Chino, CA (PRWEB) September 16, 2014
Bertolini Incorporated is pleased to introduce a new addition to their line of popular Hybrid Church Chairs, The Liberty Hybrid Pew Stacker. “At Bertolini Incorporated we recognize that some churches have tighter budget restraints and may not want to commit funds to premium quality seating. The unfortunate part is that many settle for cheaply made, poor quality church chairs that just don’t last”, says Chuck Horn, President of Bertolini Inc.
Bertolini Incorporated developed its line of Hybrid Church Chairs featuring American craftsmanship in a USA built frame combined with globally sourced cushions designed specifically to their rigid specifications and quality controls. The Liberty Hybrid is much more elegant and comfortable, compared to most stackable church chairs, with its fully upholstered ergonomic back and rolled-front seat cushion promoting healthy sitting and circulation. The Liberty Hybrid features a well made frame built from cold-rolled USA steel featuring mandrel bending and radius edges to produce a stronger frame than any other in the industry; it easily supports 1000+ lbs. It also features a shock-absorbing torsion bar that protects the durability of the church chair. The Liberty Hybrid provides contract grade, stain resistant olefin fabric and environmentally friendly powder-coat frame finishes. Integrated welded interlocks for locking chairs close together are also included. This model easily stacks up at 8-10 chairs high and is lightweight. Best of all, Bertolini Inc. builds The Liberty Hybrid Pew Stacker Church Chair for the customer in Chino, California and Lawrenceburg, Tennessee USA, and are ready for a quick delivery.
The Liberty 115 Pew Stacker Hybrid Church Chair is now available for purchase on Bertolini Incorporated’s division BertoliniChurchChairs.com. It provides the customer with a product description, specifications, lead time, and warranty information. A short video is also available to view all the available fabric and frame finish colors.
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