Case Goods

Solid Wood Construction
Genuine solid wood is used on all exterior panels and shaped edges to provide quality and beauty that will last for generations. Kincaid does not use veneers, which often crack and peel over time. Many furniture manufacturers only use solid wood on drawer fronts, while the remainder of the product is veneer over particleboard. Edges are typically "banded" with a strip of solid wood to simulate solid wood construction, but below the veneer is particleboard. In certain instances Kincaid Furniture may use other construction methods to offer the most useful, practical, and/or the safest function to consumers.


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Drawer Guides
A wood-on-wood non-tilting, dovetailed drawer guide is used in the installation of all Kincaid drawers.


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Front Posts
Where the design allows, heavy front posts are used for additional case stability and strength.


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Floating Panels
Raised panel doors and bed panels utilize a floating, self-centering construction technique.


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Finger Joints
All Kincaid solid wood chairs are crafted using a glue and screw technique across a finger-jointed corner, adding strength to the chair while minimizing flex across the joint.


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Solid Wood Edges
Shaped edges are constructed of solid wood, unlike many manufacturers who use banded veneers, to provide premium quality and durability.


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Mortise and Tenon Joints
Kincaid's case construction features mortise and tenon joinery, a time-proven method of assembling two parts at a 90° angle.


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Floating Tops
Fully floating tops, end panels, bed panels, etc. are incorporated into every Kincaid product to allow for normal expansion and contraction of the solid wood components as the humidity changes in your home.


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Dovetailing
Kincaid's dovetail drawer construction utilizes the best dovetail for each application. Where construction allows, English dovetails on the drawer front and back create a tight fit and add exceptional holding power.


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Adjustable Glides
Adjustable glides are provided on all units for leveling doors and on select units for a center support.


Kincaid, in keeping with its tradition in styling, materials and finish, crafts its furniture collections using primarily solid woods selected for grain clarity, color coordination and design. Combinations of different solid wood species are used within each collection. Not all exposed surfaces of every collection are constructed of solid wood. Wood products, multi-layered plywood, veneers and laminates are used for certain structural elements, including exposed surfaces that support leather, cane wicker and other non-wood materials, as well as in select components including some decorative table tops, table skirts, bed rails, interior surfaces, back panels, pullout trays, serving surfaces, etc. Some of our furniture features metal, stone, marble, granite or a composite material with the appearance of these elements.
 

WOOD FURNITURE
Kincaid provides a limited one-year warranty to the original purchaser of first-quality Kincaid wood furniture from an authorized dealer that the furniture is free from defects in material and workmanship as noted. This warranty does not apply to purchasers of as-is or distressed products or display samples. Color and finish variations are natural in wood and are not covered by this warranty. This warranty applies under conditions of normal household use but does not apply to fading (furniture should not be placed in direct sunlight) or defects that result from negligence, soiling, improper cleaning, misuse, abnormal use, accident, or commercial use. For fabrics on our chairs, this warranty does not apply to piling, cleaning, shrinkage, wrinkling, wear, dye-lot variance, damage or failure due to chemical treatment other than by the fabric manufacturer, or damage caused by pets.

Kincaid will, for one year following the date of the original purchase, at Kincaid's option in its sole discretion, repair or replace, or provide a substitute for, any piece or part found by Kincaid to be defective in material or workmanship. Any costs for packing and shipping are not covered under this warranty. Service claims under this warranty should be made through the retail store from which the furniture was purchased. To obtain proper service under this warranty, the original purchase receipt should be kept.