Inspect wooden chairs or stools for defects in construction or finish.
What does a Chair Inspector and Leveler do?
Inspects wooden chairs or stools for defects in construction or finish to ensure conformance with manufacturing standards: Places chair, stool, or frame on bench to determine if item stands level. Slides uneven items over circular saw flush with top of bench to cut excess length from legs. Inspects wooden surfaces for defects in finish, such as cracks, splits, and protruding splinters, and marks defects with chalk or crayon. Stacks defective chairs or stools in designated area. May repair defects in finish, using stain stick. May assemble wooden furniture parts.