Swing Arbor build
In this video, I will be showing how to build a swing arbor to fit 3 large swings. check out the video to see how simple this can be!
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What a fun idea!
Looks good, where can I get those screws? is it ThruLok ?
I love this😍
Can you use 4x4s instead of 6x6s.
Love this, definitely gave me an idea of what I want to build. Just would need to make mine bigger, my fire ring is about 5ft round,lol
Very odd idea? 🤔
Too many swings🙄
Why not stain it before you erect it?
Fire pit too close.
1 swing would suffice and use chairs. Cover the top with pergola rafters and it will look better. 👌
What’s the perimeter of that square (ground)?
This arbor lacs artistic design elements. It should have done pergola style.
Do you guys have a more in depth video on details of material use. Etc etc.
You guys should build Playgrounds…Bet they’d come out looking great.
Simple and Beautiful 👌🏼👍🏼
GREAT project ! Thank you for the inspiration.
Learning how to put down Foundations was a bonus Thanks for that too.
How long were your Corner braces before the 45 degree cut? Thank you
I listened several times. Maybe I missed it. How tall and wide is the pergola? What size (in length) post did you use? Will 8 feet posts work?
I think it looks fine…great job!