With summer just around the corner, many of us are preparing our outdoor spaces for the upcoming season. While your patio, lawn and garden may require some cleaning, trimming and planting, your outdoor furniture should receive an equal amount of attention. If you have purchased a set of high quality outdoor furniture you have made a sizable investment. The following tips will not only help you to spruce up your furniture for the summer but also help protect your investment and make sure you get the most out of your patio furniture.
Certainly, the component of almost any piece of patio furniture that is most vulnerable to the harsh elements is the cushion or sling material. This creates a major concern for most people when choosing patio furniture, and rightly so. There’s nothing worse than spending your hard earned money on a low quality product that begins to break down and fall apart after only a few years.
After spending the winter season under cover, or perhaps even exposed to the elements, your outdoor patio furniture may need a little extra care and attention to get it ready for outdoor entertaining again. Here are five quick, simple and inexpensive tips to help rejuvinate your outdoor patio furniture and spaces.
Wrought iron patio furniture has a reputation of being an expensive option in outdoor living, and sometimes it can be when compared to in-expensive alternatives such as plastic, synthetic wicker or aluminum. But there are a number of benefits to wrought iron that you should consider when selecting a material for your patio or outdoor furniture. Here's a quick list of our top 5 reasons wrought iron outdoor furniture is worth the investment.
Outdoor patio furniture covers are a great solution to keep your outdoor patio furniture in tip top shape. Once you've made an investment in the perfect patio furniture, you don't want it to become dirty or damaged. Outdoor patio furniture covers will not only keep your furniture looking clean, it can also extend the life of your furniture by protecting it from the elements. Extreme weather, dirt and dust can cause your outdoor patio furniture to dull and crack, even if the furniture is made of weather-resistant materials.