When the warm summer months are coming to a close and you start to see the leaves turn and drift to the ground, it is time to start preparing your patio furniture for winter storage. While it is always difficult to close up that umbrella and acknowledge that it is your last dinner on the patio for the season, a little planning can make sure you will be able to enjoy your patio furniture set for many years to come.
Most patio furniture is designed to withstand years of exposure to heat, rain, a little wind, and the sun. However, the harsh ice, snow, and wind that generally arrive during the winter months can dramatically shorten the life of your patio furniture. The following tips involve a little elbow grease and possibly some minimal purchases that will effectively minimize the wear and tear on your patio furniture during the winter months.
Iron is probably the most durable material when it comes to outdoor furniture. It has the ability to hold a variety of weights and sizes making it an excellent material for tables and chairs. Wrought iron patio furniture can withstand all sorts of weather elements. The luster of plastic and wicker furniture tends to fade after being subjected to harsh weather conditions. But that doesn`t happen to wrought iron since it has a low carbon content which allows the furniture to remain strong and beautiful even after undergoing adverse weather conditions. Furthermore, iron is so durable that you need not replace your outdoor furniture as often as you would if you had furniture made from a less durable material.
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