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Teak Advantage #1 – Stylish
If you’re looking for an extravagant luxurious classic/historical type of garden furniture style, look no further than Teak types of garden furniture. To keep the original color, all you have to do is use Teak oil annually. Or, if you prefer, allow the color to change naturally over time. With so many finish choices, there is sure to be at least one shade and style to suit your garden furniture needs.
Teak Advantage #2 – Waterproof
After ships were decommissioned, the boats made with Teak material were still salvageable, since Teak did not rot or rust, even when joined with metal. This is one of the reasons that Teak is such a great material used to make garden furniture. So, if Teak could survive long trips on the harsh ocean, imagine how well it will stand up in your garden—without rusting or rotting! These waterproofing advantages are what make Teak type garden furniture an exceptional choice for your garden furniture.
Teak Advantage #3 – Low Maintenance
Garden furniture can be extremely high maintenance. Some materials attract dirt and grime more than others – not Teak type hardwoods. They're very low maintenance, making Teak type hardwood garden furniture a great buy.
Teak Advantage #4 – Durable and Strong
Teak type hardwoods have many advantages over other materials used to make patio furniture. The first and most significant advantage is that Teak type hardwoods are a strong, durable, sustainable and beautiful hardwood from India, South America, Thailand & Malaysia. This exotic material was first used in the Middle Ages as a shipbuilding material, so it was well proven to be durable to endure the long voyages.
Teak Advantage #5 – Long-lasting
Since most people can’t afford to buy new garden furniture each year, another distinct advantage of Teak type garden furniture over garden furniture made from other materials is that it is extremely long-lasting. Teak garden furniture is so strong that it can stand the test of time (50-75 years), making it extremely cost-effective.