At Emeco, customer satisfaction is very important. They build their products with the highest standards of design and manufacturing. Emeco warrants, to the original purchaser, all chairs and stools to be free from defects in material and workmanship under normal use and conditions for life.
Fabric that is not manufactured by Emeco is not covered by this warranty but governed solely by the guarantees or warranties, if any, of the upholstery manufacturer. This warranty also does not include scratches and chips to a powder coated color finish, scratches and blemishes to a polished finish, scratches, discoloration, and deterioration to ABS (due to harsh cleaners), or floor glide wear. This warranty does not apply to chairs damaged by accident, abuse, neglect, or misuse, nor does it apply if repairs are attempted by purchaser or by anyone other than an authorized Emeco agent or the Emeco factory.
Emeco will replace or repair defective chairs, stools and occasional tables covered by this warranty. To report any issues, please call Emeco Customer Service at 1-717-637-5951.
Emeco Life-Time Warranty: Navy, Hudson, Icon, Heritage, Kong, 20-06 chairs and stools, Emeco Stools and Occasional Tables.
Emeco 7-Year Warranty: Superlight chairs, 1951 and Nine-0 chairs and stools, all swivel seating, 20-06 tables, cafÙ tables, and work table legs.
History of Emeco Aluminum Chair Company
Since 1944, when Wilton Dinges envisioned manufacturing sculpted masterworks, Emeco has been focused on a single goal combining the best materials with the highest skilled craftsman. Quality isn't an accident. It's all about process and people.
The high quality of the Emeco chair is the culmination of seventy-seven individual operations performed by Emeco's skilled craftsman. Some have been perfecting their craft over forty years.
Emeco uses a manufacturing process resulting from a collaboration with Alcoa to develop a seaworthy chair for military use. Emeco is the only company in the world using this exclusive trademarked process to produce chairs. The specially treated aluminum alloy material is rust-free, light weight, and tough enough, legend has it, to survive a torpedo blast. A 77-step process transforms the Emeco chair from a rough frame to sculptured masterwork. Life expectancy is 150 years.