Uwharrie Chair Co. Wave Porch Swing combines classic American styling with extraordinary comfort and character. This heavy, generously scaled product is hand crafted from thick, kiln-dried, pressure-treated southern yellow pine-- an American renewable resource. A distressed finish treatment provides an antique, weathered appearance. With its rugged good looks and solid construction, this swing will provide comfort and character for years to come.
*Wave Swing comes in Left or Right options. Please note in Comments section at Checkout which you would prefer.
- Suitable for residential or commercial use
- Porch Swing Material: Wood -- Pine
- Swing Frame Material: Wood -- Pine
- Choose from multiple finish options (*Please note: Natural wood option will mature to a silver patina)
- Included: Chain
- Not Included: Frame; Canopy; Cushions
About the Manufacturer
Today the Uwharrie Mountains and Uwharrie National Forest are known for their abundance of wildlife, deep recreational lakes, and peaceful, natural beauty. The name is synonymous with rustic charm and relaxation, perhaps the best description of the Original Uwharrie Chair.
A number of environmental objections plague most outdoor furniture products. Tropical lumber harvesting devastates rainforests, old growth deforestation threatens endangered species, and plastics disposal harms the environment. Whether or not these alarms are overstated, the concerns behind them are valid. Uwharrie Chair Company offers a simple alternative to imported teak, painted metal or hardwood, and molded plastic: pressure treated pine.
The wood of choice for ski lodge decks, marina docks, and landscape walks, treated lumber offers distinct advantages over other traditional outdoor materials. It is insect and rot resistant, it may be stained or painted (or left natural), and it's milled from a renewable resource: plantation grown southern pine. Uwharrie Chair Company uses heavy, one inch thick premium grade lumber kiln dried after it has been treated. Paints used to coat Uwharrie Chair products are latex enamel.