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By: T. Houser

Patio furniture or garden furniture is furniture made specifically for outdoor use. It should be made of weather resistant material. Some of the materials used today for patio furniture include stone, metal, vinyl, plastic, glass, and treated woods. Patio furniture consisting of a table, four chairs and a large sun umbrella is the most common patio set. Some sets include a long chair known as a chaise lounge.


Patio furniture made of wood is quite versatile. With or without cushions is how wood patio furniture is used. There are many different types of wood frames to choose. Here are most types of wood used for patio furniture: pine, oak, cypress, teak, mahogany, cedar, maple, birch and beech, as well as a number of exotic hardwoods. You can paint, oil or stain wood. Some wood like teak can be almost carefree if you allow it to weather to a beautiful silver-grey color. You must re-oil, re-stain or repaint your wood patio furniture from time to time.


Teak wood is the most durable, stable and beautiful wood used for patio furniture. Grade A teak means you will not find knotholes or cracks in the wood. Kiln-dried means your teak patio furniture is dry to the core, with a moisture content of 12% to 15%, which means it will not shrink, slip or move. Machine made means that you can rely on the quality and consistency of the furniture construction.


Teak has a much greater ability to withstand the elements than any other wood due to its natural oils. It has been the preferred choice for boats because of its ability to withstand the elements. Teak wood is valued in warm countries primarily for its extraordinary durability. Teak wood is a valuable resource for its countries of origin because of its long life along with its durability and reliability.


Teak wood is not just for high-end patio furniture. It can also be for shipbuilding, door and window frames, wharves, bridges, flooring, paneling, and Venetian blinds. Teak refers specifically to the wood and its characteristic color, which ranges from olive to yellowish gray or light brown. Teak furniture dates back prior to the 19th century. The Chinese exported Teak to Europe.


Patio furniture is available at many different locations nowadays. Be careful when making your purchase. There is a lot of cheap poorly made patio furniture sold, so do your homework!


If you would like your outdoor furniture made of wood then research Teak wood and compare it to other types of wood patio furniture. Remember, Teak wood patio furniture is the most durable and weather resistant wood you can have for patio furniture.

Thomas D. Houser
http://www.teakwoodpatio.com


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