Front Porch Swing

The Best Porch Swings For Sale Everyday ThePorchSwingCompany.com is an online outdoor furniture shop dedicated to porch furniture – porch swings, outdoor gliders, and rocking chairs. We thought be focusing on just these three product categories we could be the best at them offering our customers the largest selection, best pricing, and product knowledge to back it up. We dare you to search for a better selection for furniture for your porch. If you find a swing we don’t carry, please let us know as we would love to carry it. We have recently added a large number of porch swing beds as we think they fit our existing production selection. They have been an instant hit. Looking for the ultimate in outdoor luxury comfort then one of the Lowcountry Swing Beds are for you. Don’t have the space for one? We don’t want you to fill left out. Now our favorite Amish brand A&L furniture has made their best selling Marlboro swing bed available in porch swing size! Swings not your things then our patio gliders are for you. They are comfortable and the smooth gliding motion will put you to sleep. They don’t require any ceiling support or stand for enjoyment. Happy New Year! We are so excited about 2017 and all the exciting new products we have in store. We will be dramatically expanding our tree swings category and will be introducing over 15 new styles. Stay tuned we will be adding several new styles over January and February. Also now is great time to shop before the new price changes go into effect. Online Porch Furniture On Sale – Is Your Place To Shop! We offer the largest selection of patio swings with many different material, styles and colors to choose from. Not sure what is best for your setting? Give us a call. After selling thousands of swings we know what works. Shop securely and confidently from the comfort of your home 24 hours a day! We have been in business over 8 years and have thousands of happy customers. For your payment convenience we accept all major credit cards and PayPal. No pricing gimmicks. Free shipping on all products and we only have to collect sales tax if it is shipping to Florida. Certified Product Specialists know the products we carry! Have a question – give us a call. We launched a Ships Quick program in 2016 for our customers who need a porch swing fast! Several exclusive product lines – Porchgate, Hyde Park Swings, Barn-Shed-Play, and Cushion Perfect only found at ThePorchSwingCompany.com Comprehensive Buying Guides to make finding the perfect item easy! Here are just some of our porch furniture products features: We offer over 8 material options from resin wicker to maintenance free poly recycled plastic for any outdoor environment. All of our poly items also features stainless steel hardware so no need to worry about rust. We are proud to carry a large selection of American made products! Most products are offered with a custom fit premium cushion so you can complete your entire order in one place. Our Cushion Perfect cushion line features only durable Sunbrella fabric options. We carry both residential and commercial rated products so we are equipped to handle any client. We are an authorized dealer for all the products shown on our website. Products are backed by full manufacturer warranties We take great pride in being your destination for quality porch furniture! Please let us know if we can help you with any questions.front porch swing 1The Best Porch Swings For Sale Everyday ThePorchSwingCompany.com is an online outdoor furniture shop dedicated to porch furniture – porch swings, outdoor gliders, and rocking chairs. We thought be focusing on just these three product categories we could be the best at them offering our customers the largest selection, best pricing, and product knowledge to back it up. We dare you to search for a better selection for furniture for your porch. If you find a swing we don’t carry, please let us know as we would love to carry it. We have recently added a large number of porch swing beds as we think they fit our existing production selection. They have been an instant hit. Looking for the ultimate in outdoor luxury comfort then one of the Lowcountry Swing Beds are for you. Don’t have the space for one? We don’t want you to fill left out. Now our favorite Amish brand A&L furniture has made their best selling Marlboro swing bed available in porch swing size! Swings not your things then our patio gliders are for you. They are comfortable and the smooth gliding motion will put you to sleep. They don’t require any ceiling support or stand for enjoyment. Happy New Year! We are so excited about 2017 and all the exciting new products we have in store. We will be dramatically expanding our tree swings category and will be introducing over 15 new styles. Stay tuned we will be adding several new styles over January and February. Also now is great time to shop before the new price changes go into effect.front porch swing 22 × A green-painted Adirondack-style swing with room for three. For the most part, swing seats come 4 or 5 feet long; they may be contoured or flat. Seat depth varies widely, from 18 to 36 inches. The porch swing Norm built measures 4 feet long and has a seat that is 18 inches deep, dimensions he finds just right. Since comfort comes down to personal preference, it’s a good idea to test-drive a swing before you buy. Style differences emerge mainly in the swing’s back: It may be squared off or curved, and constructed with horizontal or vertical slats, which may be set close together or spaced wide apart. While the peaked back of an Adirondack-style might seem more appropriate for the porch of a clapboard cottage than a brick Georgian, most swings can adapt to their architectural surroundings with the addition or omission of fabric-covered cushions. Whatever way a porch swing is personalized, its appeal remains universal. When Suzanne Henninger bought her cottage four years ago, “the swing was the very first thing I added,” she says. “When friends come to visit me, they rock on that swing, then go home and buy one. It’s contagious.”front porch swing 3A green-painted Adirondack-style swing with room for three. For the most part, swing seats come 4 or 5 feet long; they may be contoured or flat. Seat depth varies widely, from 18 to 36 inches. The porch swing Norm built measures 4 feet long and has a seat that is 18 inches deep, dimensions he finds just right. Since comfort comes down to personal preference, it’s a good idea to test-drive a swing before you buy. Style differences emerge mainly in the swing’s back: It may be squared off or curved, and constructed with horizontal or vertical slats, which may be set close together or spaced wide apart. While the peaked back of an Adirondack-style might seem more appropriate for the porch of a clapboard cottage than a brick Georgian, most swings can adapt to their architectural surroundings with the addition or omission of fabric-covered cushions. Whatever way a porch swing is personalized, its appeal remains universal. When Suzanne Henninger bought her cottage four years ago, “the swing was the very first thing I added,” she says. “When friends come to visit me, they rock on that swing, then go home and buy one. It’s contagious.”front porch swing 4For the most part, swing seats come 4 or 5 feet long; they may be contoured or flat. Seat depth varies widely, from 18 to 36 inches. The porch swing Norm built measures 4 feet long and has a seat that is 18 inches deep, dimensions he finds just right. Since comfort comes down to personal preference, it’s a good idea to test-drive a swing before you buy. Style differences emerge mainly in the swing’s back: It may be squared off or curved, and constructed with horizontal or vertical slats, which may be set close together or spaced wide apart. While the peaked back of an Adirondack-style might seem more appropriate for the porch of a clapboard cottage than a brick Georgian, most swings can adapt to their architectural surroundings with the addition or omission of fabric-covered cushions. Whatever way a porch swing is personalized, its appeal remains universal. When Suzanne Henninger bought her cottage four years ago, “the swing was the very first thing I added,” she says. “When friends come to visit me, they rock on that swing, then go home and buy one. It’s contagious.”front porch swing 5How to Hang It Suzanne Henninger’s treasured blue swing in Seaside, FL. When positioning a porch swing, allow for at least a 4-foot arc for the swing to move through. As for height off the floor, use 17 inches as a starting point, and adjust from there. Hanging chains can be stainless or galvanized steel; if you prefer the look of rope, make sure it is marine-grade braided nylon or polyester, and check it regularly for signs of wear. “The biggest thing in installing a porch swing is to make sure it goes into something structural,” says TOH general contractor Tom Silva. In Seaside, Florida, where many of the porches feature exposed beams and joists, and most of the cottages were built in the past 15 years, town carpenter Jim Eichberger uses stainless steel screw-eyes with a 4-inch shaft as hanging hardware. He first drills a pilot hole slightly smaller than the shaft, then twists the screw-eye into place as far as it will go, using a screwdriver wedged through the eye for the final tightening. Tom Silva is more accustomed to working on the porches of older homes, where the condition of joists is often hidden by a finished wood ceiling. Rather than remove a section of the ceiling and have to replace the whole thing later, he prefers to cut a 3-by-3-foot hole in the porch roof and patch it when he’s done. From the roof, he predrills holes through the joists, then inserts 6-inch machine-threaded eyebolts through the ceiling and joists, securing them with nuts. (A threaded connector and nut can be used to lengthen a 6-inch eyebolt, if needed.) If the joists aren’t located exactly in line with where you want to put your swing, Tom advises hanging a timber between two joists, then putting the eyebolt through the timber and securing the nut. Where a swing is to be installed parallel to a single joist and older, full-dimension lumber isn’t in place, the joist should be sistered. “It’s definitely more of a pain to do it this way,” says Tom — and likely to take the project out of the hands of most do-it-yourselfers. “But it’s the safest, strongest approach. I wouldn’t feel comfortable any other way.”

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