Santa Ana, California (PRWEB) February 01, 2012
Patio Guys, Southern California’s leading residential and commercial furniture refinisher and commercial patio furniture seller, announces hitting a milestone of having recycled a total of 3.5 million pounds of patio furniture.
Patio Guys has served the patio furniture needs of Southern Californians since 1978; This year marks their 34th year in business. In the past several years, Patio Guys have recycled an average of over 12,000 pieces of furniture per year or more, equaling 3 million pounds of could-have-been waste.
The most common thing for people to do when their patio furniture gets worn out or out-outdated is to throw it away. Patio Guys keep unneeded waste out of landfills and help consumers save money. They refurbish and restore old patio furniture so customers can get even more value out of their investments, which leads to even greater savings with higher quality furniture from companies such as Brown Jordan, Tropitone and Alu-mont. Patio Guys can refinish most major brands of patio furniture for one-third of the cost of buying new patio furniture.
In addition to Patio Guys’ refurbishing services, they also recycle materials at their factory that had once been deemed waste. Everything from old acrylic, office paper, cardboard, aluminum, plastic and glass are all recycled.
“While recycling for many products and materials is more expensive than a cheap imported product or material, recycling (refinishing) patio furniture is one place that has made financial sense for a long time,” says Hannah Vanderlinden at Patio Guys.
Patio Guys is progressively becoming greener and greener. Their services have not only allowed customers to make more eco-friendly purchases, but have helped them keep more “green” in their wallets because of huge cost-savings.
For more information on Patio Guys’ products and services, such as patio furniture refinishing for residential and commercial customers, visit http://www.patioguys.com, or contact them directly about your next furniture recycling project.