Homecrest Windgate Cast Oval Balcony Height Patio Dining TableItem#: HN-HMO171
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$2,395.00 to $2,795.00
The Homecrest Windgate Cast Round Patio Dining Table brings open-air serenity to your next outdoor get-together. The cast aluminum tabletop features a basket-weave pattern, and the durable aluminum frame comes in your choice of 10 different finishes. The dining table also has an umbrella hole for optional shade. Large: 94L x 40W x 34.5 inches. Small: 76L x 40W x 34.5H inches.
The Homecrest brand was founded in 1953 as the offspring of a retail furniture shop in Wadena, Minnesota when Mert Bottemiller and Al Engelmann set out to offer the market a better ottoman than those offered by their competitors. This venture soon led to their first line of patio furniture, and in 1956, Bottemiller patented the swivel rocker mechanism that is still a central part of the products they produce today from their plant in Minnesota. For almost 60 years the Homecrest brand has been the go-to name for quality outdoor furniture when customers want a sophisticated, versatile style that complements their interior décor and expands their lifestyles outside.
Dimensions & Specifications
76L x 40W x 34.5H in., 94L x 40W x 34.5H in.
Frame Color, Table Size, 40 x 76 in., 40 x 94 in.
Cast table tops should be cleaned on a regular basis with mild soap and water using a sponge or rag. A clear liquid automotive wax may be applied 1-2 times a year to protect the finish. If the finished becomes scratched or chipped, sand the affected area lightly with a fine steel wool. Wipe clean, and paint with multiple thin coats, allowing ample dry time in between.
Aluminum frames can be cleaned by simply washing or spraying down the frame with clear water or mild soap and water to remove dust, pollens, chemicals, salt water, dirt, etc. Avoid abrasive cleaners and power washers. To maintain the finish, apply a coat of clear liquid car wax at least once a year.
Do not store items upside down, especially if your area experiences freezing conditions. Moisture can accumulate in the frames and when frozen, can crack, distort, or brake the frame tubing.