Published at Monday, 16 July 2018. Patio Table. By Wanda Branch.
For instance, you may find that aluminum or wrought iron will make a lovely addition to your patio. Many of these tables have fine detailing to make them elegant and sophisticated, harkening back to the turn of the 19th century. Others are more fashion forward, particularly ones made of aluminum. If you live in an area that has occasional high winds, you'll find wrought iron a great choice, since it is heavier and far less prone to blowing around or over, even in a heavy wind.
They will also save you a lot of stress. How many times have you been hosting an event in your back yard and seen one of the older family members try to take a seat around one of those old molded patio tables? As they tried to sit in the chair it would wobble and you spent the day fearing the chair would finally give out, taking Uncle Bob with it. You won't have to deal with those worries anymore if you have quality patio tables and chairs.
Once you find the kinds of patio tables that will work for your needs, you need to select the right umbrella. Figure out how much shade you will need, and look for an umbrella that can offer that coverage. A general rule of thumb is if you have a patio table that is up to 30 inches wide, you need a 6-foot umbrella. A 7-foot umbrella will cover a table up to 36 inches. If you have a larger table, up to 48 inches, you need to look for a 9-foot umbrella, to assure the right amount of shade. If you are considering backyard dining, and have an exceptionally large table (up to 72 inches,) you will need a major umbrella of 11-foot in diameter.
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