Polywood Outdoor Furniture Clearance Event
The sun is shining, the leaves are still falling and Autumn is in full swing here at our Vernon, Vermont Showroom. Are you like us and still clinging to these last days of beautiful weather? Why not enjoy these final Fall days with our outdoor Polywood furniture. (Or be ready for next year.)
Now, you may be wondering, “Why should I buy outdoor furniture now that the season is over?” The answer is simple-end of season savings. During this clearance event, all in-stock Polywood products are 20% off. The sale is being held at our Stonehurst Showroom and is a “Cash & Carry” style sale (Friday Oct. 30-Monday Nov. 2). Our helpful sales team is here with any questions you may have about the sale and the products available.
Here’s some helpful information about Polywood and its benefits:
Polywood is high-end outdoor furniture made of a material known as Recycled Plastic Lumber (RPL). The plastic comes most commonly from recycled milk jugs and detergent bottles, as well as a variety of other plastic liquid containers.
The benefits of Polywood are tenfold compared to other common outdoor furniture materials such as cedar, teak and redwood. Aside from aiding in forest preservation and reducing the amount of plastic in landfills, Polywood is durable, low maintenance and comes with a Vermont Woods Studios life-time guarantee. Depending on where you live, Polywood furniture can withstand the rain, snow, wind (chairs weigh approximately 40 lbs each!) and any other challenges mother nature may throw its way. It’s insect, mold and mildew resistant and can be washed simply with soap and water. An added bonus? The look of real wood without splintering!
To learn more about our Polywood products, the production, maintenance and life-time guarantee, visit our Polywood information page here.
This blog is written by your friends at Vermont Woods Studios. Check out our Vermont made furniture and home decor online and visit our showroom and art gallery at Stonehurst, the newly restored 1800s farmhouse nestled in the foothills of the Green Mountains.