Let me know of any problems - either send me an email, or call me at 718 GO-CANAL.
If you're in Brooklyn or a neighboring borough, I'll swing by & pick up the wounded little fella. (Outside the city, you get it to me and I'll ship it back to you.) These boards can - and should - last lifetimes.
There are some things that are terrible for cutting boards - top of the list is extended contact with water (never submerge the board or leave it in a pool of water on the counter), but also never giving it a coat of oil. The board may warp or crack (or both) as a result. That sort of damage isn't covered, but I can still fix those boards, should the unthinkable happen. Take a look at the maintenance page for more information about how to best care for cutting boards.
Also, if after a few years the surface looks a bit too worn and scratched for your liking (some people like that, some people don't), I can refinish it so that it is as smooth as the day you got it.]]>