Frequently Asked Questions
Why should I buy from you?
At Upper Room Custom Creations all wood products are 100% handcrafted in Southern New Jersey. We personally put our hands on every inch of material that goes into your order. This means that we can stand behind our products 100% because we know they are built right. If you’re not happy, neither are we.
What are the rules of Cornhole and how do I play?
Learn how to play Cornhole with the official rules and regulations of the game set forth by the original and official governing body of Cornhole, American Cornhole Association.
I need a an order this weekend. Can you do that?
Most likely not! There is such a demand for our products that we're unable to keep an inventory on hand. All custom sets take time and attention to detail to produce. Quality is our number one priority and any high-quality custom finish takes time. Thus giving you a product that will last for years and something we're comfortable putting our name on.
Do you deliver?
Yes!! We will deliver to the anywhere within a 25 mile radius of our location for a fee.
Do you ship your products?
Yes!! We ship to anywhere in the continental USA for Cornhole boards and Internationally for other wood products. Shipping for Cornhole sets can be pricy so if you'd prefer, feel free to find a local builder on The Cornhole Collective website. This site is filled with awesome makers and a wealth of information.
Do you use vinyl stickers or wrap on your Cornhole Boards?
No!! Early on in our business of Cornhole making we did use them. However, more recently we had changed to doing only stain an/or paint. This allows us to create a more personalized design as well as expand the longevity of your boards.
How should I care for and maintain my cutting/serving board?
We recommend you hand wash with warm water and a mild soap. Be sure to dry thoroughly! DO NOT submerge or let soak in water for an extended period. DO NOT place in dishwasher or microwave. Occasionally rub dry board with food grade safe mineral oil or wax to keep the wood from drying out.