Aluminium chairs are great because of their ease to move around with their lightweight frames and can easily be made that little more comfortable with some cushions although with today’s modern design techniques they are a lot more comfortable to sit in than they were a few years ago. These types of outdoor chairs can easily be left outside just make sure they are not exposed and could be easily blown.
You will want to get outdoor chairs that are sturdy. When you put any kind of furniture outside, it is subjected to all the elements. Rain or winter precipitation can rot unprotected wood and an extremely arid climate can dry it out. A strong storm can toss about lightweight furniture if you do not put it away. The sunlight can also fade paint or plastic colors. Look for furniture that will stand up to these damaging effects. Besides that, you will need to find models that will hold the weight of the people who will sit on them. If children will be using them, they do not have to be so strong. However, if heavy adults will be sitting, watch for weight limits placed on them by the manufacturer.
The more complex models may have strap closures that have to be buckled or zipper closures that have to be zipped or unzipped. Some have corded closures. Of course the more secure the closure the less likely the elements will get in.
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