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Harmonizing Beauty & Sustainability with Eco-Friendly Craftsmanship


Recycled Paper Packaging

Woodstock Chimes is dedicated to producing beautiful and sustainable wind chimes that resonate with the harmony of nature. One of the standout features of our products is the use of recycled paper for packaging. This commitment to sustainability ensures that every step of the process, from production to delivery, minimizes environmental impact. By choosing recycled paper packaging, Woodstock Chimes not only reduces waste but also supports the recycling industry, promoting a more circular economy.

Recycled Aluminum

The chimes themselves are crafted from recycled aluminum, showcasing Woodstock Chimes' dedication to repurposing materials and reducing the need for new raw resources. This approach not only conserves energy but also decreases the overall carbon footprint associated with aluminum production. The use of recycled aluminum does not compromise the quality of the chimes; instead, it enhances their appeal by embodying a responsible and eco-friendly ethos.

Recycled Aluminum

North American Ash Wood

Woodstock Chimes also emphasizes the use of North American ash wood sourced from managed forests in New England and Canada. These forests are maintained with sustainable practices, ensuring that the wood is harvested in a manner that promotes forest health and biodiversity. The ash wood is treated with a water-based, weather-protected finish, safeguarding the chimes against the elements while remaining environmentally friendly. This finish highlights the natural beauty of the wood and ensures the longevity of the chimes in various weather conditions.


Proprietary E-Finish

Furthermore, Woodstock Chimes utilizes a proprietary e-finish for our chime tubes, a process that practically eliminates the need for anodizing aluminum. This innovative finish provides a durable and attractive coating that enhances the acoustic properties of the chimes while reducing the environmental impact associated with traditional anodizing processes. The result is a product that not only sounds beautiful but also aligns with contemporary environmental standards.