Outdoor Furniture

Adirondack Chairs

Our beautiful Amish made poly lumber Adirondack chairs, folding and non folding, are not only crafted to last but they will enhance every outdoor space. They will never rot or fade due to their weather resistant construction. You can expect this poly furniture to look great at your home for years to come.

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Premium Color Adirondack Chairs

Our Premium Adirondack chairs are all built with Poly lumber to make them as durable and steady as possible. They will never splinter, never fade, and never rot.

Customize with whatever color scheme you’d like. Pick a single color, two colors, or multi-color. Whatever fits your style!

Amish handmade right here in the USA in the state of Pennsylvania and Virginia.

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Wide Color Options

We have countless, 100+, color options available for you to select from. See, we know everyone has their own style. If you do not see your desired color or
colors available please contact us as we can order it for you and deliver it within 6 - 8 weeks.

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Fold it like you stole it.

All of our Hand-crafted Adirondack Chairs fold and make it much easier for you to move around and keep your yard looking fresh or even take your favorite chair with you whether you are going camping or hanging out with family or friends at a campfire or picnic. These chairs weigh in around 40lbs and easily fold up so you can easily carry them. Since they fold, storage is no longer bulky and a problem like other Adirondack chairs.

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Easy to Clean

Because poly furniture is made from purified and cleaned recycled materials, you don't need any harsh chemicals to keep your product maintained. Soap and water work just fine.

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What Is Poly Lumber? 

Poly lumber is any lumber profile
that is made from high-density polyethylene (HDPE), a type of plastic. If
you’ve ever used the recycling symbols and numbers, HDPE corresponds with #2. 

HDPE is an incredibly versatile
plastic that is regularly used for food packaging and agricultural products.
What makes HDPE so great?

Milk jugs, detergent bottles, pipes,
toys, automobile parts, and chemical containers are just a few of the materials
that are made from HDPE. When the consumer finds that these materials have
reached the limit of their use, they can be recycled and made into new materials,
like plastic lumber. 

In addition to the above benefits,
poly lumber is a great building material because it doesn’t attract rodents,
insects, and it doesn’t absorb moisture. 

How Is Poly Lumber Made From Recycled

The process of creating recycled
poly lumber begins with sourcing milk jugs, shampoo bottles, and detergent
bottles from land and ocean-bound plastics. These containers are placed into a
grinder which then chops the plastic into 2mm-3mm pieces. 

The plastic is washed to remove any
residue. Once clean, it is placed into a pelletizer which heats the plastic to
turn it into a viscous state. This melted HDPE is pushed through a strand die
cutter and cut into small pellets. 

Once the pellets have been formed
they can be melted again and combined with color
pigments, UV and antioxidant protection, foaming agents and other property
enhancers. This mixture is pushed through an extruder into plank shaped molds
to create the lumber. 

What Can Poly Lumber Be Used For? 

HDPE lumber can be used for any
construction project that previously used traditional wood! Just a few of the
projects that we’ve seen built from our lumber include: 

This high-performing and
environmentally friendly lumber is a great choice for contractors and

Are Special Tools Needed To Work With
Poly Lumber? 

No! Traditional wood working tools
can be used to cut, drill, or router plastic wood. In fact, screws and nails
are retained better in poly lumber than traditional wood. 

Invest In The Future With Poly Lumber 

Although the initial investment into
poly lumber is slightly more than wood, the long term returns can’t be beat. 

lumber, when installed correctly, will last for decades. It won’t rot, rust,
crack, or peel. It won’t be damaged by rodents or insects. Plus, it saves time
and money on yearly maintenance since it never needs to be painted, stained, or
sealed.  Whatever the climate, you can rest easy knowing that plastic
lumber will perform well.