Comes in a variety of colors to match your style. Made from recycled plastic that stands up well to the elements. Durable, and has a 500-pound weight capacity. Choose a 4' or 5' swing. 64" x 24" x 22"
Higher price point. Assembly is difficult. Some consumers gripe about quality control issues that include missing/broken pieces upon delivery.
Made with quality hardwood that looks great and feels durable. Affordable price point. Has beautiful wood bronze powder-coated accents. Can accommodate up to 500 pounds. 52" x 27" x 24.8"
Some have said the wood treatment tends to rub off. Some components have pre-drilled holes that aren't aligned correctly, making assembly frustrating.
Offers a basic yet attractive slat design with natural wood finish. Durable, and rated to hold up to 500 pounds. At 48"x 20.5 x 22", it's suitable for smaller porches. Price is reasonable.
Assembly instructions are confusing and lack detail. Some packages arrived with damaged pieces.
Pre-finished with premium grade Glacier Country exterior stain, this porch swing is made with high-quality craftsmanship and beautiful Lodge Pole Pine wood. Available in 3 different finishes. Slanted seat and back design helps repel moisture build up. Well made. 52" x 24"x 24"
Price falls on the higher end of the spectrum. Weight capacity is rated for only 350 pounds.
Has its own steel frame, so you can place it on the porch, patio, or deck with no need to suspend it from an overhead structure. Has an adjustable canopy and 2 individual cushioned seats. Weight capacity is 250 pounds per seat. Includes 2 cup holders.
Measures 67"x 53.5"x 67, so it takes up a bit of space. Somewhat challenging to assemble. Seat cushions are comfortable, but the fabric is prone to fading.
A porch swing can quickly become one of your favorite spots to relax at home. A porch swing is a bench with chains attached, and is usually designed to hang from the ceiling of a covered porch. These swings come in many different materials. The best width will depend on how much space your porch affords. Wood is a sturdy, beautiful and long-lasting option; however, there are nice swings on the market in other materials, such as plastics or metal. When looking for a porch swing consider the height of the back of the swing. The shape of the bench may be either ergonomically curved for comfort, or a basic flat surface. Also keep in mind the length and strength of the chains designed to hold the swing – an important consideration depending on how much weight will sit on it.
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