or sold in California are subject to the Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986, more commonly known as “Proposition 65”. Proposition 65 requires businesses to provide warnings to Californians about significant exposures to chemicals that can cause cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive harm.
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