Even better than before!We think all our porch swings are pretty fantastic, but we also know each one could be even better with a little help. That's why we give you the option to add on our comfort springs and hanging hooks. You'll love the security you get with these swing hangers. Each one is covered in high-impact ABS plastic to prevent rusting. The metal comfort springs are pretty much the best porch swing accessory ever. Each one has a 600-lb. weight capacity and they're super shock absorbers. They give your swing a little extra bounce. The Richmond is what relaxing is all about. With all hanging hardware included, this swing offers a fast assembly of about 30 minutes. In no time, you'll be sitting back, swinging away the afternoon and enjoying the beauty of this swing on your porch. It's crafted of sturdy red shorea (red lauan) to last year after year, and its classic slat design offers the utmost in comfort. Nothing compares to the soothing charm of a porch swing, and our Richmond is one you'll cherish. Please note that it is recommended to let your porch swing sit outside for 2-3 days before sitting on it to let the stain air out and completely dry. Dimensions 4-foot swing: 48L x 26W x 25H inches 5-foot swing: 60L x 26W x 25H inches Chain length: 40 inches (upper) 28 - 32 inches (lower) Total hanging length: 68 - 72 inches (from arm to ceiling) About Shorea Wood and Linseed Oil Shorea is possibly the best wood choice for outdoor furniture. Related to Burma teak, this hardwood grows naturally and plentifully in the Pacific Rim countries. Because shorea is dense, heavy, and hard, and contains an abundance of natural oils, it is highly resistant to rot, bug infestation, weather, and marring. Shorea (red lauan) wood will have variations is color - from a red to a yellow cast. The Shorea wood for this item is treated with linseed oil. Linseed oil is not a varnish. The oil soaks into the pores of the wood leaving a shiny (not glossy) surface that shows off the grain of the wood. Linseed oil helps protects the wood from denting by compression and from accelerated deterioration.