Frequently Asked Questions
What's the difference between your benches and other similar benches?
Quality is hard to depict from pictures, but often times while shopping for teak benches and chairs on the web, you can see the difference by counting the number of slats that make up the back and seat panels. The more slats there are on a bench or chair per foot, the stronger and higher quality the bench or chair is, not too mention it is more costly to manufacture, so many competitor's choose to skimp on slats to bring their prices down to appear to be "more for the money", when in actuality you are getting "less quality for the money". Our Wave 6' bench for example, has a total of 20 wooden slats that make up the back panel, to which many competitor's models have 14 or 15 slats for the same style bench. For more details please visit our Why Westminster Teak? information page.
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