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How to choose outdoor patio Adirondack chair materials?
When it comes to choosing outdoor furniture, you want to make sure you're investing in something that's going to last. That's where Polylumber comes in. This durable, low-maintenance material is the perfect choice for your patio, deck, or backyard. But what exactly is Poly Lumber, and why is it better than other materials like wood or metal? Poly Lumber is a synthetic material made from recycled plastics, such as milk jugs and soda bottles. It's designed to look and feel like real wood, but without the drawbacks. Unlike wood, Poly Lumber won't rot, warp, or splinter, and it doesn't require staining or sealing. It's also resistant to UV rays, moisture, and insects, making it ideal for outdoor use.
But how do you choose between different types of Poly Lumber? Two common options are HIPS (High Impact Polystyrene) and HDPE (High Density Polyethylene). While both are durable and long-lasting, there are some differences to consider.
HIPS is a great choice for hot climates because it's more resistant to heat than HDPE. It won't melt and bend in extreme hot temperatures, which means it will last longer in areas with hot summers.
HDPE, on the other hand, is better suited for colder climates because it's more resistant to cold temperatures. It won't become brittle or crack in freezing temperatures, which means it will last longer in areas with harsh winters.
At our company, we offer a variety of Poly Lumber furniture options, including 4 collection of PolyTEAK (HIPS) Adirondack chairs and 7 collection of ResinTEAK (HDPE) Adirondack chairs. Our chairs are available in a range of colors and styles to suit any outdoor decor. We take pride in creating high-quality, durable furniture that our customers can enjoy for years to come.
If you have any questions about Poly Lumber or our furniture options, please don't hesitate to contact us. We're happy to help you find the perfect pieces to enhance your outdoor space.
A few years ago, I ordered the “Modern Folding Adirondack” chair (in gray) from you and it looks like you don’t carry that anymore. Is the “Heritage Folding Adirondack” chair the closest model you have if I was trying to match the chairs?
Thanks for your advice!