Wooden garden furniture doesn’t just look great and feel great – it has other benefits over synthetic garden furniture that you may not have considered. Wooden garden furniture made from treated timber can last for decades if it is looked after.
Preservatives are driven deeper into the surface of the timber by the pressure treatment process, ensuring that protection lasts. Of course, when the protection lasts, so does your furniture.
As time goes on, you can add further protection when it is appropriate to do so in order to further enhance the longevity of the product. Wooden garden furniture is better for the environment than plastic or its other synthetic counterparts, as responsibly sourced timber has a lower carbon footprint than other types of materials, plus it can be recycled. It’s also a completely renewable resource, further highlighting its sustainability and ethical nature.
With a rapidly increasing number of people wanting to reduce their plastic use, wooden garden furniture is an ever more appealing option for outdoor living. Wood offers versatility in aesthetics, opening up numerous design options to suit every style, whether you leave it natural, stain it or paint it.
Think about that – instead of just having to make do with whatever shade of plastic garden furniture is available, with wooden garden furniture you really can make it how you want it. Are you going for a stylish, rustic look? Stain your wooden furniture in deep, rich tones that will add a homely feel. Going for something more vibrant? Wooden garden furniture looks great painted to suit your own style.
By purchasing your treated timber or garden furniture from local merchants, you are supporting local businesses and the local economy. In addition, with the guarantee we offer, you can be confident that any issues will be dealt with quickly by experts in the field. Choosing wooden garden furniture for your own outdoor spaces doesn’t just transform your garden, it also helps the community and the wider environment as well.
If you want to know more about our timber and how it is treated, or you’d like to discuss your options for ideal garden furniture, garden sheds or other things you had in mind, get in touch with us today for a chat.