“We started blogging about these incidents. I thought they were isolated and then the more I read, the more I spotted the trend. Wind chimes aren’t loud! The Chinese use them as a form of medicine. I can’t understand why people are suing one another over this,” stated Stephen Betzen of EcoWindChimes.com. “I know not everyone is going to embrace a wind chime, but if you simply take it down on a windy night, especially if you live in an apartment complex, then the problem should resolve itself. I’m honestly appalled at the amount of time and resources being used for these lawsuits.”
EcoWindChimes.com is dedicating five blogs in April to this specific topic with the hopes to “present common ground” to people who are using wind chimes as a scape goat to address personality differences. “What happened to simply asking someone to take down or move their wind chimes? There is always a positive resolution to any problem,” finished Betzen.
EcoWindChimes.com is selling Mother’s Day and even Easter celebratory wind chimes on its online store. Profits are used to benefit Kiva.org and promote American-made and sourced products within the USA.
Eco Wind Chimes was launched in 2005. The soothing products produced by Eco Wind Chimes match the company’s dedication to quality workmanship, affordability, and purposeful retail.