Custom Benches and Swings are an excellent way to add an efficient and elegant touch to any outdoor scape. Not only will these pieces of furniture enhance the atmosphere and beauty of your environment, but they also offer a place for your guests to sit back, relax, and enjoy the fresh air. Custom benches and swings provide endless possibilities when it comes to style choices, meaning you’re sure to find something that perfectly suits your needs. With their timeless appeal, Custom Benches and Swings can be a perfect addition to any home or garden.
Bench and swing installations can be a difficult job, but it doesn’t have to be. With the help of experienced professionals, you can ensure that your job is done right—the first time. Bench and swing installation requires a keen eye for detail as well as experience ensuring proper support structure and stability for lasting use. Avoid unnecessary stress with breakages or looseness down the line; let the experts save you time and hassle by doing the job well from the start.
It is important to maintain your custom bench and swing in order to maintain the original look and feel of the wood varieties used. To properly maintain your custom bench, you should inspect it for cracks or signs of damage and treat it with protective finishes regularly. Additionally, periodic cleaning and stain sealing can help maintain its aesthetic appeal. For swings, removing dust from chains should be done using a cloth dampened with mild soap or warm water and ensuring that all bolts are properly fastened and coated with a wax-based lubricant. Oiling the moving parts of the swing once per season could also be beneficial. Taking these steps will ensure lasting beauty and reliable functionality!
This is a great and common question that we get asked all the time. The answer depends on the material used, as well as how frequently it is used and where it is stored. Generally speaking, our custom benches and swings are built to last many years, with proper care and maintenance; however, the environment plays a role too. If your bench or swing will be kept outdoors, it needs to be treated regularly with sealants to prevent weather damage.
If your swing is made of a material such as plastic, metal, treated wood, or any other kind of weather-resistant material, then it will more than likely be just fine outdoors even during the coldest months. However, if you have a wooden swing or bench that is not well sealed against rain and snow then it would be best for you to bring it indoors when it starts to get too cold outside. This will help prevent damage from moisture and freezing temperatures.
Sealing your wooden swing or bench is a quick and easy way to ensure its longevity. Waterproof sealant can provide an extra layer of protection that wooden furniture needs to endure the elements outdoors. Before beginning, make sure the area is prepped and cleaned by using mild soap and a brush – this helps the sealant adhere better. When applying the sealant be sure to use even strokes and keep it as thin as possible – too much sealant can discolor wood or lead to peeling in future months. Allow plenty of time for your sealant to completely dry before enjoying your newly sealed swing or bench!