Simple Classic Swinging Fun! Our Disk Swing Seat allows you to place a swing almost anywhere. Just add a rope and get swinging!
- Design: Simple classic design. Just select a hole for the rope you will use, feed it through and tie a knot underneath the swing seat.
- Quality: Constructed with finely finished weather resistant Redwood that makes the disk both beautiful and durable.
- Customize: Select the sealant of your choice from the options available under More Options.
- Assembly: No assembly required. Ships fully assembled.
Specifications has the following sections, any of which you may go to directly by clicking on it:
DIMENSIONS & DRAWINGS
The Disk Swing is available in 3 sizes: 12, 15 and 18 inch diameters. The 12 inch size is ideal for kids up to 10 years old. The 15 inch size is ideal for all kids and average sized adults. The 18 inch swing works for anyone or any size. Disk Swing Seat Capacity is 450 lbs however, ultimate weight bearing capacity will depend what you use to attach the seat (e.g., rope, chain, etc.) and what you attach it to (e.g., a tree).
Save money on your disk swing seat by foregoing the stainless steel chain and hardware and instead using good quality rope at a fraction of the cost. Just choose the 1/2-inch hole (or a larger hole) to add a thick rope. Just loop the rope through the seat's center hole and make a good strong knot or two underneath the seat to hold the rope in place. No chain, no eyebolts less cost and it's the old-fashioned way to do it! The most popular rope size chosen is 3/4" thick. But, if you can find 1" thick rope at your hardware store, the wider rope is easier to hold on to. Seats are available in 3 sizes: 12, 15 and 18 inch diameter. 12 inches is for children up to age 9. 15 inches is for kids of all ages and average sized adults. 18 inches can be used by anyone including large adults.
The Disk Swings Seat ship fully assembled. Just unpack and enjoy.
All You Need is a Few Tools and a Friend.
Assembly is best done by two people and usually takes about half a day to a day, depending on size. Pergolas need a ratchet wrench, a hammer and a ladder to put them together. In some cases, you might need a drill to attach the posts into concrete. As with all our products, we preassemble pergolas in our shop to ensure everything fits together. All hardware is included and all parts are clearly labeled before it is shipped. We also include detailed step-by-step instructions.
Take a look at our assembly instructions below for specific details. If you plan to pour concrete to hold the posts, the project will require an additional half day prior to assembly. Please do the concrete pour a few days prior to assembly to allow the concrete to cure.
Special talent is not required to re-assemble our pergolas. But, if you would like help, just let us know. We have our own team for installations in California, Nevada and Southern Arizona and a network of local contractors we recommend for farther afield.
Care: Your Forever Redwood Furniture will last for decades in year-round weather without maintenance.
Depending on the wood grade you choose, even with harsh year-round outdoor conditions, you can expect your furniture to last from ten to forty years without maintenance of any kind.
Being outside year-round is rough on any woods finish. The surface absorbs UV rays, pollution, constant variations in moisture and temperature and it also oxidizes. This is why most wood just doesn’t hold up and the surface color slowly changes towards a silver patina over the years. But, with Forever Redwood, you don’t have to worry. The silver patina is surface deep only (less than 1/64") and is not indicative of decay. Your set will last decades and is not compromised in any way by the surface color change. For example, we keep our display items as is without refinishing to show off this natural aging (we like the patina!).
Although Forever Redwood is maintenance-free, we recommended you take a few minutes as needed to clean by either hosing down and/or brushing/dusting away accumulated debris (no soap or chemicals needed). If you’d like to keep your set looking its best for decades, please go to: Care and Finish.