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Old 07-01-2018, 06:33 AM
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Redoing the pool and patio area and we are looking for an outdoor sectional. Just wondering where you all are finding a good deal/decent quality set? Looking to spend around $2K or less so teak is out. I did find a nice Tommy Bahama teak sectional for $49K..
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Redoing the pool and patio area and we are looking for an outdoor sectional. Just wondering where you all are finding a good deal/decent quality set? Looking to spend around $2K or less so teak is out. I did find a nice Tommy Bahama teak sectional for $49K..
check sams club, etc. I bought a teak sectional there 10 years ago and itís still on my deck. Cushions could use some help though. Some of the fake brass hardware has crapped out and Iíve replaced as needed.

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check sams club, etc. I bought a teak sectional there 10 years ago and itís still on my deck. Cushions could use some help though. Some of the fake brass hardware has crapped out and Iíve replaced as needed.


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Bride and I were just talking about this. After what’s been for bloody ever we’re very close to starting the new house. Covered patio that’s just about 16’ x 36’ so we need some furniture out there. Subscribed.
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I got em all beat...alibabba. No matter where u go, it’s all the same Chinese crap. They just slap a different name on it and mark it up 10x . We ordered like 10k worth of outdoor furniture for like 1500 a couple yrs ago. Just be sure to demand sunbrealla fabric.

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I got em all beat...alibabba. No matter where u go, itís all the same Chinese crap. They just slap a different name on it and mark it up 10x . We ordered like 10k worth of outdoor furniture for like 1500 a couple yrs ago. Just be sure to demand sunbrealla fabric.

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so when I look on there itís like 5-10 sets minimum and 60 days delivery. The delivery kinda sucks because I wouldnít get it until the end of the summer and I donít need 5 sets.

Am I missing how to do this?
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so when I look on there it’s like 5-10 sets minimum and 60 days delivery. The delivery kinda sucks because I wouldn’t get it until the end of the summer and I don’t need 5 sets.

Am I missing how to do this?


You have to submit an inquiry. I ordered 2 sets. One advantage I had was I was able to load them on a friends cargo container out of Guangzhou. But, I do need to order 2 new sets of cushions, we didn’t pay extra for sunbrealla and regretted it. These will prob end up shipping a different way. I can post up the name of the place I ordered from. Timeframe is definitely longer but the place I worked with went off without a hitch.

http://www.teng-xiang.com

Here's my contact. Anna. They have far more than shown of the crummy website. Please tell her I sent you (Mike with Offshore Apparel) anna@teng-xiang.com




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I hate houzz. What a wealth of misinformation and bad ideas.
Well, you're not supposed to let the wife read the articles! I'm just saying that right now, outdoor patio sets like these are on sale.
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Well, you're not supposed to let the wife read the articles! I'm just saying that right now, outdoor patio sets like these are on sale.
Not that. From a business standpoint, much of their "kitchen cabinet" information is flawed.

There some good ideas, no doubt. There are also some atrocious ideas mixed in.

Form follows function. Too much looks good but doesn't work.
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Palm Casual. They have several stores located throughout central Florida.

Quality products at a fair price. They are more money than the big box stores but the quality and warranty is better.

All of the products have lifetime warranties.

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Costco does a lot with this category, in-store and online. Very nice stuff.
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This one is winning so far. Thanks to all for the recommendations!
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