American families rely on the unmatched comfort and durability of DuraWeather’s quality poly outdoor furniture. Our manufacturing plants are located in Iowa, Ohio, & Wisconsin with our main headquarters located in Hertford, North Carolina. Our durable outdoor furniture is constructed of 95% Ultra-Premium (High Density Polyethylene) HDPE with 5% UV inhibitors and exclusive protecting agents against fading, rotting, and rusting. Our all-weather outdoor furniture is built to last a lifetime while ensuring absolutely ZERO maintenance. You can leave your DuraWeather poly outdoor furniture outside all year long.
Our incredibly durable Powder Coat Painted 316 Marine Grade Stainless Steel Hardware is included with every line of poly outdoor furniture, no matter if you ordered a set of Adirondack chairs or a new dining set. 316 stainless steel stands up against nature's harshest elements. How is it different from 304 Stainless? 316 includes 2% Molybdenum which is an added protectant against chlorides found near pools, ocean living, and in de-icing salts. It ensures the best possible defense against normal wear, rusting, and corrosion. Inferior products use cheap steel that will rust quickly often within one to three years time.
Your all-weather outdoor furniture is only as good as the hardware that keeps it together. Rusting hardware means permanent staining and discoloration of the material. We use only the finest materials available in all of our poly outdoor furniture to ensure the best possible longevity we can provide to our customers.