“My hope is that those who choose to purchase one of my swings
cherish it, care for it and make it a family
heirloom.” Tom McGrady
have acquired a quality piece of furniture. It was designed to last many years
with minimal maintenance. However like everything else if you want it to serve
you well you must take care of it
your furniture is exposed to the elements the most important thing you can do
to protect it is to cover it when you are not using it.
on the amount of exposure your outdoor furniture will need attention every few years
to as many as six or seven years. You should apply the same finish as the
original coating. Seek professional help if needed. Failure to do so could jeopardize your guarantee.
can clean debris and dirt from your furniture with a duster or the garden hose.
Use a sponge and warm soapy water if needed. If you use the hose be sure you
remove the excess water with a towel or leaf blower to avoid water marks left by our
finish on you’re Redwood Garden Arbor is virtually maintenance free. Each Arbor
receives two coats of Redwood penetrating oil stain. Once vegetation starts
growing on the Garden Arbor you literally do nothing to the finish. Redwood
ages very nicely.
spring perform an inspection to make sure the bolts are tight, the chain and
all hardware is secure and check the overall condition of you’re Porch Swing
and Garden Arbor.
you ever have any questions, feel free to phone me. I make myself available for
spring inspections and to refresh your furniture with a new coat of finish for
a reasonable charge.