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Teak Garden Bench 162

Teak Garden Bench 162

Summary:

This teak garden bench is available as either a 2 seater (approximately 4' wide) or a 3 seater (approximately 5' wide) and features solid teak with morticed and tenoned joints and a traditional design. The seat is curved for greater comfort. This bench is supplied partly assembled with slatted seat and back panels for easy self assembly. Teak is the most durable wood used for garden furniture. The picture shows the standard 5ft wide 3 seater bench.

Prices fixed until Wednesday 17th January.

Summary:

This teak garden bench is available as either a 2 seater (approximately 4' wide) or a 3 seater (approximately 5' wide) and features solid teak with morticed and tenoned joints and a traditional design. The seat is curved for greater comfort. This bench is supplied partly assembled with slatted seat and back panels for easy self assembly. Teak is the most durable wood used for garden furniture. The picture shows the standard 5ft wide 3 seater bench.

Prices fixed until Wednesday 17th January.

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  • Teak bench with traditional slatted seats and back
  • Height approximately 2'10" (860mm)
  • Depth approximately 1'10" (550mm)
  • Width approximately 3'11" or 4'11" (1200mm or 1500mm)
  • Prefabricated pieces for simple assembly

TEAK: Teak is the most durable and attractive hardwood used for garden furniture. A single coat of preservative has been applied at the factory but you can stain or paint this furniture at any time. Some variation in colour is not unusual with lighter and darker areas. For the best finish, a top coat is recommended. If untreated, it fades to an attractive silver grey colour. Regular treatment is not essential although preservatives such as teak oil can be applied to help restore the original colour. Teak is a dense timber with a regular close grain. The high concentration of natural oils makes teak highly resistant to decay and repellent to insects. Teak garden furniture has earned a well deserved reputation for unrivalled durability.

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