5 Reasons You Should Choose Poly Outdoor Furniture

  1. It’s low maintenance! Poly outdoor furniture requires very minimal maintenance, especially in comparison to many other types of outdoor furniture. You won’t find yourself needing to repaint or reseal your poly furniture in order for it to maintain it’s lovely, new appearance. You won’t need to sand down splintery sections or wash it once a week. The only thing you need to do is a light periodic cleaning, just to keep any dirt and debris from sitting on the durable surface of your furniture!
  2. It isn’t easily damaged! Poly furniture is a heavy-duty, durable material that won’t get swept away in a gust of wind, and it won’t splinter or rot like your traditional wood furniture will. Poly furniture also is much more resistant to any sort of scratching or denting than most other materials, and you won’t have to worry about it rusting away after getting wet. One thing to keep in mind is that high heat can impact your furniture since it will eventually melt the materials, so keep your furniture at a reasonable distance from your fire pit and avoid placing a candle or hot cup of coffee directly on the poly furniture.
  3. It’s colorful! Casual Comfort sells a wide variety of color options for your poly furniture. Choose between bright, beachy colors, to toned down, earthy hues, to a more natural finish resembling wood. No matter what you choose, your poly furniture is sure to accentuate your outdoor space and will add a wonderful accent to your home!
  4. It’s versatile! Choose from a variety of furniture styles to get the look that truly compliments your space. Our Oceanside collection is very popular for the coastal locations, and we are always excited to see our chairs lined up along the beach or on a lake house deck! Our new Simplicity Collection is gaining popularity through its no-frills, straightforward design, while our marina collection has been a staple as it boasts a unique woven-back look!
  5. It’s eco-friendly! Poly furniture is made with recycled material, often post-consumer bottle waste. When you purchase furniture made with poly lumber, you can rest easy knowing that you are not contributing to deforestation; rather, the materials used for your furniture is actually recycled materials!