- Made out of weather resistant Ontario Cedar or White Pine
- Handcrafted by Amish/Mennonite craftsmen in Ontario
- Main surfaces and edges sanded ready for finish
- Screw holes ARE NOT pre-drilled, and joint bolt holes are pre-drilled
- Assembly instructions with images included
- Fasteners: Rust resistant hardware
- Actual thickness of parts: armrests/legs/supports 7/8"
- Size: 39"(L) x 32"(W) x 36"(H)
- 24 lbs
- Assembly time: 65 minutes/chair
- No finish
Minimum order is 2 chair kits
This style Adirondack/Muskoka chair is designed and built to last. Some hand sanding is necessary prior to staining. And pre-drilling screw holes is recommended to prevent wood splitting during assembly.
How to tell the differences between Ontario white pine and cedar:
1, Cedar smells different with white pine
2, Pine is heavier than white pine
White cedar lumber costs more than white pine lumber, also white cedar chair lasts longer than white pine chair.