Handcrafted Adirondack Chairs and Furniture made in the US and Canada

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Customer Comments:

...The chairs are beautiful, wood was perfect, everything fit well and they're unbelievably comfortable to sit in...
RC
Pittman, NJ

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Care

Each piece of our furniture is carefully custom-crafted to the highest standards so you can enjoy years of soothing Adirondack-style relaxation. 

Although each piece of our furniture is hand sanded, it is unfinished. You must apply the finish of your choice as soon as possible. There is a virtually unlimited variety of methods and colors you can choose, so we recommend that you talk to the specialists at your local paint or hardware store for their suggestions on the best finish for your area and the reapplication requirements for the finish you choose. As a very broad rule-of-thumb, finish your furniture the same way you would finish the exterior of your house or an outside deck.

We recommend applying a sealant as soon as possible.  You can purchase this with a stain already in the sealant, or you can select a clear coat sealant, which will maximize the natural colors of the wood.  Be sure to select a sealant that offers both UV and water resistance.

To keep your Adirondack furniture clean, you can either use a good wood cleaner, mild soap with warm water, or ask your local paint or hardware specialist to recommend a cleaner that is best suited to the finish you have chosen for your furniture.

If you live in colder climates you should store your furniture under cover during the winter months. An unheated garage or basement or an open, but covered porch is just fine. If you use a tarp or similar covering, be sure the furniture is completely dry before storing. In all storage situations, try to set the legs on something that keeps them off the ground or floor.

Wood Types

Pine
Our pine furniture is made of northern white pine harvested from sustainable managed forests located within the Adirondack Park.  White pine is a strong,  yet extremely light and durable wood.  Pine chairs offer a great value due to the abundance of the wood.  Properly sealed, you can expect years of comfort and enjoyment from an inexpensive pine product.

Northern White Cedar
Cedar is a fantastic value that provides a lifetime of enjoyment.  An stain/sealant should be applied to enhance the natural rot resistance of the wood.  Left unstained, cedar will weather to a silvery gray color.  You can choose to use a Clear Coat sealant to allow the natural aging process to occur.  The wood is extremely light and very strong.  Cedar is rather unaffected by humidity, making it a natural choice for outdoor furniture. 

Checking
Both cedar and cypress are prone to checking, a process whereby shrinking wood will show splits.  You may notice this in overhead beams, that show splits.  This is not a defect and does not undermine the strength of the wood, but is a natural process.