How to choose the best POLYWOOD RCT38WH Round 38″ Conversation Table for you?
This classic 38" conversation table is made with fade-resistant POLYWOOD recycled lumber POLYWOOD recycled HDPE lumber has the look of painted wood without the upkeep real wood requires requires no painting, staining, or waterproofing Heavy-duty construction withstands nature's elements will not splinter, crack, chip, peel or rot and is resistant to stains, insects, fungi, and salt spray Some assembly required commercial grade stainless steel hardware made in the USA Measures 38 inches wide by 38 inches deep by 18 inches high 20-year limited warranty
What is the advantage of this POLYWOOD RCT38WH Round 38″ Conversation Table?
We believe life is about following your passion. Ours is creating comfortable and stylish outdoor furniture that's great for the Earth and built to last. Our story began in the late 1980s when the outcome of government recycling programs created steadily growing mountains of recycled plastics. We saw opportunity in this landscape of overabundance, and through creative ingenuity, POLYWOOD was born.
Enhance your outdoor living and entertaining space with this classic conversation table.
POLYWOOD lumber is resistant to stains and corrosive substances, and isn t prone to splinter, crack, chip, peel, or rot.
UV inhibitors and stabilizers protect our lumber from harmful environmental degradation and, along with light stable pigments, run continuously throughout the material.
Our all-weather material is built to withstand all four seasons and a range of climates including hot sun, snowy winters, salt spray, and heavy winds.
Genuine POLYWOOD lumber cleans easily with soap and water and requires no painting, staining, or waterproofing.
Enhance your outdoor living and entertaining space with this classic conversation table it s guaranteed to get people talking. POLYWOOD furniture is constructed of solid POLYWOOD recycled lumber that s available in a variety of attractive, fade-resistant colors. It won t splinter, crack, chip, peel or rot and it never needs to be painted, stained or waterproofed. It s also designed to withstand nature s elements as well as to resist stains, corrosive substances, insects, fungi, salt spray and other environmental stresses. Best of all, POLYWOOD furniture is made in the USA and backed by a 20-year warranty.
Customer reviewsNot Nearly as Sturdy as Other Polywood Products - I don't recommend it
Before making this purchase, I bought quite a few products from Polywood 6 Adirondack Chairs, an Ottoman, a bench and a side table . I'm a HUGE fan. The main thing that I love about the previous pieces that I bought is how sturdy they are. They seem almost indestructible. Unfortunately, this 38 inch round conversation table is not designed in the same way. While the other Polywood products are assembled using bolts for their assembly, this table is assembled only with long screws no bolts at all . Further, the pilot holes that were factory pre-drilled in my table were all either too long or too wide, so the screws don't have any material to grab onto when you screw them inside the pilot holes. So the screws are flush against the legs of the table, but they're not tight they just spin - same story for the braces that attach to the legs . Another problem with the factory pre-drilled pilot holes is that they are drilled such that the legs of the table aren't flush with the table top when the legs are screwed in there is about an 1/8 inch gap between the top of the leg and the table top . The weight of the very heavy table top is, therefore, born, not by the legs of the table, but by the screws which can't be fully tightened . All of this creates a table that feels like it's about to collapse and I've only had it for three days . Simply moving it one or two feet across my brick patio causes it to shift and sway. I seriously doubt this table will stand the test of time. After tax, I paid more than 400 dollars for it: too much for a table that probably won't last more than a season. I'd like to return it, but I stupidly broke the box down before I assembled the table.