Fancher Chair is a world class custom OEM wooden chair manufacturer
in Western New York State.
We are located between Buffalo, NY and Erie, PA. We make the chairs you want at a reasonable price.
Proud to be Incorporated into the New York State’s Historic Business Preservation Registry.
What makes Fancher Chair a World Class Manufacturer?
Our staff of over 100 employees has many years of wooden chair manufacturing experience.
Some of our employees have been with the company for over 30 years with several second-generation employees as well. Family is important to us!
Our flexibility in adapting to customer needs is very important to us!
We produce small quantities of certain chair styles, and we produce large quantities in other styles. No order is too small or too big. We offer a wide variety of shipping services.
The customization of chairs to the needs of the buyer makes us successful in the marketplace.
Although we like repetitive orders of chair styles, we are not locked into them. We are always willing to try new designs for our customers.
Our facility dates back to 1807 and is continuing to operate this very day.
The 125,000 square ft. building in Falconer NY has been producing wooden chairs for the past 40 years. Fancher currently produces about 300 chairs per day.
The location of the company has greatly added to our success at Fancher Chair!
We are located at the northwest end of the Allegany National Forest, known for having some of the finest maple, cherry, hickory, & oak trees in the entire world.
The Business Council of New York State, Inc., is the leading business organization in New York State, representing the interests of large and small firms throughout the state.
Every one of our members is unique and so are their stories. Each month the Member Spotlight takes a behind the scenes look of one of our members to showcase their story of who they are and what they do!
Fancher Chair in Falconer, outside of Jamestown, has been a functional wood factory facility for over 200 years. After opening its doors in 1807 as a sawmill, today Fancher Chair makes seats for all types of businesses around the country including several chairs that sit in a very old but important Washington D.C. building. The chair manufacturer currently employs over 120 people and is one of the largest workforces in the Jamestown area.