By Florence Simon. Patio Chairs. Published at Wednesday, March 28th, 2018 - 14:35:41 PM.
Smart online shopping for patio chairs, adirondack chairs, and rocking chairs, consider buying bulk. When buying patio chairs, you will need at least 4, 6, or 8 chairs, this meaning a discount from your supplier. You now are buying volume, not just one item. You will find when shopping online that suppliers are willing to waive shipping costs, or offer you a discount to keep sales moving. Email your supplier of interest, ask questions if needed. Check out the suppliers shipping page, for clarification on any shipping questions you may have. Always ask for a reasonable discount, suppliers do have limitations on what they can do. Just shopping online will give you a much better idea of what is available, and what you should be paying for your product of choice. The key to getting a discount when shopping online, is really having good researched product knowledge, so shop and compare for getting the best deals.
The Shorea and cedar are also great wood patio chairs. However, you may have to apply a protective sealer on the wood every one or two years if you want to keep it looking new. You can also purchase patio chairs with weather resistant, deep seating cushions. These cushions are known to be very comfortable and since they are weather resistant, they aid in helping the chair last longer. Consider these various factors when you are ready to purchase your chairs. Doing so will ensure you get the best chairs at the best price. You can also check out garden benches and bar stools as a way to provide seating for yourself and any guests you may have over.
But if you're not insistent on wood, there are many other materials available today that make outstanding patio chairs. If space is a real issue, consider patio chairs that stack or fold up. When not in use these can take up minimal space in a corner of your veranda, in a storage area, or against the back of your house. Stacking patio chairs can be made of plastic, aluminum, wicker, teak, and more. Folding chairs can be made of these same materials, or the frame can be built of the stronger material, with a seat and back of strong fabric, like canvas or ripstop nylon. If you live in an area where your patio chairs tend to get put away for the winter, the lighter materials work just fine.
If your patio chairs tend to get year-round use, consider wicker or wood, perhaps with a seat cushion for comfort. These tend to be a little heavier and less mobile, so you'll want to place these where they don't have to be moved around a lot. If you have a backyard firepit or fireplace, this type of patio chair makes for fabulous seating, especially if hot dog sticks are handy!
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