Warranties, Maintenance & Safety

Most of our bar stools, chairs, tables and fabrics carry manufacturers' warranties against defects in materials and workmanship when installed and utilized for their intended purpose. Look at each manufacturer's warranties listed below, and they will also be on the products themselves when delivered:

Lifetime Warranty on some swivels

10 Year Limited Warranty on some bar stools & fabric upgrades

5 Yr. Limited Warranty on most metal frames

1-3-5 Yr. Limited Warranty on wood frames

Limited Lifetime repair of wrought iron welds
(after warranty period)

Our manufacturing partners use the best raw materials to ensure you long and trouble-free use; they stand solidly behind their products leveraging their decades of high quality technology and craftsmanship to assure you that the bar stools and seating that you purchase here will remain durable and look good for many enjoyable years to come.

Behind any warranties you see here from our manufacturing partners' is:

A track record of 25 years or more
Control of key structural development processes from frame building to powdercoat painting to upholstering
Strictest quality-control standards
Use of the finest materials
Advanced construction techniques, such as double welding and technologically advanced electrostatic powdercoat painting
Advanced CAD-based engineering and design technologies



Periodic inspection and maintenance ensures the durability and longevity of our seating products, and the joints, welds, swivels and other stress points should be routinely checked, cleaned, tightened, and parts needing lubrication should get it. Replace missing glides, screws or bolts. Use only the manufacturers' replacement parts and instructions.

Wood Sealers

A medium sheen sealer is applied to Special Grouping wood seats and backs. This sealer provides additional protection and is resistant to most stains resulting from food or drink. This finish is compatible with most commercially available alkaline-based cleaners.

Fire Retardancy

Our manufacturers use fire retardant foam that meet California Technical Bulletin #117, and most of their seating products meet or exceed NSF and BISMA standards.