COVID-19/Coronavirus Effects on Outdoor Furniture Industry
NOTE: If you have any questions about new or orders in process, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Currently, we are working remotely with limited phone hours. All emails will be answered within 24 hours during business days.
All of our manufacturers are still taking new orders and we will process all orders in 24 hours. For closed factories all orders will be filled in the order they are received.
Due to the effects of COVID-19 many of our manufacturers are forced to close their factories due to the policy in place by the state they are in. For the latest information on how your order will be delayed, please reference the details below.
During these troubling times many of our manufacturers are using the capabilities and resources to provide Personal Protection Equipment for their local communities and regions.
||Current Lead Times
||OW Lee was able to open and become fully operation on 5/12/2020. During the shutdown OW Lee was able to use their upholstery department to make masks, medical gowns, curtains and other cut/sewn PPE supplies. OW Lee also is offering fabric masks available for adults, kids, or donations on their website: Click for details.
||The Michigan factory was able to open on 5/11/2020. Currently, the factory is working on a backlog of orders that were in progress or received throughout the 7 week shutdown. During the shutdown, Woodard supported the nation by making 27,000 masks for first responders - all of which were produced by factory volunteers. Click for details. The Texas factory for wicker furniture is currently shipping orders.
||Working with the state of New York to see if they can use their manufacturing capabilities to aid with supplies.
|Windward Design Group
||Open for production and shipping with skeleton staff. Orders may be slightly delayed.
||All orders will be produced in their Florida factory. The California factory is closed.
||The factory was able to open on 5/12/2020. Currently, the factory is working on a backlog of orders that were in progress or received throughout the 7 week shutdown.