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Factors to consider before buying chairs.
There are many factors to consider when purchasing chairs for your church. ComforTek Seating prides itself in providing the best possible church chairs for a competitive price.

We urge all our customers to shop around and ask all the tough questions.

Dare to Compare? Compare ComforTek Church Chairs to Others

Comparing apples to apples

Not every church chair in the market is made equally.

Foam Cushion Comparison

Where was your foam thickness measured?
Over 4 inches of foam isn’t always 4 inches of foam. We measure only the part of foam you sit on. Others may not.

Dare to Compare T-nuts

What’s holding your chair together?
ComforTek uses only StaFast “Ultimate” T-nuts, which gives a metal to metal connection for superior holding power, not wood screws.

Dare to Compare - Plywood vs Chipboard

Is out of sight, really out of mind?
Plywood vs. Chipboard. All Summit Series of church chairs use plywood versus chipboard.

Fully Assembled Church Chairs

What’s my total investment?
All our chairs are fully assembled. Others will give you a great price, but you supply the labour to assemble.

Dare to Compare Warranty

Who’s standing behind your chairs?
All Summit Series of church chairs come with a lifetime warranty on the frame, 10 years on the foam, and 10 years on the fabric stitching and seams.

Dare to Compare - Comfort

What is the comfort level after 20 minutes?
All Summit Series of Church Chairs give you 1½″ of foam and lumbar support on the back, for sustained comfort.

Chair Certifications

Our chairs are made with sustainability and safety in mind.

Dare to Compare Certifications

MAS Green Certified: An emissions testing laboratory specializing in helping companies enter the green market with low VOC emitting products.

ANSI-BIFMA: A voluntary standard for business and institutional furniture manufacturers. The standard establishes measurable criteria for multiple levels of achievement and performance for manufacturers at different stages of their sustainability journey.

CAL117: Regulates the flammability of components used in upholstered furniture.

CAL133 (Optional): Similar to CAL 117, except that it specifically regulates the flammability of furniture that will be used in “public spaces.” This includes both government buildings and offices owned by private companies that will house ten or more people.

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We always welcome questions and comments.





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