Build a Gliding Composite Porch Swing : Synthetic Porch Swings

Spike the 17-inch section of two and four between the top and middle 22-inch pieces to add a decorative element to the frame. Use a hammer to hit the boards in place for a tight fit. Nail a 24-inch piece on top of the structure to create armrest. The 4-inch side is facing upwards. Run at least one nail in each of the 27-inch standing parts of the structure. Build one second, matching pieces for the other end of sliding composite porch swing. Nail a 10-inch section of two-of-four to the inside of my 22-inch piece on each side of the frame. Raise a 52-inch piece of two-for-four on each side of the 10-inch piece with the wide side facing outwards, then nail into place.

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