Our exquisite 4 seat Heavy Farleigh Teak Garden Bench looks fantastic wherever it is placed with its stylish legs and flat arms. Unlike other companies, you will notice that we have added an extra leg in the middle of our Teak Garden Bench for extra support so that it will not bow over time. You can rest on this Teak Garden Bench to share fun times with friends in your garden or have it sited somewhere that is special to you and your family. It is perfect for either big bold wood carvings, engraved images of your choice or a brass or stainless steel plaque. Anti-theft bench security fixings for peace of mind if you are placing your bench in a public place, are available if required. We also stock a range of fitted cushions and covers.
With seat slats that run front to back, this bench is much more comfortable than standard garden benches. If you are looking to add some personalisation, this bench design benefits from 2 rails which you can use for wood engraving and or engraved plaques.
All our benches have been designed by ourselves - they are not standard internet models. There is little to no no maintenance required for our all our Teak Benches. All of our Teak is Green Leaf certified. This is the equivalent to the FSC and guarantees that the Bench you are buying is sourced responsibly and ethically. The Green Leaf Certificate reduces illegal logging by providing evidence that the Teak is from verified legal sources and by providing specific information on the original source of the Teak.
FREE5"x2" Brass Plaque with any Bench ordered this month! Simply add your Bench to the basket and follow the instructions.
IMPORTANT NOTICE To achieve 25 years + of use, all Garden Benches should be Polyurethane (expanding foam) glued, Teak dowelled then clamped for 24hrs to ensure that there is no movement in the construction. Although this is an expensive and time consuming process, it is what we do with everyone of our Benches before we deliver. Be aware of buying flat packed Garden Benches or those made with cheap glues as wood naturally expands and contracts when left outside so if they are not joined securely they will, after a few seasons, wobble and fail.