Charlotte Miller


Most buyers look for the same attributes they value in indoor furniture when assessing outdoor furnishings, whether they will be used for personal or commercial purposes. They give affordability, style, comfort, and quality equal weight with pricing. The only difference is that patio furniture is constructed to resist exposure to harsh weather. Like indoor commercial and household furniture, commercial outdoor furniture for homes and businesses comes in various designs and materials.

  •         DESIGN

When the weather permits, many guests choose to eat outside. A restaurant’s patio design creates a joyful environment and an outside retreat. The patio furniture’s construction and placement may considerably influence the invention. The plastic teak tables and chairs with contrasting aluminum frames make guests comfortable. A pavement cafe in Paris is created with a resin table with a light marble-colored top and aluminum bamboo rattan chairs.

A rooftop bar or outdoor lounge with stunning views, romantic outdoor lighting, faux wicker bar stools, and matching cushioned couches would be the perfect choice for elegant happy hours. Even metal chairs in the beach style are available to give your visitors the feeling that they are on vacation.

  •         MATERIAL

If you reside in an area with a lot of humidity or frequent downpours, aluminum industrial patio furniture is your best option because it is resistant to water-based stains. Choose commercial-grade steel or iron outdoor furniture with a powder-coat finish to prevent corrosion and discoloration in places with moderate climates. Tempered glass, plastic teak, and resin are widely used outside due to their tolerance to temperature changes.

Plastic teak, which resembles teak wood but doesn’t require as much maintenance and is lightweight, durable, eco-friendly, low maintenance, and waterproof. Resin tabletops don’t require painting or sealing. They naturally maintain brightness and won’t quickly fade, crack, rot, or peel. Additionally, they can withstand extreme heat and fire.

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  •         STRENGTH

Residential wood chairs and bar stools typically have a weight capacity of around 250 lbs. However, professional wood chairs and bar seats are made with mortise and tendon joints reinforced with glue and screws, as well as additional D or H stretchers for added strength, and they have weight limits of 350 lbs or more.

While home metal furniture is often made with 22 or 24-gauge steel (the lower the gauge number, the stronger the metal frame), commercial-grade metal furniture is frequently constructed using 16–18–gauge steel.

  •         DURABILITY

Residential outdoor furniture must be replaced every couple of seasons, especially when exposed to harsh weather. Still, with the right conditions and regular maintenance, materials used for outdoor office furniture last for years. Most patio furniture items can withstand various elements for a lifetime and still look new. Use is another essential aspect that has an impact on durability.

Residential patio tables see less wear and tear since they are not used as frequently as the outdoor furniture on restaurant patios or by the pool at renowned hotels and resortsThehe restaurant’s outside seats and bar stools have a support bar undersea for ultimate stability. Commercial patio furniture is often composed of more substantial materials.

The metal frame’s resistance to corrosion and flaking is increased by powder coating and baking. Furthermore, powder coating creates a thick, dense finish with a smoother surface that is less prone to accumulate dust and debris, making it easier to maintain and more hygienic.

The upholstered furniture seat is initially covered with fire-resistant foam padding in various densities, firmness, and colors. Contract furniture is subject to stricter safety rules than home furniture, and usually, for a small additional fee, the most stringent restrictions—like CAL 133—can be enforced.

  •         WARRANTY

A typical residential furniture guarantee is one year for wood chairs and one to six months for metal chairs. On the other hand, a commercial table offers a 3-year warranty for wood furniture made in the USA and a lifetime structural warranty for metal chairs.