Denver, CO, December 18, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Shopping on the Internet for wooden restaurant chairs in never easy. Pictures of the same chairs on two different websites with a large variance in costs may make one wonder. Don't make the mistake of ordering the cheaper chair only to feel the disappointment the day your order arrives. It’s not a good feeling. How to avoid it is the question.
RestaurantFurnitureRow.com has become an excellent resource for knowledge on all sorts of topics including this particular one. They say, "wooden restaurant chairs and wooden bar stools are manufactured to many different quality standards. Therefore, there are many factors to consider before purchasing these products."
"The wood frames should be made from European Beech Wood. Cambodian rubber may look the same in a picture, but Beech is the most common hardwood used by quality manufacturers and will hold up years longer."
RestaurantFurnitureRow.com also stressed the importance of the stress points underneath the seat. "You find quality with tongue and groove bracing at the front of seat and L braces at every other place where the legs and frame are joined. Glue is not enough. As chairs age, the glue will dry and separation and wobbling may begin. In the cheaper chairs little pin screws instead of real brackets are placed at these critical joints on frame."
And finally, RestaurantFurnitureRow.com discussed the finish. "Look for an oil based stain as opposed to a solvent base with a poly sealant. Matt finishes tend to have more of an upscale look than high gloss finishes."
Talk to an expert. Don't take a photo's word to heart.