You're getting the very best.
We only use solid hardwoods when making our furniture, no particle board, no veneers! Plus, you get to choose what hardwood your furniture gets made from. Our standard choices are Cherry, Maple, Oak, and Quartersawn White Oak. We can also use other woods like Walnut and Elm if you prefer. Just call us for pricing!
Our craftsmen use a Catalyzed Conversion Varnish Topcoat along with the stain color of your choice over the exterior and the inside of all drawer boxes. This process both beautifies and protects your surface while retaining the natural texture of the wood.
We use pegged support slats made from solid oak. Using pegs instead of screws means you don't have to worry about screws loosening over time. Solid oak slats also means your slats will remain free from bowing.
We use pressure cast aluminum corner brackets on all of our bed posts with lag bolts fastened directly to the solid wood posts giving you extra durability and longevity.
Adjustable Center Leg: comes standard on the King, California King, and Queen size beds. Most mattress warranties require this, and we provide it with no extra charge.
Insert Backs with Screw Fasteners: just like our tops and fronts, our furniture sides and drawer sides are made of solid hardwood lumber. Our furniture backs are inset and screwed in place for the best fit and finish.
Finished Backs on the Bed: means our beds can free float in your bedroom if you have an open concept room.
Full Extension Drawer Glides, English Dovetails, and Finished Interior Drawer Boxes: full extension glides means your drawer slides all the way out, making it easy to find your clothes. English dovetails means durable construction and maximum use of available space in the drawer box, unlike French dovetails. And finished interior drawer boxes means a smooth finish keeping your clothes snag free.
Rest assured, no matter what bedroom suite you choose from The Amish House, you know your getting the very best. Remember, "The bitterness of poor quality remains long after the sweetness of low price is forgotten." - Ben Franklin
Cheers from the AH!