Seasons of the year

From coast to coast, America encompasses a variety of climates that shape the way people of this great nation live and play. The environment can have a significant impact on the protective measures you take when it comes to protecting and preserving the integrity of your outdoor furniture. That’s why it’s important to be armed with the vital information you need when contemplating which cover material will provide the best possible protection. 

 

Desert

Swimming pool in the desert

Desert climates, known for their searing weather conditions, can present a surprising number of challenges when it comes to finding appropriate outdoor furniture covers. Why? Because from the regular swelter of sunshine to the occasional flash flood downpour, describing desert weather as “unpredictable” would not be a stretch during certain times of the year. This is especially true during the transitional period between summer and winter.

 

Due to the preponderance if intense sunlight, UV resistance is a key factor for a cover in this climate as the sun is no doubt the first and most extremely damaging aspect of the desert. Investing in furniture covers such as 1000D, 100% polyester, will give you the strong defense you need to keep your backyard furniture from fading and cracking in the heat.

 

For the occasional rainstorm in the arid desert, this versatile material is more than a match for heavy precipitation. That’s because it is built go provide necessary protection against even the harshest of weather conditions.

 

Subtropical

Rain drops on glass

Humidity and rain are strong identifiers of the climate in the subtropical region of the country. Unlike in the aforementioned desert, subtropical environments are marked by humid, rainy days for many months of the year. Increased levels of moisture contribute to a wide variety of water damage issues, from mold growth to rust and oxidation.

 

For these climates, your best bet for patio furniture protection is tight fitting, water resistant furniture covers made from 12oz, 1000D polyester. Precipitation and resulting dew and condensation are regular fixtures in the subtropical climate, but a cover made from waterproof polyester complete with venting to provide mold and mildew protection, secured with reliable tie downs, will ensure that no furniture bears the brunt of water damage.

 

Temperate

Outdoor sofa in a lawn

Regions with a temperate climate are spared from the more extreme weather patterns seen in the climates above. Those who call temperate climates home can expect mild temperatures and moderate precipitation, with only the occasional chance of storms or winds throughout the year.

 

But just because the temperate region sees less dramatic weather doesn’t mean you should leave your patio furniture unprotected. Inclement weather is still very much a possibility in this region, so being prepared for whatever Mother Nature throws your way is key for prime patio furniture security. Consider utilizing a 12oz, 600D polyester patio furniture cover for simple protection that you can apply and remove at a moment’s notice.

 

Continental

Snow covered backyard

Heavy snowfall, cold winters, and distinctive seasonal changes are the trademarks of the typical continental climate. Inclement weather is all too common of an occurrence in this region, with tense blizzards posing the most prevalent threat. Heavy snowstorms bring wind and water damage that can take a serious toll on backyard furniture and appliances.

 

Homeowners in continental climates looking to keep their backyard furniture safe need the most reliable and weatherproof protection available. While a lightweight patio furniture cover may work in regions with less inclement weather, snow prone environments require the durable protection of heavy duty tarps. A tarp or custom insulated cover made from 18 oz, 1000 Denier polyester prevents moisture from heavy snowfall from forming mold and rust. And if hail makes an appearance in any of the winter storms this region is so famous for, know that a heavy duty tarp will have your back when it comes to thorough furniture protection.