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GFRC / Concrete 48 - 60" Length Santa Fe Series Benches

SKU SFSB481618
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Original price $1,824.53
Original price $1,716.09 - Original price $2,591.28
Original price $1,824.53
Current price $1,568.74
$1,478.37 - $2,258.02
Current price $1,568.74
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  • Description
  • GFRC / Concrete 48 - 60" Length Santa Fe Series Benches

    Whether you're looking for a cozy spot to enjoy your morning coffee or a place to gather with friends and family, the GFRC / Concrete 48 - 60" Length Santa Fe Series Benches are the perfect solution. These benches are available in three sizes and a variety of colors to suit any space, and they're made in the USA for quality you can trust. The integral color palette is only available for concrete products, so you know you're getting a unique and beautiful bench that will last for years to come.


    • Sizes
      • 48”L x 16”W x 18”H / 322 lbs.
      • 52”L x 16”W x 18”H / 259 lbs.
      • 60”L x 16”W x 18”H / 364 lbs.
    • Color Options
      • Integral(Smooth Finish, Sandblasted Finish)
        • White, Gray, Charcoal, Taupe, Sand, Dijon, Sage, Tan, Buff, Brown, Adobe, Sedona
    • Made in USA
    • The Integral Color Palette is only available for CONCRETE products

    Benefits of Santa Fe Series Benches

    • Add extra seating to your patio, pool area, or garden.
    • Choose from concrete or GFRC ( Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete).
    • Available in a variety of colors.
    • Comes in three different sizes.
    • Create a cozy outdoor seating area for your friends and family.
    • Give your backyard a touch of luxury with our beautiful benches.

    *The colors depicted on this page are digitally rendered. Actual product color may vary from the images show on this page. Digital screen images are intended as a guide and should not be regarded as absolutely correct.*

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