What makes furniture all weather or weatherproof?
Whether or not your garden furniture is resistant to all weathers it dependent on the material it's made from. For example, the difference between steel and aluminium. Aluminium doesn't rust, and therefore is the material we use in all of our rattan furniture. However many cheaper companies, particularly supermarkets (Asda, Tesco) or chain stores (B&Q, Homebase), often use steel as a cheap replacement, meaning their furniture will end up rusting and falling apart.
Why choose it?
It's better to spend the money on premium quality, and not have to worry about falling through some rusty furniture in 6 months time!
Which types do you stock online?
We also stock a range of Winawood™, which has been especially manufactured to look and feel like wood, but carry all of the properties of a man made product. It doesn't rot, warp or go brittle due to the weather, and will last for many years, partly why it has a 3 year guarantee included as standard. Choosing Waterproof is perfect for the harsh British weather!
If you have any questions about our range, please feel free to contact us, we are available 7 days a week by phone or email.
This is a type of furniture that's similar in appearance to natural rattan, but has the added benefit of being man made, and so is much more durable. It also comes complete with cushions, which make it extra comfy.
What makes rattan all weather?
This wicker is made with UV stabilisers, which creates a barrier to the suns UV rays, to prevent the woven rattan from rotting, fading or warping when left outside for long periods. This means you can leave it outside without worrying! For more information on our rattan furniture click here.
What type of rattan do you stock?
We have a range of rattan chairs, rattan sofas, and rattan dining sets available, allowing you to leave them outside all year round. You simply need to store the cushions indoors to avoid them getting dirty or wet. They can be cleaned using a jet washer, which helps remove any dust or dirt between the hand woven threads.
Last edited by Matt, on the 26th April 2017, who also edited the homepage, reclining, Winawood, rattan, and commercial pages.