$25 Delivery within 5 miles of my shop In Ballard, WA
Drying the Lumber
*please note* unfortunately lumber prices are constantly fluctuating, and in the past few years have doubled. So prices may vary due to the present lumber market. The below prices are a "FAIRLY" accurate, but please contacting me for confirmation and a quote.
6' Unfinished Pine (Douglas Fir) with Attached Bench $275
**8' Unfinished with Attached Bench $300
6' Unfinished with Separate Bench $350
**8' Unfinished with Separate Bench $375
4 bench option (4 - 4' bench's) add $100
**6' Unfinished Cedar with Attached Bench $550
**8' Unfinished with Attached Bench $675
6' Unfinished with Separate Bench $695
**8' Unfinished with Separate Bench $775
4 bench option (4 - 4' bench's total) add $150
Oil Stain or Sealer Finish (contact for type)
Attached Bench $75
Detached Bench $100
Adirondack Chairs $50
$25 Flat Rate within 5 miles of my shop in Ballard (Seattle North End) + additional $1.50 per mile for every mile over 5 miles radius (one way).
**EIGHT FOOT TABLE:
A little FYI, the eight foot tables are "a lot" longer then most people expect. They are significantly heavier compared to your "standard 6' picnic table"... A typical dining room table is about 5 feet. Another consideration is the benches tend to be "springier" due to the extra center span distance (mostly on the attached bench, detached bench has a truss that helps reduce "springing"). It is just physics, the extra 2 feet adds 33% more distance between legs. Again this is just FYI and will depend on your situation and what you like and prefer, both lengths are heavy duty.
PINE OR CEDAR?
If keeping covered or under a covered deck, out of extreme weather most of the time, pine should be fine and will last many years. If left out and exposed to the elements cedar may be a better choice and will last longer due to its natural oils, making it more resistant to root then firs. It is very much a personal prefererence and a material cost difference. If treated cedar also tends not tend to twist or crack as much as pine. For both cedar and pine, if well maintained and regulary protected will last and look great for years.
All tables and chairs are planed flat, top surfaces sanded with 150 sandpaper for smoth but rustic exterior grade surface.
If more finishing is wanted (for interior non weather exposure), pricing can be discused.
* Please be aware, any outdoor furniture should be thought of, treated, and maintained in the same manner as you would an exterior deck of the same matererial. Wood exposed to moisture and temperature changes will crack and twist over time regarless of treatment. Finish/Treatment will help extend the life by reducing moisture intrusion and rot.
The better cared for, the longer it will last.