Creekvine Designs Cedar Adirondack Chair Style Porch Swing WF9009CVD
Wish your comfy Adirondack chair could give the gently sway of a porch swing? Wish your porch swing had the coveted style of an Adirondack chair? Well, look no further; this Adirondack porch swing made from western red cedar combines the fashion of an Adirondack chair with the lift of a porch swing!
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Material: Western Red Cedar
Hardware: Zinc Plated Steel
- Overall: 53 "W x 26"D x 32"H
- Seat & Back: 45"W x 18"D x 28"H
Weight: 53 lbs.
- Capacity: 425 lbs.
- Not Included: Hanging Hooks
Features: Optional Stain/ Sealer in Cedar - Add'I 28% Fee
Rounded & Sanded Edges
Made in the U.S.A.
Free Zinc Plated Chains Included
Assembly: Partially Assembled
Material - about #1 Grade Western Red Cedar
A Wood of Warmth And Beauty
Above everything, Western Red Cedar is a stunningly beautiful wood. It has a richly textured, tactile grain in its normal, unfinished state, with a palette of soft, mellow tones ranging from light amber to deep honey brown. The natural luster of cedar cannot be duplicated by any man-made material. It also remains subtly aromatic, and the characteristic fragrance of cedar adds another dimension to its universal appeal
The Gift of Durability
Natural oils in Western Red Cedar serve as preservatives, helping the wood withstand insect attack, termites, and decay. Cedar is a dimensionally stable wood that remains straight and smooth. Western Red Cedar, when properly finished and preserved, ages gracefully and lasts for several years.
If left unstained/unsealed, Western Red Cedar will weather to a silver/gray patina look and will maintain a very smooth texture.
For the majority of our cedar furniture, we suggest a basic cedar tone stain, but you can prefer a different color. Many stain/sealers come in a range of colors and can be found at your nearest hardware store or home center. We suggest Wolman's F&P, Cabot (which has a wide range of bright colors), and Behr.
Hardware - Zinc Plated Steel
Standard zinc-plated screws, washers, bolts, and nuts are examples of zinc-plated hardware. Since zinc corrodes at a slower pace than steel, it resists corrosion.
Aside from the attractive appearance that zinc plated hardware lends to goods, it also has a number of functional advantages:
- Among the non-cadmium platings tested, alkaline zinc-nickel plating proved to be the most salt-spray resistant.
- Alkaline zinc-nickel plating is as good as or better than cadmium plating in terms of corrosion resistance.