The Process

Each piece has a different process. One of our goals as a business is to achieve a "tree to table" experience. Living in New England we are fortunate to be surrounded by trees. We often have a few large trees within our own yards. Occasionally those beloved trees being to die, or become a hazard to your home. Rather than having the tree cut down and thrown in a wood chipper, never to see the light of day again. We have the capability to turn that tree into a beautiful, functioning piece of furniture that can now live on for generations to come. Keep in mind this is a very lengthy process, but well worth the wait.

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Step by Step

- Find the material (tree or reclaimed)

- Dry the material, typically a year for air drying.

- Flatten material using jointer, planer, and or router gig

- Seal/fill cracks and holes

- Make final cuts

- Prepare edges 

- Sand smooth starting with 40 grit paper and working up through 60, 80, 120, 180, 220, 320, and 400 if necessary 

- Remove dust

- Seal the bottom and top

- Begin the finishing process (4 coats minimum)

- Polish 

- Attach to legs/base

 

- Package for pickup or delivery