Summary: After a long period of use, your patio furniture might be run down, broken, and in need of a replacement.
Outdoor patio furniture typically doesn’t have the longevity that indoor furniture pieces have primarily because they’re exposed to the harsh conditions of the weather on a daily basis – unless you put them away when they aren’t in use. Things like exposure to the sun, pool chlorine, dirt, and bird excrement all work together to slowly destroy your patio furniture.
However, if your patio furniture represents a significant investment and is still serviceable, you can save money by having it professional refurbished or by doing it yourself.
Find Information Online
The Internet is the largest hub of how-to information that includes pictures and videos of all the materials and tools you need to complete most DIY patio furniture projects. Now, patio furniture is available in a number of different materials. Frames can be aluminum, wicker, wrought iron, or wood. Depending on where you shop, you can find materials that run as low as $50 all the way up to thousands of dollars.
Refurbishing Your Fabric
The refurbishing process may not be an easy one, but it’s something that is necessary if you are serious about replacing your old furniture pieces. Be sure not to cut corners during this process because you’ll only end up with a broken table or chair after a few weeks or months – and would ultimately be a poor return on investment in the long run.
Depending on the type of materials that you purchase, you can ideally find out how long your furniture will last. Purchasing cheap, weak pieces that you find at a discount store might be a temporary solution but you’ll have to take extra care of them or they’ll end up in the same condition that they were in before you started the refurbishing process.
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