When it comes to outdoor furniture, nothing could be more popular than teak furniture. They are by far the most favored outdoor furniture by so many homeowners. Let’s find out its distinguishing characteristics and the underlying pros and cons of buying and using this type of outdoor furnishing.
Teak furniture scores A-plus when it comes to durability. The teak lumbers they are made from are superbly constructed by nature to have very tight wood grains. This enables the teak wood furniture to withstand great stresses and heavy loads. Well, of course, if it’s seating for people and only food items are placed on top of table surfaces then perhaps all different outdoor material types will survive. But durability isn’t just about supporting heavy loads. It also speaks of longer-lasting quality. With teak patio furniture, the wood grains are not only weaved tight, they are also rich in natural oils. This makes them able to repel moisture from seeping in to prevent rotting and it also drives away termites and pests that can gnaw in its wood making them last for generations.
Another advantage of teak patio furniture is style. Only highly-skilled craftsmen handle pricey teak lumber material, hence, every piece produced exudes unparalleled elegance and beauty. The teak pieces also have beautiful natural finish in golden hue. What is more interesting is that they require little maintenance or virtually none at all. You can leave your teak chairs or tables outdoors and they will turn to a silver patina over time giving them a very unique weathered look.
With all these pros for the teak furnishing, you probably would think there’s no disadvantage pinned to them. Well, you’re wrong. It all boils down to the price. Not all homeowners are able to afford their thousand dollar price. Many would have wished for a teak chair or table in their yard but the scarcity of the material used to make this beautiful piece of furniture makes it a far-fetched dream for some.