Incorporating eclectic materials and shapes make wide-open restaurant spaces feel more interesting and intimate. Constructed of solid wood with a commercial-grade finish, our tabletops reinforce a brand story and make for an unforgettable dining experience whatever the cuisine.
Proper care will extend the life of your solid wood table tops. Simply wipe the surface with a cloth dampened with a cleaning polish or mild detergent. Never use polish or cleaners that contain alcohol, silicone oils, or ammonia as they may cause damage if used over a long period of time. Fingerprints, cooking fumes, smoking residue, etc. accumulate on any finished surface. None of these contaminants will harm our finish, but they should be periodically removed to restore the finish to its original luster. Excessive, prolonged exposure to direct sunlight, high temperatures and high humidity can cause damage to both the finish and the wood itself. These should be avoided.
Wood table tops are subject to shrinkage, warping, and seasonal cracks due to the natural moisture within the wood. These occurrences are non-structural and will not affect the durability of your table tops and is not considered a defect in the manufacturing process. Due to the nature of wood, we do not warranty against natural cracking or gaping, as these are not defects in manufacturing or craftsmanship. Depending on the time of year and where the table is shipping, we may advise delaying your shipment due to the extreme temperature changes during transit.
We recommend using solid wood table tops in cool room settings (68 – 72 degrees Fahrenheit) with a relative humidity between 40-45%. Proper air circulation in the room is necessary. Any sudden changes in temperature or humidity can affect the table top, so change your thermostat settings gradually as the seasons change. This also applies to the storage of wood table tops. If you plan to store your wood table tops for a prolonged period of time, make certain that you do so in a climate controlled unit.
Excessive heat, cold, dryness, or humidity are often the reasons for any wood cracking or splitting. Carefully consider the placement of your tables. Avoid direct sunlight, heat sources, and bright lighting. Also, do not place tables within close proximity to radiators, heating vents, space heaters, ovens, or wood burning stoves.