Published at Monday, July 30th 2018. by Nell Contreras in Patio Table.
Patio tables can go anywhere, from poolside to the garden and they come in all sizes and shapes.
It is very important to realize that not all types of materials will last forever. Also different materials may require different levels of care. For example, wicker furniture should generally never be left out in the elements unless it is treated or painted with a moisture resistant material. Metal may be alright to leave out in the rain if it is of a kind that will not rust. Redwood furniture is very durable, even in the rain, but some other types of wood may not last as long if they are left out. Just be sure to read the care instructions that are typically included with the tables. You can also ask an expert at the retailer where you purchased the furniture.
Few will argue that wood is a classic choice and a good one, too. Northern white cedar and red cedar remain popular, but teak patio tables are both striking and long lasting.
Cast aluminum is another good choice for patio tables. In many respects, the designs can mirror the artistry of wrought iron, but have the added advantage of being lighter and easier to care for, since aluminum doesn't rust.
In many cases, you can even get a style in different materials. Each material has its own advantages and disadvantages.
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