Hardwood Garden Furniture
Wood garden furniture is incredibly popular, and whilst it is not the most practical or weatherproof material for garden furniture it is still a stylish solution for lots of gardens. Teak, Iroko, Eucalyptus and many other types of hardwood garden furniture are used for wooden benches, picnic benches and wooden dining sets.
In order to get the most out of your wooden furniture, you should first ensure you only purchase high-quality timber sourced from trusted merchants and manufacturers as well as fully accredited and approved by the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) as this helps to ensure quality and sustainability every step of the way.
Next up you need to be prepared to look after the furniture. Wooden furniture can last upward of 20 years if treated correctly, however, it does need regular treatment such as regular cleaning and applying touch up, protective paint to prevent fading and discolouration.
Plus, as wooden furniture is not fully weatherproof and will rot when exposed to damp conditions, it does need to be stored indoors during long periods of bad weather and little use, such as winter.
To properly care for your wooden garden furniture following the winter period we recommend following the top tips laid out on this page. Caring for your wooden furniture is worth it because wood furniture can be pricey and therefore you really want to get the maximum life out of this furniture.
If you require any advice or assistance choosing the perfect wood garden furniture for your garden or patio, please don’t hesitate to call our sales team or visit our showroom in Wickford, Essex. White Stores are open every day, including weekends, throughout the year.