Teak Bar

Written by Rachel Arieff
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Teak bars are a wonderful alternative to other types of wooden bars. Teak is indeed a hardwood, which makes for the best building material of serving services. The harder the wood, the more durable it is likely to be.

Hardwoods are also less likely to absorb water. Water, of course, is disastrous to any furniture. Wood that has absorbed water will then begin to warp, crack and peel. Then, of course, your furniture is ruined.

Why Teak Bars?

If you're building or purchasing a bar, you'll want one that's not just water-repellent, but one that can withstand a great deal abuse. You'll want a bar that will be able to tolerate countless people, with varying degrees of self-control, leaning, hitting, kicking, and spilling drinks all over it!

This is why teak bars are so perfect for the busy bar crowd. Teak wood, native to the island of Java in Indonesia, is so heavy that it's often transported from the forests by elephants! By their very nature, teak bars are hardy enough to take just about any human abuse that comes their way.


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