One of the biggest reasons that some folks are unsure of whether wood or plastic is the best material for Adirondack chairs is because they are worried about the capacity. Thankfully, even though plastic is a whole lot lighter than wood, the people using the chairs don’t need to be. For instance, the Highwood AD-CHL1-NBE has a capacity of 400 lbs. This should be more than enough for most sitters. The lowest capacity of the chairs on our list is PolyTEAK Classic Folding Poly Adirondack Chair, and even that has a capacity of 300 lbs.
Some owners have left outside in the winter, uncovered, without any damage to the finish. We suggest you bring them inside or pick up a chair cover to be safe. .
From our chair collection, try a bent poly rocker. An elegant look for your front porch. Order yours in two tone or solid bright color!
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Call our store today with any questions or for ordering assistance, 844.344.POLY (7659). We are here to help you. WebstaurantStore Food Service Help WebstaurantStore TV Polywood Adirondack Assembly Begin by unfolding the chair assembly as shown. You may find it helpful to loosen the bolts in the pivot spacer to make unfolding the assembly easier. Next, attach the seat to the front legs using (2) 1 7/8" bolts, (2) 1/4" washers, and (2) 1/4" nylock nuts. Tighten with a 7/16" wrench and the provided 4mm T-handle hex key. For quicker assembly you can use a drill and a 4mm hex bit instead of the provided hex key. Finally, insert the adirondack pins into the seat of the chair. You can use a soft mallet to tap the pins into place. If you loosened the bolts in the pivot spacer before step 1, go ahead and tighten those at this time. If you have any questions or need any additional support, please feel free to contact us.
Few things feel better than whiling away the day on a shady porch, nestled in the deep recline of an Adirondack chair. Its hallmark sloped backrest, canted seat and paddle-like armrests make it easily recognizable far outside its namesake region. Occasionally retitled and regularly reinvented in polyethylene and plastic, the chair has become a fixture on lakeshores in Michigan, beach cottages on Cape Cod and grassy front lawns across the nation.
For over 100 years Adirondack chairs have been a favorite where folks looked for rustic style and comfortable seating. The contoured seat and wide arms beg you to sit the afternoon away! Combine this comfort with the durability of poly and you have a chair that is bound to be your favorite for years to come. The Adirondack is available in a combination of styles and colors. We're sure you'll find the one just right for you! For more information Contact Us or Download our brochure. Check out our colors page selection.
The rocking chairs are designed exactly like the classic Adirondack chairs, but with one major difference – it has rockers on the bottom! This makes it perfect for placement on the front porch, backyard, or even in an all-season room.
This folding Poly chair is almost ready to go right out of the box. All you need is a wrench or socket. For comfort this chair has a contoured seat and back and rolled front. A great chair you can take along with you anywhere you travel. Available in 13 colors, all stainless steel hardware. This chair has all the features you look for in an Adirondack. The high slanted back to rest your head back on as well as a deep angled seat. Made for the extreme weather with durable marine-grade 316 stainless steel screws and bolts. This stationary Adirondack Poly chair is ready for anywhere you want to put it. You really sit back and lounge in this chair as it sits down low and has a high 34" back to rest your head back on. The seat is rolled in the front and is 22" wide. This is an ideal chair for a backyard pool or to sun on your backyard deck. Available in 13 different colors.
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Adirondack chairs add amazing eye appeal to lawn settings or as a stand alone deck chair. Which are not only great for social gatherings, but for relaxing in the open air with your favorite book taking in some natural Vitamin D.
I ordered the Basic Adirondack package in white about a year ago and I am already shopping for more! The two chairs and table held up great in the upstate NY seasons and cleaned up well this past fall for storage. (I) love they fold up and don’t take a lot of space in the shed. I live on the border of Adirondack Park so I had a lot of options for Adirondack chairs. These folks had the best price for the quality that I could find in my shopping experience.
The ratchet wrench and second standard wrench were a nice touch! Putting the two rockers together was simple and intuitive. Nice doing business with you!
The most comfortable type of outdoor chair on the market is the Adirondack chair. Typically built with a backwards sloping seat and back that sits close to the ground. The back and seat are often contoured for additional comfort. Wide arms make it easy to get out of the chair.
I am sending these pictures of the Aruba blue glider I bought from you. I love it. It is such a high quality chair. I love the Amish work ethic and will be in touch for another chair in the future.
Okay, I seriously have to try this. I have blue wooden ones but my old beige plastic ones are looking pretty sad. Thanks for the informative and funny tutorial!