Last Updated on June 20, 2022
All weather garden furniture is all the rage moving into the summer, as people look for ways they can save themselves time on boring maintenance tasks, that you have to do with alternative options like wooden outdoor furniture.
About Garden Centre Shopping UK – Weatherproof Garden Furniture
They have brought in new colours of their popular reclining garden furniture, as well as their popular Winawood™ furniture range, which now includes tea for two sets, and coffee sets.
They remain the only retailer to stock Winawood™ cushions, which have become a popular addition during this year.
According to a recent release by a spokesperson:
We’ve been looking to grow our online furniture business for a few years now, and the new range of reclining has really helped us serve an entirely new market of customers. Particularly in the commercial sectors, where we supply furniture to restaurants, parks, pubs and care homes, which have received their weatherproof furniture with great compliments.
The Maintenance Side of Garden Furniture
There has been lots of talk recently about maintaining the classic look of your garden with wooden furniture, but actually in the long run it will waste your time and money. You have to sand down, and rub oil into your wooden benches and tables every 2-3 months, which can get time-consuming and expensive if you have more than one piece of furniture.
All weather garden furniture allows you to leave it outside all year round, without needing a cover, no need to store, and no need to cover your sets. UV stabilised furniture means it will not fade, often associated with synthetic rattan furniture. And you should also look for an aluminium frame with rattan, to ensure it lasts in cold or icy weather.
Whatever you choose, try and make sure it’s either from a trusted retailer, or it has a guarantee!
Simon is a big believer in a greener eco-system, actively fighting for gardens to stay green, with plants before slabs. He works with the local community in Leeds to create communal green spaces and improve gardens around the city.