Beautiful designs and superb construction are Ebel family traditions
Ebel Inc. was founded in 1988 with Anne Ebel (President) selling resin benches out of Virginia Beach, Virginia. Over the years, we have built a company known and respected in the industry for providing quality outdoor products at an unparalleled value.
Now headquartered in Jacksonville, FL, Ebel Inc. continues to successfully operate with the same “family company” values that have been with us since our founding. That commitment to fostering strong relationships has helped Ebel Inc. partner with dealers across the US, Canada, Mexico, and the Caribbean, so Ebel products can be found on residential and commercial properties in a number of countries.
Because we love being outside as much as you do.
When you purchase an Ebel product, you get more than just great designs and high-quality craftsmanship. Since 2007, we’ve partnered with Trees for the Future, an organization committed to promoting agroforestry and providing renewable energy to impoverished areas. For every piece of furniture we produce, Trees for the Future plants one tree.
Trees for the Future operates in degraded and deforested regions, tackling climate change and world hunger. Farmers are trained to sustainably revitalize their land. This provides sources of food they otherwise would not have access to. Through TREES’ Forest Garden Approach, farmers plant thousands of trees that provide protection and nutrition. Their gardens and soil are restored through nitrogen fixation.
Lives Changed by TREES
This helps farmers grow a variety of fruits and vegetables. Forest Garden farmers gain increases in income and food security, even in the first year.
Learn more about the good TREES is doing at their website trees.org or follow them on social media @treesforthefuture.
As of 2009 all of our marketing materials are printed in a facility that is certified by the Forest Stewardship Council, whose mission is to promote well-managed forests by ensuring forestry practices that are environmentally responsible, socially equitable, and economically viable. Visit fscus.org for more information.