Due to high demand, the custom nature of our products, and our commitment to high quality, production lead times for most orders are typically ~4 weeks. This may vary by +/- one week. Thank you for your patience and understanding.
If you need delivery by a certain date please contact us as we may be able to do a Rush Order.
Unless there is a need for more information from you, orders received by 11:59 PM ET will begin to be prepared for production the next business day. We review every order before beginning fabrication and we will contact you via email if we have any questions. Please keep an eye on your email to avoid delays in your order processing.
6 days or less with Standard Ground Shipping (See map below)
3 days with 3rd Day Ground
2 days with 2nd Day Air
1 day with Next Day Air
No Saturday delivery
Estimated Standard Ground Transit Times, shipping from Atlanta, GA:
Shipping Rods Over 105"
We utilize UPS for the shipment of all packages. Because there is a maximum package length allowed, we must splice any rod longer than 105". By default we will divide the rod into equal lengths, for example a 140" rod would be spliced into 2 @ 70" and a 270" rod would be spliced into 3 @ 90". Upon request, we can splice your rod however you like so long as no segment is over 105". For most corner and bay rods there will be a splice at each corner. With our splicing method, any length of rod will look and function like one solid rod once installed.
Please note that there is a new UPS/FedEx fee that applies to any box over 96" long (which means any rod segment over 93" due to packaging cushion). However, this fee can almost always be avoided. If you suspect that you'll need an individual rod segment over 93" long then please contact us to discuss options. Individual rod segments over 93" typically only occur with overall rod lengths between 93" - 105", or 186" - 210", and only with 1 1/4" or larger diameter rods (since 1" rods can only span up to 90" between brackets).
Our splices are extremely sturdy, easy to assemble, and are completely hidden once installed. (Reference images below.) Keep in mind that you'll want a bracket at each splice point to help support the rod and to hide the seam. The splice is firmly secured with set screws on the back of the rod.
Splice Assembly Steps:
1. The end of each rod segment has a set screw for securing the splice. You'll find the set screw on the back of the rod approximately 2" from the end. The splice connector is a smaller diameter piece of rod, about 8" long.
2. Slide the splice connector halfway into one rod segment and tighten the set screw. Repeat on the other rod segment.
3. Rotate the rods such that the set screws are on the back, next to the wall. Once installed, only a thin seam remains which will be completely hidden behind the middle bracket, thus making the rod appear as a continuous, seamless rod.