“When you choose Hallagan, you not only get outstanding furniture, you receive the passion and promise of a longstanding legacy. Working hard to create the quality furniture we pride ourselves on, our team has expertly honed their skills and the tools of their trade to ensure every piece of furniture that finds its way into a customer’s home is their ideal solution”
The Hallagan Furniture Story
Hallagan Furniture has been a family owned & operated company for over 100 years. They pride themselves on not only their detailed craftsmanship, but on the people who have worked tirelessly to create ideal furniture solutions for their customers over the years.
They have been making upholstered furniture since 1899, starting in Canastota, NY. Simon Hallagan, with his partner Thompson, were finding success, and decided to move the company to Newark, NY, in 1913 to the old Mora car plant, which was out of business and lying empty. To this day, the saw dust collection ductwork in the rough mill bears the name “Canastota Couch Company”. The company did well in the years under Simon’s leadership.
While the depression was hard on everyone, the company decided to cut hours across the board in lieu of layoffs, to ensure each employee received some income. During WWII, to help the war effort, the production shifted to make sleeping bags for the Navy.
Simon’s sons, Stuart, Walt and Edwin Hallagan, took the company to the next level after the war and into the 1960’s, still focusing on special order custom upholstery for mid-to-high end living rooms. Stuart was at the helm, while Walt and Edwin played strong sales roles as they traveled throughout New York State. The third generation of Charles and Richard Hallagan operated the company from the 1960’s to the mid 1990’s and established major territories in neighboring states by trucking upholstery deep into New England, the mid-Atlantic states and Ohio.
Today, Steve and Walt Hallagan have the privilege of leading the company in its fourth generation. “As always, our team is our most valued resource. Collectively, our employees average 15 years of experience, some with as many as 50 years in the industry. They are highly skilled workers in all departments, including, fabric cutting and sewing, wood cutting, frame building, foam and fiber cushion fabrication, CAD design and trucking. The new technology has allowed us to dramatically change our offerings. But, as always, we continue to create upholstery made personal.”
“Why do we build our furniture by hand, from the inside out? Because we believe that lasting comfort and the ideal fit have to be designed and constructed from the very beginning and at every step. We offer many choices because we believe it should be as easy as possible for you to find the sofa, sectional or chair that is perfect for you”.
To learn more about Hallagan Furniture, visit their newly updated website, www.hallaganfinefurniture.com, or stop in to our store and let us tell you more about them and their high quality products.
All American Made upholstery furniture
Lifetime Warranties as per the manufacturer
15 frame styles
– We have chosen 5 different frames from 3 of our American made manufacturers to be part of our in-house promotion
Over 100 fabrics
– We have chosen approximately 35-45 different fabrics from each manufacturer that are not only stylish and beautiful, but durable
Over 15 finishes
– All the standard finishes from each manufacturer are available on our in-house promotion sofas
Standard with Qualux® & Qualux Ultra Foam seat cushions – The highest resiliency & the most dense foam in the industry
– Each sofa comes standard with 2 throw pillows in the same fabric as the sofa for this promotion.
– For $30.00 more you can choose a complimentary fabric of your choice from the appropriate manufacturers fabric walls to be put on your throw pillows.
Sofas for every style
– Traditional, Transitional, Contemporary, or Modern styles will be represented within these 15 different sofa frames.
– Tight back, Attached Back, or Loose Back styles available. Check the frame style to see what style back is offered and if others are available.
– We have chosen a variety of styles so that within the 15 frames offered for our in-house promotion, we can offer you styles that will fit your styles and choices.
Standard sofa lengths, or shorter Condo size sofas are available for some styles
– The sizes are dictated by the style of the frame that is chosen.
– Love seats are also available for most styles offered on our in-house promotion
We offer high quality America made sofas at a great price here for you.
Stop in today and let us help you with your selection(s)
Choose the frame, the fabric, the leg finish, and the pillows
Come take advantage of our In-House Promotion
See you soon!
High Quality Sofas from $1199Katie2019-04-19T17:21:49+00:00
It’s important to measure your space prior to placing an order. Tight doorways, narrow hallways, and stairways can potentially pose a problem when delivering new furniture. To be sure that the piece will fit in—and into—your home, follow the guide below. The last thing we want to happen is that the furniture you fell in love with, won’t make it into your home.
1) Measure Your Space
Measure the openings (width & height) of both the interior & exterior doors that the furniture will have to go through. Keep in mind any railings, moldings, door knobs, etc., that would be difficult to remove
Measure the width & height of the hallways that the furniture will have to go through. Keep in mind any moldings, light fixtures, or art work that would be difficult to remove
Measure the opening (width & height) of your stairway at the beginning, middle, and end (accounting for any landings, tight turns, handrails, light fixtures, etc.)
Measure the distance from the stairs to the wall if the top or bottom of your stairway leads into a wall instead of an open space
Measure the opening (width & height) of the doorway into the elevator
Measure the interior space (width, length, & height), accounting for any railings, lights, or other items that are not removable
*When deciding on a layout for your new furniture, keep in mind where the outlets, light switches, vents, and thermostats are in the room. Be sure not to cover these features if you will be accessing them frequently
2) Measure Your Furniture
Measure the width, height, depth, and diagonal depth. The width and height of your furniture piece should both be less than the widths and heights of the doorways and hallways in your home.
*Some of our furnishings have removable legs, feet or bases, and can be delivered through a smaller space. Please confirm with our staff which products are available.
3) Determine The Pathway
Determine what entrance your piece will come in from (front door, back patio door, garage door, etc.) and how it will get to the room
If you are unsure if an item will fit or not, one of our delivery staff would be happy to come out to measure & evaluate your space to determine if the furniture you want will make it in your home.
Measuring for furnitureKatie2017-09-15T18:14:39+00:00