The Gerber Picnic Table has been on the market since 1969. Over the years we have refined the table to make it one of the best built picnic table options available on the market today! Unlike other companies we have NOT sacrificed quality as we have refined our tables.
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Design Features: Our tables have the convenient “walk-in” design with nothing to step over, yet seats are attached so there is no tipping. The Gerber Table slides easily for mowing and the legs do not stick out behind the seats for safety! Fasteners: Self-tapping lags screws are standard so there is no drilling required. Carriage bolts are optional for those that enjoy the traditional look. All fsteners are zinc plated and included with the purchase of the table. Stainless steel fastners are provided when recycled plastic tops and seats are purchased from us.
Construction: The Gerber Table uses two – one piece welded end frames, a center channel and two braces with precision punched holes that build an easy to assemble picnic table! All of our table frames have weep holes drilled in the bottom of the frame to allow water to escape and reduce the chance for rusting over time. Lumber: We sell the Gerber Table with or without lumber. If you want our lumber we offer a #1 Southern yellow pine that is kiln dried prior to any treatment. We precision cut it and round off the saw cuts. Our tables require five 2×10’s (three for the top and one for each seat). Staining with redwood or walnut preservative is available upon request. Aluminum and recycled plastic are also available in place of lumber.
Materials: We use the finest materials, not seconds, rejects or “thin wall” product. Our steel is “prime grade” USA sourced and produced hot-roll steel. You can finish your table in brown, green, black or galvanize your frames. We will do special order colors upon request. Galvanizing: Our galvanizing process is ASTM-123 certified. All galvanizing is done after fabrication for maximum protection. The hot dip galvanizing is a tougher, thicker finish protecting both the inside and outside of the framework.