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Over the Summer the Chairs and Tables Luxury Teak Garden Furniture Range has featured at our leading Country Shows throughout Suffolk, and Norfolk.

The remaining opportunity to see them is August 27th at the Aylsham Show.

Discerning people across the United Kingdom who are unable to get to the Shows may still have the opportunity to peruse the range of Teak Garden Furniture every day of the week by going to the Chairs and Tables website

The top-class web site is easy to access (just click on the link above), and even easier to follow, with clearly marked options showing product grouped into Furniture Sets and also into individual product groups; tables large and small, chairs including folding and stacking chairs, steamer chairs and loungers, plus the accoutrements to make one’s outdoor space perfectly comfortable, just what one would expect from the Nations Premier Luxury Teak Garden Furniture online supplier.

Once prospective buyers have researched the alternatives making a purchase is simple, with clear instructions and advice about Delivery and Returns procedures and online Ordering advice along with the Terms and Conditions, the entire process is crystal clear and unambiguous, as one would expect.

In addition, the web page gives a good deal of biographical information, support advice and contact details – customers wishing to gain clarification by calling into the Home Base are asked to, please, call ahead first. Alternatively, email or telephone, when every attempt will be made to satisfy your enquiry.

Sadly, a website is limited in its ability to provide a touch and feel opportunity for the true quality of any product. Potential customers may wish to go to:

www.twitter.com/chairsandtables
www.facebook.com/ChairsandTablesltd
www.youtube.com/user/chairsandtablesuk

Collectively these social media platforms do present a superb look at the product in situ at the Country Shows and elsewhere allowing people to gain an understanding of the true quality of the product range i.e. it is one thing to say that a table top is 40mm thick, over 1.5 ins, but to see clear photographs showing the solid quality of the product leaves one in no doubt about its stability and reliability, and the superb finish achieved by traditional craftsmanship.

Every item of Chairs and Tables Teak Garden Furniture is crafted from solid plantation grown Grade A teakwood as only the finest will do. Using traditional carpentry methods and hand selected teakwood each piece of Luxury Teak Garden Furniture is shaped and smoothed to perfection, no sharp snags to catch on clothing or delicate skin. Teakwood is tough and weatherproof by nature and will withstand our British climate, and with some tender loving care, teak oil applied with a cloth, will look wonderful for years to come.

Outstandingly cost effective.

Chairs and Tables Teak Garden Furniture for people with excellent taste.

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The daffodils are coming out and Spring is truly on its way, as the weather improves, and the days grow warmer this is the perfect time to make plans for the Summertime.

To gain maximum advantage from the balmier days this is a good time to plan to spend as much time outdoors as possible. With Easter comes a fine opportunity for al fresco dining and with the end of school-term holidays one’s children, or grandchildren, will be able to spend time relaxing outdoors.

Whatever the occasion an exceptionally well designed professionally crafted teakwood Garden Table will facilitate just about any outdoor occasion that may come along. Teak Garden Furniture is superior in its weather resistant qualities – solid teak is the stuff of which ocean-going yachts are made – and is exceptionally robust in nature, strong and stable to coin a phrase.

A superior table set can form the focal point of any outdoor living space, and there is no reason why comfort shouldn’t be the No 1 priority. Chairs and Tables Luxury Teak Garden Furniture is available in a multitude of differing styles to attract the eye and mark them out as individual, stylish and rugged – without losing their eye appeal.

Don’t be fooled, unless the teakwood is solid it will not have the innate character and quality of the real thing, cheap softwood with a teak laminate will rot whereas solid teakwood will last a lifetime with some TLC, a spot of teak oil, and will maintain its good looks for the duration.

Chairs and Tables Luxury Teak Garden Furniture is produced using only Grade ‘A’ plantation grown timber that is harvested at just the right time to avoid knot-holes and other blemishes.

With some careful sanding, the end product is smooth to the touch with a lovely lustre.

So, which table would you choose for the centrepiece of your garden, patio, or decking? A Teak Extending Table that will accommodate eight people for dinner, or a dozen youngsters playing games?

Maybe, you would prefer a beautiful Teak Folding Table that will stow away tidily to be brought out for use? The choice is yours, many of our discerning customers have left highly complimentary feedback reviews about our products and customer service.
Not sure which table will fit the bill?

Please, Contact Chairs and Tables Teak Garden Furniture for advice. We are here to help.

The Latin name for Teak is Tectona grandis and Tectona is part of the mint family. The Teak tree is a deciduous tree common to South East Asia where it is native of Burma (Myanmar), Thailand and Indonesia. They are forest trees that can grow to 150 feet in height, they form an important part of the forest composition and are a natural home to many animal species.

Tectona, Teak is a hardwood tree that can take twenty years to reach maturity. It has been known for Teak trees to grow to as large as 2 metres in diameter, all the more damning when such magnificent trees are ripped out of their natural habitat. Historically, that is exactly what has happened because teakwood became highly valued by boat builders the world over, and latterly by furniture makers because of its hardwearing characteristics and good looks.

Plantation grown teakwood is produced to supply the vast market for this durable and serviceable timber. Responsible producers of fine teak wood for boat building and luxury garden furniture makers will only use plantation grown teak timber. This practice is intended to reduce the impact upon the rain forests by producing in a more sustainable and responsible manner. Plantation grown teak is economically viable due to the value of the wood, and plantations growing teak are springing up in Central America, plantation grown teak has exactly the same profile and weather resistance characteristics as forest grown teak.

Because teak trees have a fairly short growth profile, compared to other species that can take decades to reach maturity, it is a highly appropriate plant to grow commercially with a return on investment that is better than many.

Due to the value of teakwood many lesser manufacturers of furniture will use teak to laminate their products, whilst teak will withstand almost any weather conditions the base timber may not.

Teakwood furniture manufactured from solid teak will, however, last a lifetime and retain its good looks with a little TLC. Because of the high silica and rubber content and high density of teakwood, that is hand selected and craftsman worked, it is likely to remain in excellent condition whatever is thrown at it in terms of weather conditions, which is why teak is chosen for the decks of sailing boats and some larger vessels.

Chairs and Tables Luxury Teak Garden Furniture only use Grade ‘A’ sustainably grown plantation teak wood in the production of their high-end top quality chairs and tables, even the joints are dowel fitted to maintain the tightest possible fit, all part of making the very best product for the most discerning customers.

But why Teakwood?
Teak is a natural wood that is ideal for outside furniture because of its natural properties. Teak timber is high in natural oil and rubber content, to retain its natural patina the wood can be treated with additional oil.
Teak is a tree that grows in the wild, over centuries people have predated the teak in forests denuding them and causing havoc to wildlife habitats. Presently, sustainable teak is grown in plantations that are carefully managed in an effort to ensure that the natural forests are not despoiled. Sustainable plantation grown teak is the only teakwood that is used in the manufacture of Chairs and Tables Luxury Teak Garden Furniture.
Teakwood is a close-grained type of material making it ideal for furniture making as well as being widely used in many other sectors not least the building of fine quality boats. Teak has a silica content that allows for greater grip even when wet, and makes it highly durable even in the toughest conditions – in extremes of weather, and has a skid free surface that adds safety to its many other qualities.
In short, teakwood is the best material available for the production of top quality garden furniture because it is rot resistant, non-slip, tough as nails, and will maintain its good looks for many years to come, with a little TLC Teak Garden Furniture will look just about as good as the day it was made throughout its useful life.
Chairs and Tables Teak Luxury Garden Furniture is crafted from Grade A teak that comes directly from certified ecologically managed plantations, that has been patiently seasoned and then selected by craftsmen and made into chairs and tables et al using traditional methods including dowel formed joints for extra strength and permanence. The finishing is up to the same standard too, absolutely no splinters or sharp edges.
Selecting the ideal furniture items for one’s garden is potentially the hardest part as the range of Teak chairs, tables, and accessories, is very extensive with something for everyone. There are single items including chairs, tables, benches, steamer chairs, loungers, and children’s furniture items too, all made to the highest standards of construction and design.
Chairs and Tables Luxury Teak Garden Furniture is purpose made to grace the finest outdoor living space.

Now that the nights are drawing in and the evenings are turning a bit chilly, you’ll probably be spending less time in the garden. The mower gets oiled for the winter and stored in the shed and leaves need to be raked on a daily basis. The garden in winter seems much more about maintenance and a lot less about fun.

The winter season can also be hard on your garden furniture too. The weather is cold and wet, both of which can be detrimental to your garden furniture. Wood can split, turn green or start to root. It’s all bad news for your chairs and tables. And metal furniture fairs no better in winter, often rusting, corroding or cracking.

Of course, ideally we’d all like to bring our garden furniture inside to negate the effects of winter, but often that’s not practical. So what can we do to help preserve our wooden garden set in bad weather?

Well, the good news is that teak furniture wears rather well in inclement weather. Teak wood has special properties that make it ideal for use outdoors all year round. It’s a very oily and rubbery wood and so needs very little specific care or maintenance to ensure that it lasts for decades.

Teak wood has its origins in the tropics and is a naturally dense and sturdy wood. All of this means that it has an outstanding resistance to moisture. The natural oil helps to prevent water from seeping into the teak wood.

Grade A teak is kiln dried slowly to reduce the moisture content in the furniture. This helps to withstand the colder and drier northern European climate. This also means that teak wood can withstand a wide variety of weather conditions – rain, frost or snow. It is also immune to rotting, fungi and highly resistant to insects which may damage the timber.

Of course, you may wish to offer your teak furniture seem extra protection during the winter months and there’s no harm in this. You could use a good quality teak oil, which would help to retain the more golden colour of the teak and slow down the process whereby it turns silvery grey.

Some people choose to cover their teak furniture during the winter months. If that’s the case then ensure that you choose a breathable cover that does not trap moisture against the wood. If the wood gets no air this could result in mould spores forming.

Ultimately a good quality piece of teak furniture can last a lifetime with very little maintenance and you should feel free to continue to use it over the winter, regardless of the weather. Just make sure that you wrap up warm!

Teak is one of the most popular woods to make furniture with and for good reason; it has many qualities that make it a sound investment.

Strength

Teak is, of course, a hard wood making it strong and durable, and able to withstand both extreme heat and extreme cold.  This strength and durability makes Teak a great choice for outdoor furniture, but also for indoor furniture where is can literally last a lifetime.  If properly maintained with the correct amounts of oil and rubber, Teak furniture can appear “as new” for years.

Beauty

The grain and colour of Teak makes it a truly unique wood; it is attractive to home owners and furniture makers alike.  Outdoor Teak is often left to the elements to take on a splendid silver/grey colour, whereas indoor Teak is usually oiled so as to retain its golden hue.  Both are stunning.

Adaptable

You can use Teak anywhere and for any of your furniture needs.  Its durability, strength, colouring options and resistance to parasites and the elements make it the most adaptable of woods.  It’s water resistant and does not splinter easily; in fact it was used by shipbuilders for many years due to these properties.

In short: Teak is a sound investment!

Aesthetic pleasure comes through visual pleasure. And, one can only get the visual pleasure of the surrounding place when the ambience is good to look at. Additionally, the ambience should be good enough, in order to make you feel comfortable and relaxed.

Most of us who are picky about aesthetics; are usually taking care of their homes by decorating it to their best. Though the inside of a home is central to the enhancement of aesthetic pleasure because it is where most of the day is spent and it is also where we make our guests seated and welcomed. While this is one way to see it, the other way to see it is that a home with a connected outdoor space that you have built for recreational purposes should also be furnished.

Beauty cannot be recognized as beauty when you leave it half way through. In addition, comfort and a mood shift are important when you plan to liberate yourself through engaging yourself with the changing climate. For example, you plan to have a vacation but your budget is tight, you can make your garden a vacation spot.
Are you asking me how can you do this? It is simple. Turn your boring garden into a lively and pleasing place so that everyone who look at it once, fall for it.

Decorate your garden like you decorate your home. But, make sure that the apparent beauty you want to achieve stays there for long. Otherwise, a short-term beauty fading away every second is not beauty but an illusion.

In addition, quality should always be the first priority for you. It is not wise to spend money on something that is inexpensive lacks in quality. It will not serve your purpose (unless your purpose is to make it glamorous for a particular event only). Buying it cheap will also show it ‘cheap’. It will be a waste of your money and time.

Therefore, it is important to buy quality materials for you home, office, etc. Because when it comes to picking out furniture it is important that you pick out durable furniture that will last long.

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Furthermore, setting your home in entirety should always be your preference in general, and not for a specific reason. As time has become more fluid than ever in terms of how quick it is to run away, changes are also simultaneously on a go. For, example, shifting houses can be one of the biggest changes that you might have to encounter. And, this means that you need to sell your house or rent it maybe, so if the inside and the outside of your house both look engaging and equally beautiful to look at, there is no doubt that the client will feel aesthetically pleased and the rates also have a chance to go up. Because setting up the outdoor area of your house is not commonly paid attention to, and if your home is the one where the opposite has been done, it will add value to you home and space will look beautifully and neatly landscaped.

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