Bertolini Incorporated Introduces a New Division: ChurchChairs.US.Com

Bertolini Inc. wanted to give churches buying low-cost chairs the value of having a chair that wouldn't soon need replacing.

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Being able to provide a chair that impacts eternity IS extraordinary; providing a really great chair, at a really great price, that serves the seating needs of the local church is an exciting added bonus, says Chuck Horn, President of Bertolini Inc.

Chino, CA (PRWEB) August 14, 2014

Bertolini Incorporated introduces a new division, ChurchChairs.US.com. This division will provide low cost and in stock ready to ship church chairs. Woven into the company’s DNA is a commitment to serve the local church through the chairs that they manufacture by providing the very best ministry tool (chair) possible. It targets price-sensitive buyers that have had to settle for sub-standard products from other online retails that seemingly care only about the transaction and not about the chairs falling apart in a few short years or sometimes even months. Nevertheless, the recent economic climate has forced many churches to become very price sensitive. When Bertolini Inc. saw and researched just how badly the import church chairs were, they decided to do something to serve the needs of the price-sensitive church chair buyer. Bertolini Inc. wanted to give churches buying low-cost chairs the value of having a chair that wouldn't soon need replacing.

Bertolini Incorporated has partnered with one of the best manufacturers in Asia to provide a top quality cushion set with virgin commercial grade foam (no fillers) and super heavy-duty contract grade polyolefin fabric that has been tested to 75,000 double rubs (standard contract grade = 15,000). These cushion sets are married to the industry’s best frame with metal-to-metal T-nut construction for extreme fastening durability; the frame itself is manufactured in the USA by Bertolini Inc. This robust frame is produced using mandrel bending (for a stronger bend) from 16 gauge cold-rolled steel and finished in Bertolini’s own state-of-the-art, five-stage powder coating system with top-quality Axalta powder-coats that are cured at 400 degrees to create a tough, durable and attractive finish.

Bertolini Inc. assembles these chairs locally in Lawrenceburg, Tennessee using their own top quality componentry such as booted rockers glides and friction-fit polymer stack buttons to create a quality chair that’s priced comparable to lesser quality imports. They named it “The Hybrid Difference”; the customer gets a lot more chair for the money from a company that stands behinds what it builds. "Being able to provide a chair that impacts eternity IS extraordinary; providing a really great chair at a really great price that serves the seating needs of the local church is an exciting added bonus", says Chuck Horn, President of Bertolini Inc.


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