Park Benches – How to Bring-in Twist With Material Choices

The park benches are not just for homes and commercial buildings. These are the essential element of all public places especially parks and picnic spots. Visitors and passersby often need a place to stop by and take little rest in any environment, malls, parks, bus stops, churches, outside the storefronts, game fields, museums, break areas for organizations etc. All these public settings require commercial park benches; however, not all park benches work for each setting. So, what materials choices are trending for different environment, is an important consideration for the contractors and municipal authorities. This article talks about some of those choices for park benches.

Aluminum Park Benches

Aluminum is a good choice since it is light-weighted and withstands the harsh weather conditions as well as moisture. These are also considered as a portable solution in game fields and schools. These are often called sports benches and can easily be moved from one place to another. Moreover, these can also be mounted into the floor or ground as a semi-permanent install.

Recycled Plastic Park Benches

The recycles plastic park benches are a nice investment for many park furnishing and are suitable both for indoors and parks. Recycled plastic is composed of more than 90% post-consumer plastic recycled material consisting of plastic milk jugs, detergent bottles and so on. This material is better than wood.

Thermoplastic Coated Steel Park Benches

These park benches offer durability and strength with a robust steel skeleton and high-quality UV and weather resistance thermoplastic coating. One of the most famous park bench style, the thermoplastic coated steel park bench is available in a range of colors and styles. The thermoplastic coating also protects the steel for many years while its maintenance is also minimal as it is resistant to corrosion. Made for the broadest range of application, these benches are portable and can be installed permanently.

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