Sunday, April 5, 2009

Outdoor Cedar Furniture

Spring is coming and it is a great time to get outdoor furniture so that it can be enjoyed all summer long. We have a great selection of Cedar furniture from a company that is dedicated to quality. They believe in their products enough to give a full five year warranty on them. Cedar is the perfect choice for outdoor living because it is naturally resistant to rot and insects, and has a great log furniture look. These pieces come unfinished so that you can choose the stain that is best for your particualr circumstances, or you can let it turn to a nice silver gray color, naturally. We've got tables, chairs, benches, lounge chairs, adirondack chairs and more. In addition you can choose Cedar for your indoor needs as well, for any room in the house. The pricing is great, for furniture that will last for many years. I remember my family bought some cedar furniture when I was young, and some of those pieces are still around. I can't say they were properly cared for either. It has probably been close to thirty years since those items were purchased! Now if that is not a good value then I don't know what is. If you figured out a cost per year on those items it would be a pretty tiny number. The Cedar furniture is not fully assembled so that the shipping is easier and less expensive. You only need a few tools and a little time to put them together. If you purchase from the gallery,in our local area, we offer staining, assembly and delivery for an addtional charge. Cedar furniture is an excellent choice for outdoors. We've probably all had outdoor furniture made from pine or some other wood that just doesn't last. Why get something that is only going to last a few years?
If you are looking for a different appearance then check out our extensive selection of Hickory outdoor furniture, or our line of recalimed Teak. Visit our showroom to see all the great outdoor options or visit us online at http://www.rusticfurnituregallery.com/
The great weather is coming so get ready. Happy Spring!

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