It's time to install your swing.

We are so glad you are here! 

By now, you have your swing and want to hang it up so your child can start 

enjoying all the benefits that come from swinging. Well, you're in the right place. 

No need to have advanced handyman knowledge to be able to hang your swing- 

just a few tools, and a few minutes!  

Follow the instructions below to install your outdoor swing.

Find your location

We recommend finding a branch that is at least 4-6 inches in diameter on a healthy tree (no dead branches please). The more level the branch the better.

You can also hang your swing from a beam, stud or swing set.

  • 1. Pre-drill hole

    Attach a 1/4 inch drill bit into the drill and drill a hole clockwise in the center of the beam. We think eyes are pretty amazing so we recommend sporting some sweet protective glasses while you do this.

  • 2. Screw in the eye bolt

    Twist the eye bolt into the hole that you just made, after a few turns you will need to use the screw driver for a little extra oomph. Use those muscles and continue to turn the screw until the threads are not visible. If you have a dual suspension repeat this step about 16-24 inches away.

  • 3. Hang the swing

    Your swing is fully assembled and ready to hang so at this point let's test it all out.

    Hook the swing up and give it a strong pull to make sure everything is secure. Enjoy your swing!

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  • 1. Hang up the tree straps

    Wrap your tree strap around the tree or branch. There are a few ways to do this and if you are having trouble, reach out and we are happy to coach you through it.

  • 2. Hang the swing

    Your swing is ready to hang! Your swing is fully assembled and ready to hang out of the box simple pick up the hardware and pull the slip knots out.

  • 3. Test and Adjust

    Give the ropes a sturdy tug to ensure a strong connection. You may need to adjust the ropes. You can do this by adjust the 4 knots below the dowels either up if you need to raise the height of the swing or down if you need to lower the swing. If the height is right make sure that the front and back bars are level. If they are not you can adjust the knots to level them.

Congrats!! You did it!

Remember to regularly look your set up over.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can the swings be used outdoors?

If you have the swing with the treated wood, your swing can be used outdoors.

My swing is too long/ too short, can I adjust the height?

Yes! By adjusting the knots up or down on all 4 ropes you can change the level of your swing. We are happy to coach you through this. Reach out if you have questions.

Do you have a question that you still need answered? Reach out, we are here to help.