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Weathercraft Adirondack Double Seater Standard Height Tete-A-Tete with Umbrella Hole - Unfinished
$705.99
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Arrives by Dec 22 32163

Product Information

Overview
  • Dimensions: 66.5L x 36W x 36.5H in.
  • Premium-grade pressure-treated solid pine
  • Unfinished; will weather to natural patina
  • 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
Pine Wood
Delivery

Product Overview

Overview
  • Dimensions: 66.5L x 36W x 36.5H in.
  • Premium-grade pressure-treated solid pine
  • Unfinished; will weather to natural patina
  • 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

Tea, sandwiches, afternoon reading, a little lazy shade – it's all for two in the Weathercraft Adirondack Double Seater Standard Height Tete-A-Tete with Umbrella Hole – Unfinished. Crafted with premium-grade pressure-treated solid pine, 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. Unfinished, the wood will weather to a soft gray patina over time. 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. Dimensions: 66.5L x 36W x 36.5H inches. Each seat measures: 20L x 19W inches. Product weight: 88 lbs.

 

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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