The Original Bench Swing

$159.99 

  • The Original Bench Swing
  • The Original Bench Swing
  • The Original Bench Swing
  • The Original Bench Swing

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Simple yet beautiful, our Original Bench Swing is hand made from local Ash trees in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Each seat is kiln dried, sanded and finished with a coat of Thompson’s Weather Sealer to help protect it form the elements and bring out the woods natural beauty. 20ft of ¾” light brown polypropylene rope is then hand spliced to each side. The Original Bench Swing is designed to blend in with its natural surroundings and compliment landscaping. Children will spend hours playing on their Original Bench Swing and build memories that twill last a lifetime.

300 lb weight limit – Ages 3+

Longer Rope: Swings with longer ropes are available in the drop down. Contact us if you don’t see the length you need and we will set up a custom order for you. 

Custom Engraving: If you would like to have a custom engraved brass plaque added to your swing just select that option in the drop down, click add to cart. In the special instructions section let us know what you would like the plaque to say. Our plaques are 4” long by 3/4” tall. Enough space to add up to two custom lines of text: “Welcome to your new home,” Happy Birthday Sarah” or just about anything else. Please contact us if you have any questions.  Simply call Bill at (612) 968-4038.

Size & Materials: Our swing seats are made from Ash, which is an incredibly strong and durable wood. Swing seats measure 24” long by 8” wide and a sturdy 1 ¾” thick. Our rope is ¾” diameter light brown polypropylene. This rope is smooth to the touch, shrink, stretch, rot, UV resistant and just generally looks and holds up better than sisal or manila rope.

Care: We recommend that you apply a coat of Thompson’s Weather Sealer each spring to help protect your swing from the elements. 

*Color and grain pattern will vary in each swing seat

 

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