What is Teak
Teak (Tectona Grandis) is genus of tropical hardwood native to South & Southeast Asia. The trees can grow up to 40 meters in height and are deciduous. Teak has been used for centuries to build Ships, Outdoor structures and Garden Furniture.
Teak is a dense grained wood which makes it exceptionally strong, durable and resistant to rotting and warping when with or without treatment. Teak is also packed with its own natural oils which produce a smooth weather resistant wood perfect for quality garden furniture and even when left untreated it has a life expectancy of 75 years.