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Adirondack Chairs

Tips for Buying Adirondack Chairs and Other Patio Furniture

Tired of looking out back and not liking what you see? Do your want patio furniture that your neighbors dream about? Adirondack chairs provide classic, comfortable outdoor seating that is consistently featured by today’s trendsetting and trusted sources for outdoor furnishings. They are a simple but attractive addition to patios, lawns, and porches that fit with […]

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5 Reasons to Choose Western Red Cedar Furniture for Your Patio

  Still searching for the perfect outdoor furniture for your patio? From plastic and poly wood to oak and cedar, patio furniture is available in a wide variety of materials. Among the greatest materials, however, is western red cedar, as it offers several unique benefits that make it ideal for outdoor use. Unique, Attractive Appearance […]

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6 Fun Facts About Western Red Cedar

It’s One of the Most Common Trees in the Pacific Northwest According to Wikipedia, western red cedar is among the most common types of trees in the Pacific Northwest. Thanks to its versatility and adaptability, it’s able to grow in a wide variety of climates, ranging from an elevation of sea level all the way […]

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Choosing the Best Finish Option for your Outdoor Furniture

Unfinished or Finished with an Exterior Sealer…That is the question…   Lets start with Unfinished:   Western Red Cedar when left out in the elements will eventually turn that silvery grey color.  It will get some surface cracks (called checking) but structurally will withstand the elements.  Depending on the exposure, you should get 8-12 years […]

How to Properly Care for your Adirondack Chairs and Outdoor Furniture

I get asked this question all the time.  Customers want to know how to maintain their cedar Adirondack Chairs..and that makes sense.  You can easily add years to the life of the chairs. I always recommend, if you can, to bring them in during the winter months when not in use.  Up here in Seattle, […]