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FAQ

How much is a Adirondack chair?

Adirondack chairs made of teak wood usually cost around $700 or more.

What is the best material for Adirondack chairs?

Teak as a Material for Adirondack Chairs Teak is one of the best woods for outdoor furniture, and is better than other woods like pine, oak, bamboo, or wicker — these other woods do not weather well, and require lots of maintenance.

Why are they called Adirondack chairs?

The Adirondack chair gets its name from the Adirondack Mountain range in upstate New York. One legend speculates that the name was chosen for the chair because guests of a convalescent home for tuberculosis patients in the Adirondack Mountains enjoyed sitting in the chair to take in the therapeutic fresh mountain air.

How do you say Adirondack chairs?

It is is pronounced ad-uh-ron-dak. The emphasis is on the third syllable.

Are Adirondack chairs good for your back?

Adirondack Chairs Are Comfortable A good Adirondack chair spreads your weight evenly throughout your back and upper legs as you lean back at an angle. It is much more comfortable than sitting perfectly upright, which would put all your weight on your rear end and lower spine.

Why are Adirondack chairs so expensive?

The design is only one factor that makes an Adirondack chair expensive. Adirondack chairs are made of expensive, rare woods such as teak, cedar, eucalyptus, and other special woods. These woods are strong, don't strip easily, and are resistant to rot, rust, decay, insect damage, and other unwanted elements.

How long do Adirondack chairs last?

If you buy a $60.00 Adirondack chair that lasts all of one year (which is the average life span of a cheap wooden chair) you could end up spending $1200 over 20 years for just ONE chair.

How durable is polywood?

If you don't have a power washer on hand, POLYWOOD lumber is very low maintenance and easy to clean with soap, water, and a soft bristle brush. Learn more about our Care & Maintenance Tips. Yes, we believe in our product, and stand behind its quality and durability with an exceptional warranty.

What is the difference between Adirondack and Muskoka chairs?

The difference is that the Adirondack chair is 2” higher from the ground and 2” wider between the arms compared to the Muskoka chair. Another comparison is that the Adirondack chair is built with a flat yoke at the back of the seat, while the Muskoka chair is built with curved yoke.

How much lumber do I need for Adirondack chairs?

The wood required includes 5/4 and 4/4 stock, and I'm thinking of either western red cedar or Alaskan yellow cedar. The lumber tally comes to about 25 board feet per chair. Amazon sells some nice looking chairs, made from what the call yellow cedar, nicely painted, for about $125 each. You put them together.