FAQ

Who runs your company?

My name is Peter and I have worked as a carpenter for over a decade, and specialized in working on historically designated buildings.  Together with my wife Katie we decided to establish Pebble Mountain Woodcrafts next to my childhood home in Indian Harbour.

 

How big is your company?

Our company is very small.  I design and make all of the items we sell, and my partner works on the administrative end of things.

 

What are your products finished with?

We use non-toxic food grade finishes on almost all our products.  Unless otherwise noted all products are the natural colour of the wood they are made out of and finished with solvent free, petroleum distillate free, and heavy metal free finishes.

 

What type of woods do you use?

While we work with all woods we predominately use a variety of exotic hardwoods to provide a natural selection of colours.  These are bought locally but are not native to Nova Scotia.  We are hoping to eventually create some more rustic styled products with local woods.

 

Can I see the product(s) before purchasing?

Yes - please contact us and we can arrange a time to meet. You can visit our shop or we can arrange to meet at a central location.

 

Can I  custom order one of your products using different woods?

Yes you can - please contact us and we can swap any of the woods to make a custom order. Prices may vary from the original product price.

 

Do you take custom orders that differ from your products?

Yes we do - please contact us with your inquiry and we would be happy to discuss the project. Please see our Gallery section for photos of custom orders already completed.

 

Where can we find your products?

As of October 2023 our products are available through this website as well as:

Halifax Brewery Farmers Market: Saturday from 8:00 to 1:00 (November 18, December 2,9,16,23) 

 

Dartmouth Makers Winter Market at The Parish Hall (61 Dundas St):

Friday, November 24: 5-9pm 

Saturday, November 25: 10am-5pm 

 

East Coast Artisans Festive Show: Friday, December 1 from 4-8pm at the Truro Farmers Market (15 Young St.)