This Adirondack sits higher than the traditional version of the chair making it easier to stand up and also usable with a traditional height table.
This chair is also available as a stool with a 24" (AD233) or 30" (AD236) high seat. When made as a stool they have the footrest shown.
Sunny side Poly is Amish made right here in Wisconsin using High Density Polyethylene (HDPE), a flexible polymer that won't crack, break, splinter or peel as their unique formula doesn't allow it to break down or become brittle from the sun or cold.
A piece of Sunny Side Poly furniture can be kept outside all year round and requires no maintenance. Unlike some similar manufacturers, the material used is considered colorfast; meaning it will not fade more than 3 percent over a ten year period. The frames are made using 1 inch thick poly lumber, slats are 3/4 inches thick and all the fasteners (screws, brackets, swivels, etc.) are all made of stainless steel.
Quality craftsmanship and materials combine to produce a piece of furniture that will last a lifetime!
- Available in a variety of colors
- Built to be kept outdoors all year
- Available with or without cupholders
- No maintenance required
- Made of 95 percent recycled Material, PVC & BPA Free
- Will not crack, splinter or fade more than 3 percent in a ten year span
- Chairs, gliders, tables and swings are reinforced with aluminum angle braces
- Frames and arms are built with 1" poly lumber
- Back and seat slats are built with 3/4" poly lumber
- A router is used to cut out all pieces for a beautiful edging, instead of the sharp edge a bandsaw makes
- Seats are designed with a rolled front edge for comfortable lounging
Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.
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