POLYWOOD: Why We Chose Recycled Plastic Outdoor Furniture

POLYWOOD: Why We Chose Recycled Plastic Outdoor Furniture

Classic & Modern Styles

POLYWOOD'S Quattro dining collection, a blend of classic Adirondack style and modern aesthetic. Dining sets shown in standard height and bar style.

Ten years ago customers began asking us to carry outdoor furniture. We looked at dozens of top quality brands. We knew you'd want great design & styling. POLYWOOD recycled plastic outdoor furniture certainly passed that test. But there are many more reasons we chose this beautiful, eco-friendly furniture. Here are a few:

Traditional & Vibrant Modern Colors

POLYWOOD recycled plastic outdoor furniture. Adirondack chairs in bright, bold colors.
Customers asked for bold, bright color options. POLYWOOD is available in all your favorite traditional and contemporary colors, including blue, teak, tangerine, red, sand, mahogany, lime, lemon yellow, green, black, aruba blue, slate grey and white.

Quality & Durability

Adirondack chairs in orange & other bright, bold colors. POLYWOOD recycled plastic outdoor furniture.
As wood furniture makers, we were looking for a real solid wood product. But while there are weather resistant species such as cedar, teak, and redwood that make fine outdoor furniture, we still worried about longevity and durability. POLYWOOD recycled plastic lumber (RPL) is a thick, dense plastic product that replicates high quality tropical lumber in dimension, weight and strength. These POLYWOOD Adirondack chairs are cut and assembled just like the wood versions with the only difference being the use of RPL, “recycled plastic lumber”. They last longer than teak or mahogany -- in fact so long we decided to provide our lifetime guarantee on POLYWOOD.

American Made & Eco Friendly

Bayline dining set, counter height set and bar set. POLYWOOD recycled plastic outdoor furniture.
POLYWOOD is made in America (Syracuse, IN) so it's the only product we carry that's not made in Vermont. It's so exceptional though, we couldn't resist. POLYWOOD is made from recycled plastic bottles and for a mission driven company like us, that's important. It reduces the amount of plastic in landfills. POLYWOOD puts less demand on vulnerable tropical rainforests that are being clear cut to produce low quality teak & eucalyptus furniture.

No Maintenance & Lifetime Guarantee

Vinyard 60" swing. White, black, sand, green, mahogany & teak colors. POLYWOOD recycled plastic outdoor furniture.

POLYWOOD recycled plastic outdoor furniture requires no maintenance other than simply washing with water. It's basically impervious to harsh weather like rain, snow, ice, and salt water. Insects, mold and mildew are not a problem. POLYWOOD resists corrosive substances, oil and fuels, insects, salt water spray, and other environmental stresses. It contains no toxic preservatives like treated wood lumber does. It's the only outdoor furniture we could find that gave us the confidence to offer our lifetime guarantee. We are the only POLYWOOD dealer offering this level of buyer protection, in fact other retailers often add substantial charges for even limited warranties.

Plush Club Style Deep Seating Patio Furniture

Deep Seating Patio Furniture. Club Furniture. POLYWOOD Recycled Plastic Outdoor Furniture

POLYWOOD has a luxurious side too. These outdoor patio deep seating chairs, sofas, settees, loveseats and ottomans have plush cushions and are super comfy, durable and low-maintenance. Cushions are by Sunbrella with a large selection of durable marine grade fabric cushions. Forest green, pacific blue, sunflower yellow and bravada salsa are just a few of the many fabric colors to choose from. They're weather resistant, quick drying & stain and fade resistant.

Non Toxic Kids Furniture

Kids & Children's Furniture. Adirondack chairs, picnic table, craft table. POLYWOOD Recycled Plastic Outdoor Furniture

POLYWOOD's indoor-outdoor kids all weather furniture collection includes these pint-sized Adirondack chairs and picnic tables & a craft table. They were rated best in quality, health and safety for outdoor childrens' furniture.

Adirondack Chairs Galore

Classic Adirondack chairs. Blue, green & many bright colors. POLYWOOD Recycled Plastic Outdoor Furniture
Here's a Polywood Adirondack chair comparison chart that shows the difference in model numbers, width, height, weight & color availability of their 10 different styles. Click on the "Learn More" button to view the chart, then scroll to compare diagrams and dimensions.

Dining, Bar & Counter Height Tables & Chairs

Quattro Bar tables & chairs. Counter height and dining sets too. POLYWOOD Recycled Plastic Outdoor Furniture
Most POLYWOOD dining sets come in your choice of standard height, counter height and bar height. What's the difference between dining, bar and counter seating? The seat height in a dining chair is typically 17"H. The seat height of the counter chair and stool is 24-25"H. In a bar chair or bar stool it's 29-30"H. The taller bar chair usually has an extra crossbar that can serve as a footrest.

Low Price Guarantee

Outdoor deep seating club chairs, love seats, sofas. Sunbrella fabric. POLYWOOD Recycled Plastic Outdoor Furniture
Polywood is a top quality product that's made in America. We're so confident it will last, that we guarantee it for a lifetime. That kind of quality carries a premium but here you can be sure you're getting the best online price available. If you find POLYWOOD for less on a competitor's website, give us a call.

POLYWOOD Reduces Ocean Plastic Pollution

Ocean Plastic Pollution is a huge environmental problem and we wanted to play our small part in solving it. That too helped us make the decision to carry this eco friendly product. Our friends at the Sustainable Jungle have even more reasons to get excited about how Recycled Plastic Outdoor Furniture Can Green Up Your Backyard.

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Peggy Farabaugh

She is a CEO who brakes for salamanders, has bottle-fed rescued squirrels and spent her vacation building furniture for a rural school in Costa Rica. She believes in the future and in the people who will build it. A former distance-learning professor at Tulane University with a master’s in environmental health & safety, she turned an interest in forest conservation and endangered species into a growing, local business. She delivers rainforest statistics at breakneck speed, but knows how to slow down and appreciate the beauty of a newly finished piece of heirloom furniture.

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