By SeMoGABErkah. Patio. At Saturday, August 04th 2018, 07:09:14 AM.
Most patio furniture is designed to withstand years of exposure to heat, rain, a little wind, and the sun. However, the harsh ice, snow, and wind that generally arrive during the winter months can dramatically shorten the life of your patio furniture. The following tips involve a little elbow grease and possibly some minimal purchases that will effectively minimize the wear and tear on your patio furniture during the winter months.
Decide how you want to use the patio. Is the patio mainly for alfresco dining or sunbathing or relaxing with a book or all three? The intended use will dictate the size and location of the patio. A patio mainly for dining is best placed where there is some shade so that diners can keep cool on warmer days and seek the sun when the weather is cooler. A patio intended mainly for sunbathing needs to be in a spot where it's sunny all day. If you want young children to safely use the patio, it needs to be somewhere you can see them from the house.
Patio furniture made with resin, which is a polypropylene substance, is resistant to fading, scratching, burning, and staining. When buying commercial outdoor furniture it is important to ensure that the grade is commercial grade and not household grade. In addition, buying the correct quantity is also important while decorating commercial patios. Commercial properties owners must buy sufficient patio sets that are adequate for all the outdoor settings. Additionally, a few extras for additional guests are recommended. However, it is not advised that commercial owners order in bulk to avail quantity discounts.