Our heirloom quality pieces from our East Earl Collection carry a limited lifetime warranty to ensure each piece is handcrafted with care and your new Amish furniture will last generations!
Your new East Earl Collection furniture piece will be warrantied to be free from defected for the lifetime of the original owner, subject to normal use, after the date of purchase and receipt of purchaser. This warranty does not cover upholstery fabrics nor damages which result from neglect, abuse or acts of nature, damages or wear to any swivel mechanisms, normal wear and tear, exposure to extremes in temperature or humidity, water damages due to immersion, fading or discoloration in finish over time, scratches, blemishes or slight color variations in wood grain, minor size variations, unauthorized repairs, alterations or misuse of the item, breakerage or scratching of table tops.
Chairs, bar stools and settees are intended only for seating. Tables are to be used only for dining. Chinas and buffets are intended to be used only for storage and display. Any other use could be harmful and invalidate this warranty.
Should service under this warranty be needed, the purchaser must contact DutchCrafters and return the item to the woodshop. Our obligation, under this limited warranty, is to repair if possible or replace the product with an equal type if available, within sixty days from the receipt of a written recommendation from the dealer or factory representative and only if the product is found to be defective under normal household use and service. Repairs and/or replacement under this warranty will be made solely by DutchCrafters and its sole discretion authorizes, at no charges to the purchasers. If the dealer or representative finds it necessary to return the product to the factory, all packing and shipping costs will be charged to the purchaser. The purchaser will pay any and all costs for delivery to and from the woodshop.
Your East Earl furniture utilizes a quality catalyzed finish to all paint and/or stain wood finishes on all products. Each tabletop receives extra care in the finish process to provide optimum durability throughout the years.
The finish has been tested to resist spills and stains from a wide variety of household ammonia. These tests were performed with 24 hour contact and no affect on the finish. Hot liquids and objects should not contact the finish surface directly. Use placemats, pads and coasters to protect the finish on the tabletops. Heat can quickly discolor the finish on your furniture.
Important! Completely cover your table for the first three months of use until the finish reaches its maximum hardness. Do not use any furniture polish or furniture treatment on your tabletop for the initial six months of ownership.
You can clean your table anytime with a warm, soapy, damp cloth gently applied to the surface. After the catalyzed finish has reached its full potential of hardness at six months, the periodic use of high quality non-silicone and non-citrus furniture polish is recommended.
Solid wood is a natural fiber. Therefore it will shrink and swell with the seasons. Take care not to expose your heirloom furniture to the extremes in temperature and humidity. Season cracks may appear if humidity is not maintained at 30-40%. Do not expose directly to sunlight and heat sources. Tabletop joints between leaves will gap slightly in the center or edges depending on the humidity of the season.
Solid wood changes color over time under normal conditions of light exposure. Lighter finishes are the most vulnerable to the wood darkening, so move table decor around periodically so silhouettes do not appear on the tabletop. With proper care, your piece will give you service and satisfaction for many years to come!