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Mission - To provide you with
a product of utmost QUALITY and CRAFTSMANSHIP.
I will pay
"Unrealistic Attention" to giving you nothing less than
the best product at the most competitive price possible.
I will change the
way you view the longevity of products, from the poor quality your
used to seeing in your geographical location, back to the
standards derived from the Adirondack New York Region.
I will strive to
become the Biggest and Best Handcrafters of Adirondack Chairs in
the United States.
We Differ From The Rest -
I touch everything.
From the wood off the shelves of the lumber yard, to the cuts of
my own saws. No product offered on any of my sites is drop shipped
from somewhere else. Outside of my shipping , I do everything
in-house, including my web development.
World-Wide Shipping. SafeShip.com
handles 100% of my shipping needs. For Alaska, Hawaii, and all
foreign orders, please click
here and visit their website. Once there, contact them and ask
for a special quote on your needs. You can also call them Monday
thru Saturday during normal Eastern US working hours @
I use more and
thicker lumber where it matters most. Each and every bottom set of
legs of my chairs is made from 2" thick x 6" wide
lumber, sold in sales as a 2" x 6". We use 2" x
6" lumber on all 4 legs of the chair. This is unheard of in
the industry. Most others use either 1" thick x 6" wide
or 5/4" thick x 6" wide wood. Next time your in your
local lumber yard, take note of the difference.
The hardware I use
is very high according to standards. There are over 75, and in
some models, well over 100 screws on my chairs. For example, one
seat slat has 4 screws in it, one back slat has up to 8. Add that
to 10 bolts per chair and you have one very durable and well built
product. If your curious, all screws are countersunk on every
The amount of wood I
use on my chairs is higher than practiced by most builders. My Classic
Line of chairs have 25 to 30 wooden parts and my Fish
Chairs have upwards of 40 pieces depending on the style you
Also note that the
Fish Chair backs have 3 "vertical" supports as opposed
to 2 verticals found everywhere else. All the other fish chairs I
see online are the same style and most likely come from overseas,
my designs and production is of my own doing.
stop when orders are due out. I close the shop for Christmas Day
and New Year's Day, otherwise if you haven't received your order,
it's being worked on.
You will not find more
material, better quality and craftsmanship, or a comparable priced
Have A Wonderful Day and
Thank You for coming by my website for Adirondack Chairs.