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Weathercraft Adirondack Double Seater Standard Height Tete-A-Tete with Umbrella Hole - Painted
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Product Information

Overview
  • Dimensions: 66.5L x 36W x 36.5H in.
  • Premium-grade pressure-treated solid pine
  • Choose from available painted finishes
  • Galvanized and coated hardware for weather-resistance
  • 2 attached chairs
Specifications
Dimensions
66.5L x 36W x 36.5H in.
Weight
88 lbs.
Material
Wood
Delivery

Product Overview

Overview
  • Dimensions: 66.5L x 36W x 36.5H in.
  • Premium-grade pressure-treated solid pine
  • Choose from available painted finishes
  • Galvanized and coated hardware for weather-resistance
  • 2 attached chairs
  • 1-5/8 umbrella hole in center table
  • Ships 95% factory assembled
What's Included
Bench
Description

You and yours can lean back for a bit of bright – and shaded – relaxation in the Weathercraft Adirondack Double Seater Standard Height Tete-A-Tete with Umbrella Hole - Painted. Crafted with premium-grade pressure-treated wood, this one-piece, two-seater Adirondack design hosts two with a little table in between. A 1-5/8-inch umbrella hole is built into the central table, too, so a cozy pair can add shade with ease. A coat of paint helps guard against the elements – choose from the available bright hues. Galvanized bolts, washers, nuts, and brad nails – plus specially coated screws – will withstand weather over time, too. Ships 95% factory assembled; just reattach the back with eight screws.

Wood used for Weathercraft Furniture has been chemically pressure treated and then completely dried. We use a Sherwin-Williams commercial latex-based paints. This paint called Superdeck-Duckback which has a matte finish and has been specifically engineered for use on pressure treated wood. This paint also has natural block sealers in the paint to help retard residue or small knots from leaching through... although when exposed to the exterior elements, you may still see sporadic knot shadows.

made in the U.S.A.
About Weathercraft

Just two people started Weathercraft Furniture in 1988, but out of their small North Carolina garage grew a flourishing outdoor furniture business that today fills an 8,000-square-foot manufacturing plant. Customer service and satisfaction are Weathercraft's focus, evident in the high-quality materials and careful construction used to create the company's signature Adirondack chairs. The lumber used is kiln-dried, reducing instances of cracking and making it ideal for natural weathering.

Just two people started Weathercraft Furniture in 1988, but out of their small North Carolina garage grew a flourishing outdoor furniture business that today fills an 8,000-square-foot manufacturing plant. Customer service and satisfaction are Weathercraft's focus, evident in the high-quality materials and careful construction used to create the company's signature Adirondack chairs. The lumber used is kiln-dried, reducing instances of cracking and making it ideal for natural weathering.

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