Relieve the Stress of Your Day with a Log Yard Swing

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Log Yard Swings for the OutdoorsLooking to relax and relieve some of the day’s stress, but are not sure where to go?  With our log yard swing you don’t need to go any farther than your own yard.  Relax in our log swing which features contoured seat slats for the utmost in sitting comfort.  The seat slats conform to the natural shape of your body for maximum comfort and support. Lean back and swing your stress away on a rustic swing that was designed from the ground up to be as comfortable as it is durable. We carefully hand make each rustic yard swing using Northern White Cedar Logs – no brittle and weak imported Chinese fir logs found here!  Don’t be fooled by cheap look-a-likes.  Made from Northern White Cedar our CF1128 Contoured Comfort Log Yard Swing is naturally resistant to rot and insect damage. All logs are kiln dried thus most of the checking (cracking) will have already occurred.  Checking occurs when the logs dry and the cells shrink causing the wood to split.  We stress test all of our dried logs before putting them into production to ensure that the cracks have not weakened the logs.  Read more about checking and cracking in our article here.  Checking gives cedar log furniture its natural rustic beauty. Our American Made log swing is made by my family’s company, Lakeland Mills, Inc, in Michigan.  Our heavy duty log swing weighs around 160lbs not 100lbs or less like many of the imported fir swings you may find.  Featuring a 5 ft comfortable sitting surface it will easily accommodate and support 3 average size people with ease. Your rustic swing will ship partially assembled with some basic and easy assembly required.  Read our article on how simple our outdoor log furniture is to assemble  here: Outdoor Log Furniture Assembly Instructions.  Complete in the box you will find rust resistant zinc dichromate hardware and easy to follow instructions. Remember, you can always find time to get away and relax when you don’t have to go farther than your own home.
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