How We Build Our Clarks Original Wooden Adirondack Chairs
All our Adirondack chairs are built with premium top choice durable woods. We hand select our lumber stock for board straightness, color consistency and as free of knots and surface damage as possible. Here are the woods currently use; Cypress, Mahogany, Red Western Cedar, Ipe and Treated Yellow Pine. The bolts we use to attach the legs are either galvanized, stainless or bronze. The seat, arms and back slats are attached with powder coated Durafast wood screws and premium outdoor Titebond III wood glue.
Our Classic Adirondack Chairs are Designed to be Traditional and Long Lasting
To optimize long lasting chair strength, aesthetic beauty as well as symmetrical balance we use one and a half inch thick boards for the front and back legs. Using larger leg boards provides more surface area to screw and glue down seat and arm boards making our chairs sturdier and less likely to split out over time. All our original Adirondack chairs feature traditional wide one inch thick arms because they make a classic Adirondack chair what it is; without them you do not have the true iconic American chair. Remember a well balanced Adirondack chair should be not only eye catching but strong and durable.
Detailed Craftsmanship Each Chair is "Built One at a Time"
After we finish cutting and sanding our chair parts we assemble each "One at a time". This is how we know that each and every Clarks Original Adirondack Chair that leaves our shop is our best. That every piece fits correctly and proper attention has been paid to all details.