Frequently Asked Questions…..
Q – How Do I Get An Quote On A Custom Piece?
A – Contact me and together we can design an AWESOME piece just for you! Please include dimensions, inspiration photos, and finish preferences. And then from there we can design piece via email or we can schedule a consultation to review materials, design, etc. in person.
Q – Do You Deliver?
A – I can. Pricing depends on the size of the piece and your location. Delivery charge range from about $50-100. But I do love it when you choose to pick up the piece yourself!
Q – Do You Offer Shipping?
A – Unfortunately I do not currently offer shipping. I do believe part of the awesomeness of buying from me is that you are buying local, from locally sourced materials. I believe this reduces waste and the environmental impact of shipping. If you need to find a builder local to you, I recommend finding them at Pine and Mine.
Q – Do You Have A Showroom?
A – Not currently, unless you count my home! Hopefully someday. In the meantime, you are always welcome to come take a look at any pieces that I currently have in stock (which isn’t much) or a piece I am currently working on. While you’re here I can show you stain samples and wood samples.
Q – What Type Of Wood Do You Use?
A – Most of my projects are made with construction grade SPF (Spruce/Pine/Fir) and solid pine. Some cabinets/media centers, etc. are partially made with select grade plywoods. I am also starting to work with solid Poplar and Knotty Alder, but can use any wood that matches your project and price range.
Q – What Is Your Lead Time On Orders?
A – This can vary greatly. Generally it is 3-6 weeks. Once your order is placed and deposit received I will get you on my schedule and give you a more exact time frame. I will also keep you in the loop during the building process.
Q – What Cleaning Products Are Safe On My Furniture?
A – “They say, vinegar and warm water.” But I use Tough and Tender or Rustic Touch Furniture Polish on my pieces and haven’t had any issues. I suggest testing your favorite products in an inconspicuous area before using on the entire piece to be safe.