Outdoor sectional furniture – Sectional furniture provide more seating space per square meter than any other seating system. Sectional furniture is more separate parts, placed side by side or at right angles and secured together to prevent displacement. It is measured as individual pieces with a total measurement depend on the number, type and size of the pieces is selected. Measure the furniture the right way is critical to ensure enough space in the room for the pieces and make sure you can get the outdoor sectional furniture. It is good to have an assistant to hold the other end of the tape measure.
Measure outdoor sectional furniture, Record all measurements the width of the depth of the height. Measure the diagonal of each piece and record it as “Diagonal: 42 inches,” for example. Place the measure of the couch, rests an end of the front edge of the sofa, near inside of the arm, the other end of the leading edge of the back. Tape two yardsticks together if one is not long enough or use a 1-by-2-inch, 6-foot board. Measure the distance from the floor behind the hind legs diagonally to the position on benchmark where the tape measure and meet.
Measure outdoor sectional furniture, Measure the sofa every part of the sectional sofa. Measure across the back, side to side and record this measurement as the width. Measure the distance from the back of the sofa to the front and register this as the depth. Measure and record the seat portion of the section. Measure and record the chaise part, if applicable. The width is the distance across the back of the piece, the depth is the distance from the back of the cart to the front edge, and the height is the distance from the floor to the top of the back.