PORTERSVILLE, Pa., April 1 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Adams Manufacturing has discovered that many consumers want to know more about which resin chair is best for them. Basically, all stacking resin chairs come in three sizes. The smallest are called low-backs. They’re the most economical. They’re usually about 31 inches high at the back, and they weigh about five pounds. They’re a good value. They last for years, and don’t need to be painted, sanded, or maintained.
Mid-back chairs are a little larger. They’re usually 34 inches tall at the back. Their arms and seats are a little wider. They are more comfortable, and offer more support than the low-back chairs.
High-backs are the largest of all stacking resin chairs. Big men prefer a chair that’s between 36 and 38 inches high at the back. High-backs are also stronger in construction. Each one usually weighs 7 or 8 pounds, for better strength and reliability. High-back chairs are the most comfortable resin chairs tested, and certified to hold 250 pounds. The high-back’s seating area and arm spacing is far more generous. Chairs like the Adams “Tropical Isle” are widely regarded as premier high-back chairs.
The stacking resin Adirondack chairs are neither low-back, mid-back, nor high-back. They’re in a class by themselves, and offer one of the best values in lawn and patio furniture. They’re large, strong, and very comfortable. Compared to wooden Adirondack chairs, they’re a tenth of the cost, and, they don’t need to be sanded and painted every year or so.
Regardless of which size and style of stacking resin furniture best fits a user’s needs, all of Adams’ resin chairs are 100% recyclable and 100% Made in the USA. More information: www.adamsmfg.com.
Adams Manufacturing Corp., 109 West Park Road, Portersville, PA 16051, 1-800-237-8287.
- Secret Sex Book Serialized on eNewsChannels
- Fourth of July Reminder for 50-Plus Americans: Think about Long-Term Care Independence
- Extreme Makeover: Home Edition Asks SimplyHome for Help
- New Hampshire Audi Dealer Inspired by Audi’s Plans to Unseat BMW as Luxury Leader
- Newest MINI Features Fewer Seats, More Thrills