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Our teak is sourced from the sustainable plantations of Perum Perhutani, on the island of Java. These plantations are owned and managed by the government who have a strict policy with regard to the age, size and number of trees felled each year, together with a comprehensive sustainable replanting program.
Teak, Tectona grandis, is a dense, close-grained hardwood high in natural oils and rubber. These characteristics give teak strength and durability, making it virtually impervious to the effects of rain, salt, sun or snow and hence very resistant to rotting.
Yes, we are mixed item container-load (FCL) specialists. Our quality, 'best-buy' pricing and short lead times have ensured a world-wide customer base from North America to Europe and the Middle to Far East.
Yes, we specialise in the manufacture and supply of furniture to our customer's specifications especially within the contract market.
We produce furniture with many finishes, from teak-oil to lacquer or from fine sanded to distressed. Simply let us know your requirements - you shall not be disappointed.
Yes, the properties of teak enable it to withstand the most inclement of weather - hence its use as decking on ships. However, it will get dirtier than furniture enjoyed during the spring and summer only. For storage we recommend an outhouse, garage or garden shed. However, please ensure that there is not a dramatic change in the heat and humidity as this can cause your furniture to crack.
We strongly recommend against using teak oil – and any other oils including linseed, Tung, and Danish oils! These oils destroy teak’s naturally occurring protective oils, making it dependant on continuous applications to stop it from drying out, so once you start oiling teak garden furniture you’ll need to continue to do so. Teak oil is also more likely to encourage mildew growth and black spots, and teak that has been oiled will colour unevenly as it ages.

Teak can be left outside, untreated, although there are a number of water-based treatments should you wish to treat your furniture, including teak shields and protectors, depending on the colour you’d like your teak to be; either its original honey-gold colour, or a weathered silvery-grey. We can’t stress enough how strongly we recommend against the use of wood oils.
Left untreated and exposed to the elements, teak will weather to a beautiful silver grey patina and darken slightly if kept indoors. Should you wish to maintain its colour, we would recommend applying our teak protector, which will help your teak furniture maintain its colour for a much longer period.
Yes, we use certified sustainable timber for our wooden parasol poles. The wood has been sourced from certified forests that meet the highest environmental and social standards.
Teak is a natural material and fine cracks can appear especially on heavier components and the end grain. This minor checking may appear or disappear depending on the relative humidity and weather conditions. This is a natural process and will not affect the strength or structural integrity of your furniture.
Where required, all of our furniture is constructed in the time-honoured fashion of tight fitting mortise and tenon joints with teak dowels. This ensures robust, wobble-free furniture equally at home in your garden, or the high traffic areas of luxury hotels. Ours is the specifier's choice!
Some of our furniture is constructed using brass fittings. We recommend that all moving parts are checked for tightness at regular intervals. The process of folding and unfolding chairs for example can, over time, loosen fittings. Please note that brassware will patinate/tarnish in the open air.
Where possible our furniture is delivered fully assembled, for your immediate, stress free, enjoyment. However, if unsure, please contact us for further details.
We warrant for a period of one year that our products are fit for their intended purpose and are free from manufacturers faults or defects (this does not include small cracks or end grain checking).
Yes, for safety reasons. See the Parasol section under the Products menu for our stand specifications / requirements.
Yes, all our chairs and tables are designed with the clarity of 'form following function'. Therefore most of the chairs, benches and tables illustrated on the web-site share similar proportions and can easily be mixed and matched.
We warrant all of our products for a period of one year from the date of delivery. If you find a defect in material or workmanship in any part or component, Corido will, at Corido's option, repair, replace or refund the furniture. 'Defects', as used in this warranty, are defined as imperfection in material or workmanship that will impair the use of the furniture product. Under this warranty we are unable to exchange goods that have been treated, painted or modified in any way or bespoke items. In these cases we would repair any damage covered by the warranty. In the event that you would like to claim under our guarantee please forward images of the damage to [email protected] together with your order details. Please be advised that our product guarantee does not cover items shipped overseas.
Pre-ordering means ordering an item that is currently not in stock.
The advantage of pre-ordering, is that the item is ‘ring-fenced’ for delivery to yourself as soon as it comes in stock.

If a product is temporarily out-of-stock, it will be stated clearly, as the usual ‘Add to Basket’ button will be replaced by a ‘Pre-Order’ button.
Additionally, once the item has been selected, a date displayed indicates when the item is scheduled to arrive into our warehouse.
We deliver throughout the country, over a 2-week cycle, therefore, depending on your delivery postcode, you should receive your order between 1 to 14 days from the scheduled date.