Published at Saturday, January 26th, 2019 - 17:19:46 PM. garden bench. By Amell Kaiser.
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.
The thing to keep in mind while buying a garden bench is the needs of the owner who is buying the bench. Of the materials used for making these benches wood and stone are most common. Among wood, the pine, cedar and teak tree is of most common usage. But think of the climate and the location where the bench is to be placed while choosing the kind of wood that is to be used. If the seating plan is in open space and the climate of the area is cold and rainy then the more durable wood like cedar should be used.
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