A single plastic porch swing can be a great choice for you if you are looking for something cool and relaxing for your home but don’t want to get messed up in regular cleaning and maintenance affairs! Our composite porch swings are a low-maintenance and long-lasting alternative to wooden porch swings while providing much-needed durability and sustainability.
Place a single porch swing or a set of plastic porch swings in your garden or backyard of your home to enjoy some time in nature - appreciating beautiful and relaxing surroundings!
Explore a range of composite porch swings with various sizes, designs, and colors, and order your favorite one today!
Our plastic porch swings are handcrafted in the USA with the most preferred and superior quality of the cedars. Based on the product you select, you may also get a weatherproofed cushion shipped with the swing, and you can hang the swings with either chain or porch swing rope.
The best part is that the plastic porch swings are stained with natural-kote, a soy-based wood stain that will rejuvenate, preserve and protect your furniture.
The best way to use a plastic porch swing is to place them in your front garden or backyard to enjoy quality time with your loved ones or yourself!
Imagine sitting on a single porch swing in the evening after you return from the office, grabbing a cup of coffee or beer to relax.
Consider adding complementary furniture to give your home furniture a final and finishing touch.
To keep your plastic swing in the best possible condition, avoid exposing it to extreme weather conditions and clean it off once in a while.
To keep your furniture clean and maintained, get a wet towel and some dish soap; give it a quick rinse, and you’re done. You can also use a light-pressure washer if you want.
Yes, you can put rocking chairs on the front porch of a federal brick home as it adds up to the aesthetics of your home while making your overall liveability much more comfortable.
Generally, a porch swing is 4 to 6 feet long, but you can also find 7 feet porch swings. The seat depth varies from 18 to 36 inches; if it is less than 18 inches deep, it will be too narrow to be comfortable.
The weight limit for a porch swing depends on the strength of the chains and front and back legs. On average, porch swings have a weight capacity of 500 to 550 lbs. Our swings offer 800 lbs per side.
You can place the face of your porch swing the way you like - be it in front of a garden or on the back side of your home. As long as you can enjoy aesthetic scenarios and feel relaxed, you’ve placed your porch on the right face.
To enjoy a smooth swing, you need to place your porch swing at least 4 feet away from the wall for the swing to travel back and forth easily. Plus, a porch swing would need 14 inches of clearance on each side.