Help is here! Browse our furniture guides, or find an answer to your question.
Deciding what to make
What kinds of woods are suitable for my project? Should I use solid wood or plywood with laminate?
The type of wood you should use depends on what it’s good for, the look you’re going for, and your budget. We’ve compiled a wood encyclopaedia that talks about each type of wood in detail. Find out what each’s best uses are, their characteristics, look, and more.
I’d like to choose my materials in person. Can I come down to your workshop?
Of course — our workshop and showroom are open 9AM to 6PM Monday to Friday. You’re more than welcome to pop by, watch our woodworkers do their thing, see the projects they’re working on, and browse our range of materials, finishes, hardware.
What kinds of table legs do you guys have?
If you’ve yet to make up your mind, we’ve put together a quick & dirty list of table legs options. If you’re after something in particular that’s not on this list, we’re happy to custom-make it for you. Just let us know when you send in your request.
Are there other materials I can work with, besides wood?
Yep! We work with different types of metals, acrylic, mirrors, glass, and more. See a list of materials, hardware and finishing here.
Types of projects
I’m representing a brand and/or business. What kinds of furniture and/or objects can I make?
We can make office and workspace furniture (see a list here), as well as help you plan the layout of your office. Space planning optimises the flow between different zones for deep focus, socialising, and play, helping your team to function at its best.
We can also design and make custom objects for brand marketing initiatives. This includes trays, product boxes, retail stands, foldable bars, push carts for pop up stores — the sky is the limit. Anything we design, we do so with your branding in mind. See some of the work we’ve done for brands here.
I’m a homeowner. What kinds of furniture can I make?
Here’s a list of all the kinds of furniture you can choose from. Because we’re able to make pretty much anything — bounded by the laws of physics of course — it’s pretty much impossible to make an exhaustive list of every single possible option. But this is a good place to start.
Does Roger&Sons work on government projects?
Yep, we do. We have worked with a number of government institutions and schools on various projects. We’re registered on Gebiz and are able to do e-invoicing. We’re also Bizsafe 3 certified.
About our workshop
Where is your furniture made?
We make all of our products in-house, in our workshop in Woodlands, Singapore.
We give a crap about what we make. It’s what we find immense joy and satisfaction in — it gives us a reason to show up to work everyday. That’s why we’ve always chosen making well-designed, high quality pieces over making mass-produced goods just for the sake of raking in profits.
How long is your lead time?
It varies depending on each project, but exact delivery dates will be confirmed once production can begin. See an estimate here.
How do I get to your workshop?
Unfortunately there are no bus services that run by our building (yeah… we know). What we do is ride a bike or skate from Sembawang MRT. Here are some options on Google maps.
Why do you need me to provide specific dimensions, references and requirements?
We created Roger&Sons to address something that was sorely lacking in the industry: getting custom furniture made should be as quick and easy as getting it off the shelf. It shouldn’t be a long, drawn out process. By providing us with comprehensive info right off the bat, we’re able to shrink the amount of time you have to wait to receive your order.
How do I measure my space for built-in furniture?
Measuring out the space yourself (as opposed to having us come down) greatly reduces the duration of the whole process. To help, we’ve put together a guide detailing how to go about this.
After your enquiry
What happens after I send in a request to work together?
It helps to know what to expect — so here’s a useful list describing the various stages of our process.
How do I care for my furniture?
Consult this aftercare guide for tips and recommendations.