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Fiberglass Picnic Tables

Picnic Tables constructed from commercial fiberglass are a great selection when the table surface will be used for writing, art projects and food service. Solid surface smooth table tops and seats are supported by galvanized steel heavy-duty picnic table frames. Additionally, you can choose frames that are either welded steel tubing or bolted together. These options provide commercial quality tables with buget flexibility.

Popular uses for fiberglass tables are schools, daycares, classrooms, outdoor restaurants, theme parks, water parks and your project. We offer a variety of shapes, sizes, and colors. Learn more by studing our resource guides and calling our prompt, courteous proffessionals.


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What mounting options are available?
There are three methods of mounting your picnic table based on the frame style: Portable, In-Ground, and Surface Mount. The description and specifications of the product will indicate the mounting style. 
A portable frame is ideal if you do not have a place to permanently install the picnic table. Portable frame are a non-permanent solution, making it possible to move the picnic table. Portable frame can sit on a flat surface without anchoring. 
Surface Mount
Surface mounting is a semi-permanent solution. If you would like to leave the possibility of moving your picnic table some day, however if vandalism is a concern than surface mounted frames are ideal. Surface mounting is great if your picnic table will be going onto a concrete surface. Surface mounting requires a steel plate to be bolted onto a concrete or asphalt surface.
In-Ground mounting is a permanent solution for areas where vandalism is a concern. In-ground mounts are used in grassy areas or are prepared to be put in a concrete pad. The installment for an in-ground mount requires the post to be set into an approximately 18" concrete poured hole.