So the first thing to do before going out to look for patio furniture and getting all sort of ideas, is to picture your patio furniture and to think about what kind of special needs do you have. The climate in your area is very important for the type of material you will want to have, so you will need to think about the weather, is it very humid, does it rain a lot, is there a lot of sand flying around in the summer or do you have a lot of birds in your garden can all be very important questions for you.
Rattan is a more affordable building material compared to iron and teak. By nature, it is a very tough material. Only with intense heating can it be used as a material for creating furniture. It is flexible enough to take on any shape. Usually, rattan is used with iron, wood or plastic. These materials serve as the solid frame for the cane. The cane is bent over and around these frames, and when cooled, takes on the shape and form of the frame. As rattan is abundantly available, the cost of producing such furniture is low. Hence, it's easier for furniture retailers to make a good profit from such furniture.
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.
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