USA CONTRACT FURNITURE MANUFACTURER
THE CRIMSON DIFFERENCE
We take the core construction and finish techniques of our product line very seriously. Combined we are providing our customers the absolute most durable product available and a product that sets the industry standard on the finish. Simply put we do not take short cuts in the design or manufacturing processes.
Your pool and outdoor area can define your property’s image, and we want to do our job of making your pool and outdoor area standout. By choosing Crimson you will give your guests, residents, or members the absolute most comfortable and elegant commercial outdoor furniture available.
CRIMSON SOURCES 100% OF OUR MATERIALS IN THE USA
WE WILL NOT COMPROMISE THE QUALITY OF OUR PRODUCT
Choosing the right brand of outdoor furniture for your property is far more than just picking a style, frame finish, and fabric.
MADE IN THE USA
Some competitors manufacture outside the USA but lead you to believe they do not. Crimson manufactures our products 100% IN THE USA.
USA SOURCED RAW MATERIALS
Some competitors claim Made In USA, but hide the fact they are importing the furniture frames and only applying the paint and fabric in the USA. Some competitors build their products in the USA but hide the fact they import many of the raw materials.
The aluminum extrusion thickness is critical when building commercial outdoor furniture. Over the years many of our competitor’s have reduced the thickness of their aluminum extrusion in order to lower costs. Crimson uses the thickest aluminum extrusion designs in the industry with an average thickness approaching .100”. Pictured is a cutaway of one of our extrusions on the left and a competitor’s on the right. The thickness is visibly noticeable.
FRAME PAINT FINISH
We use a state of the art powder paint process and 5 stage pretreatment process that uses proprietary chemical technology to ensure your finish will last. Many competitors apply their finish in a way that does not bond properly which leads to peeling of the paint finish.
CRIMSON POOLSIDE WILL NOT SACRIFICE PRODUCT FINISHING QUALITY JUST TO SPEED UP OUR PRODUCTION RATE.
WE WILL NOT COMPROMISE OUR PRODUCT STRENGTH TO REDUCE OUR MANUFACTURING COST
BUILDING A PRODUCT THAT IS MADE TO LAST
IS OUR #1 PRIORITY
NO TEN FOOT RULE
“The difference between something good and something great is the detail”
The “Ten Foot Rule” is used by our competitors. What is the “Ten Foot Rule”? Answer: “If you cannot visibly see poor craftsmanship or an aesthetic defect from ten feet away it is ok to build and ship the product that way”. You are investing your company’s hard-earned revenue to furnish your pool area, and in many cases, your pool area defines your property.
We take pride in providing you a premium quality product that has been designed structurally for the rigors of commercial pool use. We also deliver you a product that has been properly aesthetically finished. We do not use a ten-foot rule, as we do not sacrifice quality just to run our production at higher rates.
Our products are properly finished to provide not only durability but also aesthetic appeal. Our welding process is done in a technique that properly bonds the aluminum and properly finished.
We do not take shortcuts in the design and manufacturing process by bolting our slings through the frame. Billet aluminum CNC machined inserts are welded into our frames to hide the sling bolt under the frame. We will not compromise our design and strength just to speed up the production line.
We have numerous collections that use a sleek “2 piece” sling design for the seat. We construct this sling seat to give the product a sleek look and to provide your guest or member superior comfort.
We offer multiple frame finish colors, and our end caps are color matched to all of our frame finishes.
Many competitors focus more on speed than aesthetic and structural quality. Delivering you a product that has visible imperfections.
Many competitors take the short cut of drilling a hole in the frame and pushing a bolt through to affix the sling to the frame.
Many competitors take a short cut and simply put 2 pieces of fabric in a normal 1 piece sling tract, leaving a large gap in the sling seat.
Many competitors skip the detail of color matched glides and use generic black or white end caps with all paint finishes.