About Eco Furniture
Eco furniture is a style of patio furniture constructed using environmentally friendly poly lumber also known as high-density polyethylene or HDPE. We source our eco furniture from a team of Amish craftsmen known for creating elegantly designed, solidly built outdoor furniture. It is built using computerized machinery and traditional skills handed down through generations. Made almost entirely from recycled milk jugs, eco furniture built with poly lumber has a smooth comfortable feel and fade resistant color that’s UV stabilized. It resists cracking, bacteria growth and is unaffected by salt spray. Corrosion resistant chrome-plated stainless steel fasteners, the type used in the salt water marine industry, are used on the furniture we sell. Welded aluminum frames are used under table tops, heat-bended curved components, and thicker material for support. Eco furniture comes in a variety of styles from minimalist modern to deep seating comfort furniture to traditional Adirondack chairs. We also offer gliders and swivel rocker motion furniture. Eco furniture has the following attributes,
- Eco Furniture is designed to mimic wood furniture but is more durable and it does not weather like wood products
- Eco furniture is extremely colorfast and shows only 3% color loss over 20 years
- It's easy to care for, needs no painting and can be left out year-round
- Poly lumber is an environmentally friendly choice because it's made from recycled milk jugs.
- Eco furniture is virtually maintenance free.
- It will not rot or splinter, and it contains an added UV protective agent to resist fading.
- Poly furniture is not affected by most corrosive substances and will not promote bacterial growth
- Our eco furniture is American made and designed to last for many years to come.
To maintain the beauty of your furniture, clean it regularly with non-abrasive soap and water. If needed, spray the furniture with nonabrasive cleaner and wash it using a high-pressure washer. Do not place the tip of the pressure washer closer than 8-12" from the furniture or it will tear into the material.