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Which is better: Lee Industries or Clayton Marcus sectional?

Posted by mdzimmx7 (My Page) on
Thu, Mar 4, 10 at 10:06

We're trying to replace a sectional that we've had in our family room for nearly 20 years. It's a Schnadig and has worn well through several recoverings. We found a Clayton Marcus sectional - style 3814 - that we liked a lot. We especially like their warranty. But then we took a peek at Lee Industries - 2000 series - and were impressed by the eco-values. Now, we're not sure which is the better way to go. A little concerned that Lee uses "engineered" woods in their frame. Anyone had their Lee sofa for several years? Has it worn well?


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RE: Which is better: Lee Industries or Clayton Marcus sectional?

i never heard of clayton marcus so i googled. looks like they use engineered wood as well. on paper, it looks like they are comparable to lee, although i couldn't find options for seat cushions. lee offers an array of choices in this department. good luck!

Here is a link that might be useful: clayton marcus construction


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RE: Which is better: Lee Industries or Clayton Marcus sectional?

check out wesleyhallfurniture.com comparable, to both Lee
and Clayton but a little better : )


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