Stronger and more durable – the The Park Reserve Village Bench without Back! This bench is made of 11 gauge strap metal and it comes with a cast iron frame for extra durability and a high-end look! The three piece design makes installation quick and easy. Get your Village Bench today and rest assured that you will use it for a long time!
Village Bench without Back
- Made from durable 11 gauge strap metal
- Cast Iron Frame for extra durability
- Three piece design for easy installation
- Without back design
- Available in three different finishes
Advantage Coating: The most durable and weatherproof coating on the market today. Advantage coated surfaces won’t chip, scratch or mar so your product instantly gains longevity when this coating is applied. The coating never drips or runs – the coating sticks to any metal surface and fits like a glove. Advantage coating offers 13 different color variations for you to choose based on your style requirements. Coating comes with a 7 year warranty to ensure your park benches, picnic tables and seating products are protected.
Powder Coating: Powder coating is a tried and tested coating technique that uses electrostatic powder to create a barrier of protection around the metal of any bench, table or chair. It’s extremely durable and is also weather resistant. Available in 13 color variations.
Industry Standard Coating: Premium polyethylene coating is the park industry standard. It’s dipped in a plastic coating to seal the metal to protect against corrosion and chemicals. It is also weather resistant for long term outdoor use in any park environment. Coating comes with a 5 year warranty. Available in 9 color variations for you to choose the one that best fits your needs.
- Material: 11 gauge Strap Metal
- Design: Without Back
- Finishes: Powder Coat Finish, Industry Standard Coating, or Advantage Coating
- Customizable: Choose among 3 finishes
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