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FAQ's about Home & Office Furniture
Why Buy Custom Furniture?
By ordering custom furniture, you can have what you want; size, color and wood choice, built to your specifications. If you have ever looked at furniture in a store showroom and noticed that all colors look the same. That is due to the stain added to the finish to make every piece the same color with the grain hardly showing through. With my custom made furniture, I choose wood that has the desired grain and coloring without having to color the finish coat, which enhances the wood and the beauty of the grains show through. By ordering from Breznick Woodworking, we can offer a degree of flexibility and attention to detail not commonly found in larger shops.
What kind of wood types can I choose from?
I hand select each piece of wood for color, grain and figure, below is just a sample of some of the types available to you at Breznick Woodworking.
Hard Maple |
Quartered Mahogany |
Quilted Maple |
Walnut Crotch |
How do I order?
E-mail me at or call (802)824-5885 to order our Vermont crafted furniture as you see it on our web site.
For Custom Pieces: e-mail us a sketch or call us with your ideas and we can work with you in creating a custom design to fit your specific needs.
A deposit of 1/3 is required to be put on the workshop schedule. After I receive a deposit, if drawings and finish samples are needed, they can be provided at this time. Final payment is due upon completion.
How will my order be shipped to me?
We have a network of blanket-wrap furniture movers available for delivery and set up service. Shipping costs vary widely, please ask for a quote . Local delivery service is provided by Breznick Woodworking at a reasonable cost.
Fine Furniture Care
Fine furniture is a significant investment that should provide a lifetime of use and enjoyment. The proper care and treatment of your furniture will help to maintain the original beauty and finish.
Furniture Care Basics
- Keep furniture out of direct sunlight. Avoid placing furniture in front of or under windows. Place furniture away from heating and air conditioning vents. Blot up spills immediately. Use coasters, placemats and tablecloths to protect furniture during use. Lift and place items instead of sliding across furniture surfaces. Rotate accessories on your furniture periodically. Avoid prolonged use of plastic and rubber items on your furniture.
- Dust your furniture regularly and polish every 4-6 months.