What is the difference between the indoor set and the indoor/outdoor set?

What is the difference between the indoor set and the indoor/outdoor set?

Our indoor set is crafted from Pine, a sturdy wood commonly used for indoor furniture and structures. However, it's important to note that Pine is not as resistant to outdoor elements, and prolonged exposure to sunlight or moisture may lead to damage over time.

Conversely, our indoor/outdoor sets are constructed from treated Cedar wood. Cedar is known for its natural durability and weather-resistant properties, making it an ideal choice for outdoor furniture. This treated Cedar ensures that the set can withstand various weather conditions without compromising its quality.

Both sets are designed to maintain their aesthetic appeal and functionality indoors, but the outdoor set provides added resilience to outdoor environments.

It is important to note, that as with any outdoor furniture and playsets, the wood will not be as soft and smooth as wood used for our indoor sets. However, it comes with the benefits of being able to use, and leave outdoors without getting ruined, and is smooth and safe to use for your children in both settings.

*We highly recommend moving your outdoor set indoors or into storage during harsh weather conditions, such as winter or extreme heat/humidity. While Cedar is durable, prolonged exposure to adverse weather can still cause damage over time, and any resulting damage will not be covered under our warranty. 

Playset Maintenance:

Your playset has been treated with a UV and water-resistant sealant for its protection. Every climate is different. During inclement weather, it is best to store the set in a dry, covered area. Check the set before each play season. If you notice signs of fading, drying, etc., apply sealant to dry wood after sanding, only as needed.