Fully upholtered frames are constructed of 5/4″ and 4/4` select hardwoods and 7/8` hardwood plywood.Exposed wood frames are constructed of maple and beech hardwoods.Hardwood frames are assembled
using double dowels,srews,glue and corner blocks.Plywood frames are assembled using interlocking joints,srew,glue and staples. All sleeper frames have hardwood plywood front rails for additional strenght and resistance to warpage. Frames carry a one year limited warranty.
8 gauge tempered steel sinous wire (no-sag) spring are used in most seats. Some low profile and shallow seated pieces incorporate webbing into their seats.11 gauge sinuous wire springs are used in tight backs.Spring are attached to the frames with insulated clips to eliminate noise. Spring are connected to each other with 14 gauge steel wire.A heavy duty synthetic woven material with needle-punched fiber for added bulk is applied over all spring.
Standard finishing is a six step process on all exposed wood items.The steps are stain,sealer,hand sand,sealer,hand sand,lacquer.Custom and more detailed an extension of this process.
Seat cushions are constructed of polyurethane foam with a minimum density of 1.8 pounds per cubic foot.All are covered with polyester fiber top and bottom which adds a crowned appearance,additional initial softness and cover stabilty.
All upholstered pieces have well padded arms,backs,and seats containing multiple layers of foam and fiber to ensure comfort, a pleasing well tailored shape, and long life. All cushion and padding materials meet UFAC & California Technical Bulletin 117. Optional seat cushions are available.