QUALITY WITH A DIFFERENCE
40 Years Of Excellence
- Fully Framed USA Scaled Designs
- Durable 16 Gauge Steel Construction
- Full Dimension Wood/Cut Metal Profile
- Full Weld Joints
- Non-Toxic Powder Coat Finish
- Each Piece Is Electro-Chemically Washed Before Being Electroplated For a Chip Resistant Finish
- High Density Poly Urethane Cushions For Comfort & Durability
- Decorative Custom Paint and Fabric Options
- “No-Mar” Leg Glides
- Trendler Swivel Tilt Lifetime* Warranty
- Tempo’s Lifetime Warranty To The Original Owner
- Made In The USA**
Tempo's warranty applies to the original owner at the date of purchase.
All warranties cover construction to be free from defects in workmanship and materials for the life of the product. Please note; moving parts/fabrics are not covered by this warranty. This warranty does not cover corrosion of metal or discoloration of fabrics due to exposure by direct sunlight. This warranty does not cover furniture used for commercial purpose or furniture damaged by acts of nature and lack of proper care.
Tempo will not be liable for the shipping or packaging charges to and from the factory. Complete round trip shipping charges will be the responsibility of the end user.
Familiarize yourself with the tempo warranty to be aware of guidelines. Some styles, colors and fabrics cannot be replaced since products periodically become discontinued and are no longer available.
Make a copy of your original proof of purchase. This is required.
Describe the problem and any damage in writing, a photograph can be helpful in sometimes resolving the problem quickly.
If a return is necessary, a return goods authorization (RA) number will be assigned to you with instructions for returning the item in question.
No returns will be accepted without an RA from Tempo Industries, Inc.
Submit proof of purchase and a written statement to our customer service by either e-mailing or fax:
TEMPO INDUSTRIES, INC.
2137 EAST 55TH STREET
VERNON, CA 90058
FAX - 323-581-4837
VENEER WOOD TOPS
Veneer is a thin layer of natural wood that is bonded to a less expensive substrate but a durable foundation base. This process is called veneering. The finished product provides a very attractive wood top with all the natural properties of a solid wood top. Veneers are very thin and should be treated with care. We recommend that you do not place wet objects as a glass or hot cup directly to the veneer surface. Let common sense be the guideline.