How to Hang Hammock Swings

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Hammock swings – When most people imagine their time spent in a hammock, they imagine themselves resting among palm trees in an exotic country with a tasty drink in hand. Hanging a hammock swing from your porch offers a relaxing option for the enjoyment of warm weather. Hammock swings typically have a capacity of 350 lbs. and are suitable for an occupant, providing a vertical position for swinging back and forth. You can install a hammock swing from a solid beam on the roof of the porch, with an oscillating hook in a hardware store or in the hammock installation kit. Hammock swings offer simple installation and disassembly methods.

Measure at least 3 feet from the wall or railing of your porch, using the tape measure. This allows a space to swing back and forth on the hammock swings. Standing on a ladder positioned 3 feet from the wall or railing. Run a beam detector on the roof of the porch to find a solid beam from which to hang the swing. The studies finder will beep or blink when it passes over a roof beam. Mark the point on the ceiling with chalk.

Drill a pilot hole half the diameter of the hammock swings hook. Screw the swing hammock hook onto the roof of the porch, turning it clockwise with a screwdriver until the eye of the screw is in contact with the roof. Place the hammock ring for the roof hook. The hammock should sit about 2 feet above the ground. If the hammock is too high from the porch floor, connect one end of a link chain to S-hook, connect the S-hook to the hammock ring, and then place a chain link around the roof hook. Wear eye protection when using power tools. The hammock store website warns against vigorously propelling the swing hammock.

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