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Teak Patio Furniture

The teak used in our garden furniture is responsibly sourced from sustainably managed forests. Fewer and fewer garden sets are constructed entirely from teak, although it is commonly used for benches, most are combined with other more contemporary materials, such as aluminium, steel and resin weave. Sets constructed entirely from teak tend to suit a more traditional garden style but the teak/metal combinations are more suited to a clean modern outdoor room style. The teak can be treated with a dedicated treatment to maintain it’s rich brown or can be left to weather and it will turn to a lovely silvery grey. Roble and cornis wood benches are available if you want an alternative to teak. There is a huge range of teak furniture available from single seats and sun loungers to huge dining tables capable of seating up to 14 people. In recent years resin weave, brushed steel, coated aluminium and Textaline have taken over from wooden furniture as they retain their pristine condition for much longer and are so much lighter to move around the garden.

Teak Patio Furniture
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Keith Laird
Buying Director
Keith is a Director of Hayes and is responsible for all the products on the shop floor and forging strong ties with our suppliers. He has spent almost all his career, from being a teenager, working at Hayes Garden World, approximately 35 years. The majority of his Hayes career spent as Team Leader of the Garden Furniture Department. As such he has profound knowledge of Hayes customers and can always predict the latest garden trends and which garden furniture our customers will find the most appealing. He has been the chief furniture buyer for several years; at the heart of his buying strategy is quality and value for money. He was the head of the Tillington garden centres buying consortium, responsible for sourcing competitively priced garden furniture while maintaining the quality our customers have grown to expect. Keith has forged close ties with the suppliers and as such we have only taken on board those which we can completely depend on to provide a top class service. We source our furniture not only from the UK but also Europe and Asia. The suppliers we deal with are all respected in their field for their outstanding quality and customer service, value for money and up to the minute design. Many of our suppliers are regular exhibitors at the Chelsea Flower Show which has a reputation for featuring the world’s best products and services. As such have built up a reputation that means as soon as you hear their name you know you can depend 100% on your garden furniture. We have such faith in our furniture that we extend the manufacturer’s guarantee for a further one or two years.

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Frequently Asked Questions

This depends upon how you want the teak to look, if you like the silvery weathered look then you need do nothing at all. However to retain it's original rich colour you will need to use a treatment every 2 - 3 years.
The teak comes from sustainable managed forests which benefits the environment and the local tribes which depend upon the forests for their existence. This naturally is much more labour extensive than managing a monoculture plantation and as such costs have to passed on down the retail chain. 
All our furniture carries at least 12 months warranty with several models having a 2 year guarantee. This covers any defects in construction or materials; it does not cover damage sustained during adverse weather conditions. If you do encounter problems just call our Customer Services team who will be happy to help. 

Teak Patio Garden Furniture Buyers Guide

Hayes Garden World are one of north west England’s largest stockists of outdoor garden furniture, our range of teak garden furniture covers everything from a single swing seat to a 14-seater dining set.  Our outdoor furniture is sourced by our buyers Keith Laird and Ian Hodgett, who have over 50 years’ experience in the outdoor leisure sector and travel extensively to source only the very best quality benches. The teak garden furniture is sourced from the most respected suppliers both here in the UK and Europe from sustainably managed forests. Hayes have been trading over 200 years, all the while maintaining the very best standards in the industry, so you can be assured you can buy with complete confidence in the quality of the goods and receive a high professional standard of service. Teak garden furniture is generally more suited to a more traditional style of outdoor space, however by combining the teak with other materials it is brought up to date for a very classy look.

Teak furniture is at the top of the market due to it’s exceptional construction and the fact that it comes from sustainably managed forests which require considerable manpower to maintain. The teak is often combined with contemporary materials such as powder coated aluminium, brushed steel and Textiline, which is a high strength polyester combined with PVC, ideal for standing up to the harshest weather. You can however only pay around £1,000 for a stylish bistro set but at the other end of the scale if you love entertaining for large parties a contemporary 14-seater dining set will cost around £10,000.

The time needed to maintain your teak furniture can be as little or as much as you like; if left with no maintenance the wood will weather down to a soft silvery grey. If you want to maintain the pristine new appearance it will have to be treated with a teak protector every couple of years. If the furniture is sited in a shady position under trees it will accumulate moulds and moss, so if possible place in a sunny spot and this will prevent their growth.

All our teak is from sustainably managed teak plantations which not only re-plant trees but also look after the local environment and populace. A lot of teak is felled from unsustainable primary forests which adversely affect the local environment and local tribes who depend upon these forests for their livelihood.  

If you would like more information we have a number of blogs which may help: How to assemble a Suncoast solid teak garden bench, How to maintain your garden furniture and How to choose your ideal wooden bench.