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Our Waterfall Adirondack Chairs are crafted from 1" thick Poly / Recycled plastic lumber. Our furniture is built to endure harsh weather conditions for generations without warping, rotting, cracking, splintering or the need to paint. All fasteners are stainless steel so that means no rust. With thousands of chairs built our design is a proven one. The contoured back and seats provides maximum comfort. Chairs can be built double, triple or even several units wide. They can be also be modified into a rocker or swing as well. Model 110 Folding Footrest Model 105 Footrest Custom Made RED Black Cherry Green White Weathered Cedar .
We manufacture out of a 300,000 sq. ft. facility in Stratford, ON, Canada. With up to 250 employees, our team is powered by local talent within the community. We are proud business partners with the United States, operating a U.S Distribution Center in North Carolina.
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The Adirondack chair (also called the Muskoka chair in Canada) was crafted of 11 flat wooden boards and had the classic straight-back seat and wide wooden armrests. This chair was originally designed by Thomas Lee while vacationing in Westport, New York — a small town in the Adirondack Mountains.
You post came at the perfect time, Kelly. We just had a new patio installed and I am in need of a few Adirondack chairs to go around my new fire pit! I will certainly look into Polywood! recycled furniture love: polywood - the handmade homethe handmade home says:
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Revolution was introduced to the furniture industry in March 2014. Revolution was the first PFC chemical free performance fabric to hit the marketplace and was the only one made entirely in the United States after much of the textile business went overseas in 2008. Revolution has become a go-to fabric in the interior design community, because it can be used in just about any type of project; whether it's a sectional for a multi-million dollar beach house or kitchen banquette cushions for a small family home. The cleanability and price point is perfect for clients designing on a budget.
Assembly of 1 customer-supplied Adirondack chair per product instructionsProduct should be in the room where it is to be assembled before provider arrives. Moving product after assembly is not includedCleanup work area. Take packaging to customer's bins unless customer declinesThis service does not include haul-away of products or trash
I just wanted to say thanks for putting together such a sweet deal on the chairs, they are great. I’ve already told a few friends and neighbors about your site so hopefully you’ll get some more business soon. Have a great weekend.
Thank you for your comment. Teak is a wonderful wood for outdoors and it is as durable as it is beautiful. However, teak does require regular up-keep so it’s important to keep that in mind. And the more intricate the design of the furniture, the longer it takes to do things like sand it down or apply a sealer.
Sit back and relax and look out at the quiet yard. Sink down into the Lifetime 60064 Adirondack Chair, a line of classic poly resin Adirondack chairs. These chairs, made of recycled wood pulp and poly resin, are held together with stainless steel fasteners.
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In designing this chair, I felt it was important to keep the integrity of the original chair design, with the tapered back support. Since I, and many fellow Canadian cottagers, prefer to paint our chairs in bright colours, it was also important that there was sufficient space between the folding parts, yet keeping the structural strength.