By Maxence Boutin. Patio Chairs. Published at Wednesday, March 21st, 2018 - 10:16:50 AM.
Chairs, whether wood, wrought iron, wicker or plastic, enhance the patio but in the long run prove costly due to maintenance. Patio Chair Covers should be selected on the basis of durability, fitness and quality. Another important factor is that fabric should stay cool and resist moisture, to save chair and cover from mold and mildew. Imagine the embarrassment of a wet dress or pants once you get up from a chair left out at night.
Some types of wood are more weather-resistant than others, though all of them tend to be more expensive than more common types of wood. Teak is a good option, as is cypress. Both of these are slow-growing hardwoods, and their price reflects it. Cedar can be a less expensive option than teak or cypress-just realize that you'll have to refinish it a little more often. Wooden patio chairs can be built from any type of wood, of course. So long as a good, sturdy finish is applied, oak, pine or redwood make wonderful patio chairs, especially if you live away from a marine environment.
There are hundreds of plastic patio chairs being sold today. They come in a variety of styles, patterns and colors. The following are just a handful of what can be found in your local big box store, specialty store or on the internet. Plastic Adirondack chairs are a great alternative to the real wood Adirondack chairs. They are weather resistant and low maintenance. They do not have to be treated like real wood Adirondack chairs. And because they are so affordable, they can be easily replaced.
When it comes to picking out patio chairs for your patio, you must first take into consideration the amount of space you have on your patio. If you have a limited amount of space, you should go with the folding or stacking chairs. On the other hand, if you have quite a bit of space, you can go with the side chairs and arm chairs. Understanding these factors will help you get the style of chair that is perfect for your patio. Nothing is worse than an over crowded patio.
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