Published at Friday, January 18th, 2019 - 11:33:02 AM. garden bench. By Ansel Otto.
When the bench arrives or when you examine it at local store, check the surface for significant cracks. Cracks are a big no-no in the outdoor benches because they are exposed to water and possibly snow. Water makes cracks bigger in the concrete benches and the wooden benches quickly rot.
Depending on the stone used for the garden bench, the rate of the bench will vary. A marble stone bench costs more than a granite stone bench but the life of both types of stone benches is about the same. The choice in buying the right type of stone bench lies in the hands of the buyer. As far as possible, buy from local stone bench stores. If you see a bench you like in the catalog from another place, it would better to ask the local furniture or garden supply if they can order the bench, and thus save on the shipping costs. Who knows, the local store may deal with the same wholesalers and order the bench for you!
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