We are building all orders at as they arrive-no backlog.
Our completion time line is approximately 1-2 weeks.
We are not able to control the metrics on the "Shop" page. We can't ship those items. They are either too large or too complicated to break down in kit form.
No, we build the chairs then break them down in kit form so they fit in shipping boxes.
Small tables, footstools, campfire stools, coffee tables, and round tables.
Basically, indefinitely. But, we don't have storage space and your items will sit outdoors until picked up.
We don't have a showroom. We're a small woodworking business and basically build to order. Occasionally, we have inventory for sale, but furniture does not hang around here for very long. You may sit in pieces that are waiting to get picked up.
We're a small woodworking shop and we can build 30-40 chairs/week. When orders come in at high demand in April they are backordered in our build it queue.
We strive to have inventory available, but the reality is that we get over sold very early in the year.
I can't recommend it. We have a test loveseat with the Q8 logoil finish. 5 months it appears to have worn off. Reapplication is needed.
White Cedar's aromatic oils make it disease and rot resistant. With proper care adirondack chairs, picnic tables and outdoor furniture products may give you decades of use. Cedar furniture will turn soft grey in color after about a year of exposure to sun and weather.
Eastern White Cedar is used exclusively to build all of our products. We plane and sand only one side so that you get thicker wood and we save time. We can offer very reasonable prices using this methodology.
Welcome to our website. Maine people building products of Maine White Cedar. Thanks, Rob
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We love our customers, so feel free to visit during normal business hours.
97 Holman Day Rd, Vassalboro, ME 04989, US
Fall and Winter are off season. We don't keep scheduled hours. We work when orders come in.
It's my intent to share a chronological summary of our business history.
Maine Adirondack Chairs was born because of geographic economic influences
Small delicate hardwood boxes were my very first commercial woodworking products.
But within the same time period my love of Timber Framing grew and grew.
The original business plan included custom furniture and kitchen cabinets.
Customers willing to pay for custom kitchen cabinets were sparse.
2012 transition from Grapevine Hill Woodworking to Maine Adirondack Chairs when John Shaw says to me, "that's a great name, you should market that."
Most of our products originated from customer requests. Additionally, we began experimenting with ergonomic fit attributes.