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Internet #203468718

Hampton Bay Andrews 3-Piece Patio Bistro Set

Discontinued Hampton Bay

Andrews 3-Piece Patio Bistro Set

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Product Overview

Create the perfect conversational seating area in your backyard with the Hampton Bay Andrews 3-Piece Patio Bistro Set. All 3-pieces feature sturdy steel frames in an elegant styling for seasons of use. 2 sling-back chairs feature UV protected fabric for protection from the sun's harmful rays. The tabletop has an attractive ceramic tile on surface.

  • Rust-resistant steel frame uses multi-step finish process for longevity
  • Durable UV protected sling fabric resists damaging sunlight
  • Attractive ceramic tile tabletop
  • Cleans easily with mild soap and water
  • Coordinates with other items in the Andrews collection (sold separately)
  • 2-year frame/2-year fabric limited warranty

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Customer Questions & Answers

how do you order replacement tiles for the tabletop for hampton inn andrews 3 peice bistro set?

Asked by: Anonymous
This product is made by Hampton Bay which is Home Depot store brand. I would contact the store or email them. But you can always go to any store that sells tile and look for 4 tiles that fit...probably easier.
Answered by: retrahs
Date published: 2015-11-05

Do chairs swivel?

Asked by: GG83
Yes, they both rock and swivel. Everyone who sits in them comment's in their comfortability.
Answered by: Stu
Date published: 2015-11-13

can i buy replacement mesh for my outdoor chairs. (they are like the bistro chairs on a swivle rocker base)

have ask at several stores but they don't have them in stock
Asked by: netter554
Answered by: bob
Date published: 2015-11-06

do the tiles just lift out so you can replace with same size tiles of a different color ???

Asked by: louie
Yes. But finding tiles that fit isn't as easy as I thought it would be and you may need to tweak the edges with a power sander to get them in. Remember, tiles are made to be laid in soft pliable grout so they aren't always perfectly uniform.
Answered by: retrahs
Date published: 2015-11-05
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