You can buy any commercial outdoor picnic tables and they might remain serviceable for a few years, but that’s not the best use of your budget. Exposure to the elements and lots of use mean you need something that’s going to last. And you want your selections to look great, too.
For the project planner who is in the market for new tables and seating for a park, business, or other commercial space, here are a few tips to help you find the right balance between looks and longevity:
Solid Construction Stays Strong for Years
Iron, steel, and fiberglass all have their pros where durability is concerned. It’s hard to find a tougher material than iron, and steel ranks high, as well. With fiberglass, you get strength and a bit of flexibility, plus it isn’t as prone to heating up in direct sunlight. All of these materials make excellent choices for outdoor picnic tables because they’ve proven themselves time and again to stand up to years of use.
All of the outdoor picnic tables that Commercial Outdoor Furniture Sales has to offer come with strength built in. For example, our Fiberglass Round Picnic Table has a thick Ultragel coating that’s both colorful and protective, and the frame steel, reinforcing X brace to keeps the table and attached legs free from wobbles.
Durable Finishes Look Great and Protect Your Investment
Iron and steel might be strong, but they can be prone to rust when left outdoors. But the right coatings seal the metal completely, which means you won’t have to worry about corrosion in even the harshest climate.
Our Oval Angle Iron Picnic Table is a great example of how tough outdoor furnishings can also be attractive and protected. At a range of 4 feet to 12 feet long, they can seat several people, and they clean up great, too. With a wire mesh-style tabletop and seats, all coated in your choice of several colorful Thermoplastic shades, and a powder coated metal base, your table won’t rust, and cleanup only requires a garden hose.