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Small, non-furniture items are most often delivered by major carriers to your home. Large structures and outdoor furniture usually ship with ground shipping companies. Furniture and oversized products can be delivered either via curbside delivery or inside delivery.
Curbside Delivery: The driver will park at your curb and bring the furniture to the very edge of the truck. From there you are responsible for taking items off the truck and into your home. Lift gates are available to lower the furniture to the ground for an additional fee.
Inside Delivery: This includes our “White Glove Experience.” The drivers will take the furniture off the truck and bring it into your home. They will unpack it and set it up in the appropriate room. They will provide light assembly if needed and will clear away all packaging. Note: Drivers will not assemble high chairs, cribs, cradles, wall beds, murphy beds, grandfather clocks, or any wall mounted furniture.
View our video The Unboxing for all essential furniture delivery information
A seasonal split involves the contracting of wood due to dry air conditions. Wood absorbs moisture in damp air and expands and releases moisture in dry air. Changes in relative humidity can cause wood to expand and contract.
Visit our Learning Center for tips on Caring for Wood Furniture that will keep it lasting a lifetime.
Reclaimed barn wood is wood salvaged from old barns that is cleaned and repurposed, making it an eco-friendly choice. Each piece of reclaimed wood furniture is one of a kind as it displays the imperfections of the wood as they developed over the years. Original nail, worm, and knot holes as well as sun spots are present on the surface of reclaimed wood.
Rough sawn lumber or rough cut lumber is a type of distressing that occurs when the wood is being cut. Saw marks and surface imperfections are man-made, offering characteristics similar to reclaimed but with a more uniform look.
Enjoy our blog post Reclaimed vs. Rough Sawn: What’s the Difference? for more information.
*Orders less than $1000 or products that ship within four weeks do not qualify for our 30% down payment program.
The prices shown on our product pages are base prices. If custom options are added that do not come standard, there are additional charges for those customizations.
View our helpful video How to Use the Option Page that reviews selecting custom options.
Every piece of solid wood furniture we offer is assigned a build time (also called a lead time) which can be found on each product page under the description. The length of the build time determines what changes can be made.
Build/Lead Times of 8 weeks or more: Changes for wood, hardware, and upholstery must be requested within one week after order placement.
Build/Lead Times of less than 4 weeks: Changes must be made within 24-48 hours after order placement.
Contact us by either phone or email to request a change.
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