Frequently Asked Questions
Is the epoxy safe for food contact?
The epoxy we use is completely safe and can come into contact with food without any worries. Its safety is confirmed by European certificates, which state that this epoxy is non-toxic in its solid state.
If I order a table, will it look like the one in the picture?
It is impossible to make an exact copy, but we strive to make it as close as possible. Each wood slab has a unique tone, texture, and shape. The photo is just a representation of what the table will look like. Therefore, you will receive a 100% unique product that cannot be replicated.
Is it possible to reproduce the color of the epoxy as shown in the photo?
It is possible, but there might be slight deviations due to factors such as the thickness of the tabletop, the amount of epoxy used, and the type of wood.
Do you provide a warranty?
We guarantee that the coating will be resistant to stains from wine, coffee, tea, and other liquids. However, we do not guarantee that the table will not form scratches or cuts, as such damage can easily occur even on metal surfaces.
Can cracks form on the tabletop, and what should I do in this situation?
Cracks can form if the rules of "Care and maintenance" are not followed. If this happens, the best course of action is to send the table to us for restoration.
What are the maximum dimensions you work with?
The maximum length is 236.2 inch, and the maximum width is 43.3 inch. The same applies to round tables, with a maximum diameter of 43 inch, since the calibration machine works only within these limits.
The maximum thickness of epoxy resin is 4.3 inch, but this also depends on the dimensions of the table. For a 157,4×43,3 inch tabletop, a thickness of 4.3 inch would be too large (1.9-2.3 inch is optimal). In this case, the epoxy resin would boil.
Why are your prices higher than your competitors'?
First, we use more expensive materials that make our products better. Secondly, we provide excellent customer service and services that our competitors cannot offer. Thirdly, you pay for a brand that does not deceive its customers or compromise on the quality of its products.
Why should I buy from you if I can make it myself in my garage for half the price?
We do not doubt the talent and abilities of people, but garage tables typically do not last more than a month. First and foremost, you need a specially equipped room with ventilation and temperature control. Without these, dust and dirt can get into the epoxy resin, potentially ruining the final product. Additionally, you need excellent knowledge and experience in working with wood and epoxy. However, if you do not have the necessary conditions for production, your skills will not save you.
How is the table made?
Selection and cleaning of slabs (manually) —> epoxy pouring —> CNC —> calibration —> grinding —> coating —> installation of legs —> quality control —> shipping.