Swing Set Assembly
Since when did playtime begin with unpacking and assembling? LMS Assembly understands that parents want to spend time with their children, not an instructions manual. That’s why our our certified technicians offer playset and swing set assembly services and are familiar with all the brands and models on the market today. We have installed more than 500 swing sets to date, and are capable of sorting through the huge boxes and hundreds of pieces to safely assemble the newest addition to your yard.
We are fully licensed and insured and offer a 90-day warranty on all playset and swing set assemblies. Our swing set assemblies begin at $300.00. Call us today at 757-395-0685 or get in touch with our team via our web form to get a quote for our swing set assembly services.
- They must get prior approval for the swing set if there community is part of a association.
- The boxes need to be within 20 feet of the assembly area prior to our arrival.
- Any pets need to be kept clear of the assembly area while the work is being preformed.
- Children need to be kept clear of the assembly area since construction is going on and safety is our first priority.
- If Area is more then 5% unlevel the area will need to be leveled prior to assembly.
- Client should not put mulch down till after assembly is complete.
- The technician needs a outlet available for tools during assembly.
Check all nuts and bolts twice monthly during the usage season for tightness. Tighten as required. It is particularly important to check & tighten bolts at the beginning of each season. Check swings, chains, and slides for cracks or deterioration. Replacement should be made at first sign of deterioration. Your play equipment should be inspected on a regular basis. If any of the following conditions are noted, they should be removed, corrected or repaired immediately to prevent injuries.
- Hardware that is loose or worn, or that has protrusions or projections.
- Scattered debris, litter, rocks, or tree roots within the play area.
- Rust and chipped paint on metal components.
- Splinters, structural wood imperfections, or decayed wood components.
- Missing or damaged equipment and or components, such as hardware, handholds, panel slats, etc.
It is also important to stain and seal the wood components of your play system as needed. This will not only keep your playset looking nice, but it will also prolong the life of the system by limiting moisture and UV rays that the wood is naturally exposed to. It is recommended that you use a high quality stain/sealant. Any reputable paint store will be able to recommend a suitable product for your play system.