Outdoor furniture can come in all styles and colors. We have seen the progression over the years from aluminum framed chairs with vinyl straps to handcrafted teak outdoor furniture. Many of the styles required “elbow-grease” to say the least to keep them looking their best or to be replaced every couple of years after weathering mother natures finest. How many outdoor patio furniture owners would fold and store their furnishings to help protect it from the scorching sun, pounding rain and blistering cold winters?
The days of old have passed on. We live in a world where going green is the only option to show responsibility to the generations to come. PolyWood Outdoor Furniture offers a “wood grain” look with the durability to last a lifetime. HDPE plastic is the material used for this heavy duty, heavy weight outdoor furniture. HDPE plastic is a material made from recycled plastic bottles such as milk jugs. The recycled plastic is colored a variety of colors and then formed into typical profiles you would find in traditional lumber. The color of this polywood is through and through the furniture so fading is not an issue. It does not require sanding and oiling to keep its new, clean appearance. Simple maintenance is required for this earth friendly product. Typically, soap and water will clean your polywood outdoor furniture with ease. If a stubborn stain is persistent a bleach and water solution will quickly remedy the problem spot.
A huge selection of furniture styles are now available constructed of polywood, envirowood, permowood, dura-wood and recycled plastic lumber which are many of the names for the same great material. The Classic Adirondack style furniture of the North East is just one of the many popular options you have when shopping for polywood outdoor furniture. You can currently find Polywood adirondack chairs, gliders, benches, rockers, swings and new to the collection this season is children sized furniture.
Polywood outdoor furniture has proven to stand up to all the elements. Its heavy weight allows it to stand firm in the strongest winds. The blistering sun has proven not to be a match for the saturated color of the poly lumber – it is fade resistant. No need to drag all your polywood furniture indoors to store for the winter it is durable enough to last through the coldest winters and upon the spring thaw just rinse it off and you are ready to enjoy.