Why buy a Stork Craft Nursing Chair?
Stork Craft has been a maker of fine baby furniture since 1945 when Morris Feldman founded the company. It started in his basement and due to the popularity of his products, moved to a store on 4th Avenue in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
Since then they have become a leader in making nursery furniture. Their aim is not only to make great furniture that lasts, but that is also safe for your baby. Not only do they build great nursing chairs, but are known for their cribs, bassinets and changing tables too.
Some features of a Stork Craft Glider Chair for the nursery:
- They are offered in 7 wood finishes and 9 fabric choices. This gives you plenty of options to find the right one to match your nursery.
- Ample seating area with padded polyester blend filled arm cushions keeping you and your baby nice and comfortable.
- The arms of the chairs contain a pocket to store books and magazines
- The exquisite micro fiber fabric makes these chairs oh so comfortable to sit and glide in to relax you in no time.
- The seat and back cushions are spot cleanable.
- To ensure a smooth gliding motion, metal ball bearings are used in enclosed tracks.
- Easy to assemble for anyone.
- Made to match with other Stork Craft nursery furniture.
- Backed with a 1 year limited warranty.
Some frequently asked questions (FAQ’s) we have received
How much weight can the glider hold?
Stork Craft does not conduct weight tests on their gliders. But according to their website it should be able to accommodate most adults.
Does this chair recline?
No, this is not a reclining glider.
What are the cushions material made of?
They may vary from microfiber to polyester. It will all depend on the cushion type and color.
Can the glider cushions be cleaned?
Yes they can. They are “spot cleanable”
Does the glider lock?
No, these gliders do not have a locking feature.
What is the size of the sitting area?
The seat dimensions are 20” by 18”
Are the Stork Craft glider cushions removable?
Yes, they are.
I need to order replacement cushions, how do I do that?
You can contact Stork Craft customer service either by phone at 1-877-274-0277 toll free from Monday to Friday 7 am to 3 pm Pacific Standard Time. The email address is firstname.lastname@example.org
Will all of the Stork Craft baby furniture pieces I have purchased match exactly?
No. This is because several variables come into play. In all depends on the wood used, the country of manufacture and the type of wood used. For example a crib and bassinet may be made of the same type of wood, but from different trees. That may cause a variation in the look of it. Even if it was cut from the same wood it could be slightly different. That is part of the beauty of Stork Craft nursery furniture, the natural variation of using real wood.
Stork Craft offers a limited one-year warranty on glider chairs.
Stork Craft wants you to be happy with your purchase and backs their products with a one-year limited warranty. This is a warranty against all defects in materials and defects in workmanship for one year. The warranty is limited to replacing or repairing any part that according to Stork Craft, is defective in workmanship or materials in normal use. This warranty does not cover damage due to normal wear, incorrect assembly or installation negligence, abuse, and alteration to the finish, hardware or design of the chair.
It important for you to keep your original receipt as proof of purchase and to show the date of purchase. The warranty is only for the original purchaser and is not transferable.
During the warranty period, Stork Craft will provide parts or repair the chair at no charge to you. If you make a claim, you will need to provide the model number, the country of origin and the date so they can send you the correct parts. This warranty is good only in the Continental United States and Canada.
Contact information for Stork Craft corporate headquarters.
Stork Craft Manufacturing Inc.
7433 Nelson Road
Richmond, BC, V6W 1G3
Telephone: (604) 274-5121
Fax: (604) 274-9727
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