Picnic tables and benches are the most prominent and noticeable elements of a park setting. If you own a local park or are moving towards building one, then these essentials are on the top of the list of things to buy.
When it comes to installing new park benches or replacing old ones in your park, you might think, "Do I even need new park benches?" Well, consider the following;
The aesthetics determine the ideal picnic table for your business, along with seating requirements and the local weather conditions. You'll require a durable and long-lasting table to assist businesses in attracting new customers and creating a comfortable environment.
When you design an outdoor space for commercial use, think about the size of your table and shape and its style and design to match the overall style.
Selecting a picnic table requires careful consideration of the space and the desires of your guests. Follow these steps to choose the perfect picnic table to suit your needs or a client's.
The first step in buying commercial outdoor tables is to select a sturdy but good-looking material. The majority of picnic tables are made from steel, wood, aluminum, or recycled plastic. Consider the following aspects when selecting the material you will use for your picnic table:
Picnic tables occupy large amounts of space in a commercial property. Find out the dimensions of the area where you'll set the table before purchasing it so that you can be sure that you'll have enough space to accommodate it. In addition to the table's dimensions and shape, place an additional few feet to the tables for users to walk around easily.
A picnic table can be found in various materials to meet your climate and design requirements. The most well-known materials for a picnic table are as follows:
The size, shape, seating capacity, and color are also considered when selecting picnic tables. Keeping these factors in mind helps choose furniture that will complement the scenery of your park.
Commercial picnic tables are available in a single pedestal base, individual leg bases, or frames with support bases. Consider whether you wish to place your picnic table set on solid ground or be able to move.
These are the two most essential steps in choosing a park bench:
The majority of benches are easy to set up with three main options for installation: surface, in-ground, and portable. In-ground requires the most effort since the bench frame must be submerged into concrete. The portable bench does not have installation, which means that the bench can be moved around the property.
Here is a selection of park benches and picnic tables from our catalog.
The Octagon Picnic Table is our top pick as it is created from stainless steel hardware and poly that ensures durability and is entirely maintenance-free. It has a unique design that seats up to 8 people with enough space to move around freely and it has a color collection that matches the natural green scenery in a park.
Adding a picnic table for kids is an excellent idea to make the environment of your park more welcoming. This poly kids table is made from recycled plastic HDPE Poly and undetectable stainless steel hardware, making it secure for the children. It also comes in a range of vibrant colors that kids will love.
1/2 Herman Convertible Table from All Wood Country Furniture is another great addition to your park. The most striking quality of this product is that it can be used as a bench and converted into a table with a backless bench seat.
The 4ft recycled plastic bench from Wildridge Classic Poly Furniture is designed to add beauty and vibrant appeal to your park. Since this bench is made from HDPE resin, it is fade-resistant, crack-resistant, and termite-resistant in any climate. It’s a perfect fit for your park that adds exquisiteness while being weather resistant.
Suppose you want to explore getting shaded while dining without the center pole of an umbrella, obstructing a portion of the view or a part of your guest's profile. Buy offset outdoor umbrellas, also known as Cantilevers, instead. They are highlighted with an arched or jointed pole positioned off to one side.