Alfresco Home expands headquarters and distribution facilities

Facility expands 35,000 square feet


To help meet the growing demand for its outdoor living collections of casual furniture and accessories, Alfresco Home has moved to a new office and showroom in King of Prussia, Pa., and also has increased its distribution facility from 15,000 square feet to 50,000 square feet.

“Servicing our customer’s needs is always our top priority,” Alfresco Home President Joseph Cilio said. “Our new office and showroom facility will surely enable us to continue providing top-notch sales and customer service. We will be adding staff at the same time to support demand. The new distribution facility gives us the space to properly manage and expedite customer orders in a timely fashion.  We also look forward to building our retailer relationships as we continue to bring fresh products to the marketplace.”

Alfresco Home also will be launching a number of new products during the upcoming trade show season including numerous collections of all-weather wicker dining and deep seating furniture as well as new marble mosaic dining, bistro and accessory collections. Additions to its entertaining elements and patio accents are also planned.

For more information, call Alfresco Home’s new phone number at 610-731-0440 or visit The new fax number is 610-731-0441

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