We care about Quality. Just take a look at our finishing line and you’ll find the stringent testing and rework to make a piece of furniture perfect.
We care about how our furniture arrives at your door. Simple as that. Quality is key, and affordability to the value of our product is second-to-none. On ManchesterWood.com you’ll find quality, affordable priced solid wood furniture made in America. But what else?
Seth Godin wrote “Quality, like feedback, is a trap. To focus on reliably meeting specifications (a fine definition of quality) is to surrender the real work, which is to matter. Quality of performance is a given, it’s not the point.” Seth has a way of words we enjoy to read when it comes to business advice. And well, it always seems to strike us in a positive way.
In short, the real work is to matter. The quality product we provide is guaranteed.
At least when you’re talking about a business with integrity and commitment that extends beyond the bottom line. When quality is actually a given, something much larger happens… significance. Manchester Wood matters because we employ a local community of 60-plus woodworkers. We matter because we care about American jobs rather than outsourcing our work to dramatically cut costs we stayed here instead, just as our forefathers did. Because it felt right. We matter because our company founder believed in jobs over profit. We matter because we’re a small piece of what’s left in an American made economy with simple ingenuity and refinement. Now couple that tradition with modern products, and you’ll find why we matter today at Manchester Wood.
Beyond the quality and design of a product, what do you think matters?