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About Flint Alley Furniture LLC
Why Choose us to make your furniture?
Flint Alley Furniture is a small family owned fine woodworking business based in Central Pennsylvania. We were formed in 2013 in the 1 car garage behind our home located in Elizabethtown Pa.The name Flint Alley originated from the alley in which our original shop began.
As a family owned business we take great pride in everything we make. With over 12 years of woodworking experience, we use traditional techniques, and modern machinery to create furniture that is of the highest quality available. Our shop is climate controlled which means we acclimate, build and finish all of our products in an environment that is the same as most homes. This provides long lasting furniture that will show minimal changes for many years to come. Our woods are premium FAS grade hardwoods and our finishes are Premium ultra low and 0 VOC .
At Flint Alley Furniture we strive every day to provide the best product possible. Our furniture will last a lifetime and by selecting Flint Alley Furniture to furnish your home you are investing in furniture for yourself and future generations o enjoy. With quality being our #1 Focus wait times may fluctuate so please inquire prior or ordering if you need a specific delivery date and we will do our best to accommodate your request without sacrificing quality.
Austin & Heather Robbins
More about our lumber:
We work entirely with solid hardwood lumber. Every piece of lumber is hand selected from the finest lumber yards located within 3 hours of our shop. We use only Kiln Dried FAS Grade Lumber which is the finest quality available.
Common woods we work with:
- White & Red Oak
- Hard & Soft Maple
Definition of FAS Lumber
"Firsts and Seconds (FAS)
The best and most expensive grade. Boards 6" and wider, 8' and longer. Yields 83-1/3 percent of clear face cuttings with minimum sizes of 4" x 5', or 3" x 7'. Board is graded from the poorer face. Suitable for fine furniture, cabinetry, and applications where clear, wide boards are needed."