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Swing-N-Slide Playsets Pine Bluff Play Set (Just Add 4x4's and Slide)
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Swing-N-Slide Playsets

Pine Bluff Play Set (Just Add 4x4's and Slide)

  • Provides up to 5 activities for up to 6 children at once
  • Comes with everything you need except lumber and slide
  • Quick and easy assembly in just 1-2 hours
$229.00 /each

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Product Overview

The Swing-N-Slide Pine Bluff Play Set can accommodate up to 6 children and help provide up to 5 play activities for hours of fun. This kit offers fast, convenient assembly with the e bracket system. The included full-dimensional, pre-cut lumber requires no cutting for easy installation. Just add 4x4s and choice of slide (all sold separately).

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  • 4x4s and Slide NOT included- see INSTALL CHECKLIST under Info & Guides for lumber requirements
  • Includes partial lumber, 2 swing seats and 4 swing hangers
  • 4 Swing hangers help provide base for play sets
  • Recommended slides are the Cool Wave Slide, Summit Slide or Side Winder Slide (all sold separately)
  • 48 in. High deck offers 10 sq. ft. of playing room for children
  • Full-dimensional pine lumber comes pre-cut for convenient assembly
  • Easy bracket system for fast and easy assembly
  • Requires six 4 in. x 4 in. x 8 ft. and one 4 in. x 4 in. x 10 ft. lumber lengths (not included) for complete installation
  • 1 - 2 Hours approximate build time
  • Weight capacity of 450 lbs. based on a maximum occupancy of 6 children under the age of 10
  • All Swing-N-Slide products are designed for single family residential use only, the item cannot be shipped to a commercial ship to address or used in a commercial setting
  • Meets and/or exceeds ASTM safety standards for backyard residential use only
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Would it be possible to buy a longer top beam so as to accommodate 3 swings instead of just two? Perhaps a 4x4x16 ?

What other supporting modifications would be needed if we got the much longer beam.
Asked by: JuliNC
Yes, as long as it's a 4x4 which all the hardware is made to fit. We bought longer pieces for the legs so we could bury the legs further down.
Answered by: Disappointed
Date published: 2015-10-22

can we buy pre-treated 4x4's or would we need to weather-stain it?

Asked by: crob
Thank you for your question regarding the type of wood needed on the 4x4's. We do not recommend buying anything other than pressure treated lumber, or lumber that has been kiln dried such as redwood and cedar. The most common type of pressure treated lumber is Southern Yellow Pine, and it is the most economical choice. Untreated pine used for any of the 4x4's is not recommended. I hope this information has been useful for you.
Answered by: SwingNSlideProductExpert
Date published: 2017-03-26

Climbing rocks?

Does this come with climbing rocks? The photo of the included materials and the instructions show no climbing rocks, but one of the reviews and the diagram of dimensions show the inclusion of climbing rocks.
Asked by: PPM
The kit I received came with 4 climbing rocks (blue, green, red, yellow).
Answered by: kdubs
Date published: 2016-09-20

Is the included lumber pre-treated will it need to be stained?

Asked by: Cay
Pine Bluff Play Set comes with Pressure treated pine that is ready to stain or water seal.
Answered by: SwingNSlideProductExpert
Date published: 2016-04-18
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Pine Bluff Play Set (Just Add 4x4's and Slide) is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 68.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from It took 2 experienced people about 4 hours to assemble. All of the provided materials were in the... It took 2 experienced people about 4 hours to assemble. All of the provided materials were in the box, and easy to assemble.
Date published: 2017-01-10
Rated 3 out of 5 by from It should be called swing and climb! I would NOT call it swing and slide unless the slide CAME wi... It should be called swing and climb! I would NOT call it swing and slide unless the slide CAME with it!
Date published: 2017-01-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Took about 4 hours for a professional handymen with carpentry skills to put together this set. So... Took about 4 hours for a professional handymen with carpentry skills to put together this set. So, plan accordingly. The two swings are very close to each other, so i recommend buying a longer beam to allow ample space between two swingers (and also the swingers and the side lumbers).
Date published: 2016-12-06
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Screws inferior. Have to predrill for them. Some pieces have... Screws inferior. Have to predrill for them. Some pieces have to be trimmed to fit. Cosequently, the estimated hour and a half is more like a day and a half. Also when including slide need an additional 4x4.
Date published: 2017-01-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Some advice, what it really costs, and Yes, its worth it. There are plenty of reviews that talk about how nice this product is and at the same time complain about how you have to buy a bunch of extra stuff. You will notice that they still give it 4 to 5 stars, why? Because it is so strong and so beautiful when completed, the picture does not do it justice. Here is some practical advice I can share that I gleaned from experience. What it actually costs as of May 7th 2012 and what you need to buy to complete it… The Set……………….…$209.00 The Slide……………..….$91.97 6 4x4s……………………$40.62 1 4x4x16’………………..$17.00 (You only really need a 4x4x10) 4” Deck Screws ………….$6.99 (optional) Subtotal…………………$365.58 Total with 8%tax………..$394.83 So you are really looking at $400 but then you might find the slide on craigslist and save $60 there. Yeah, way more expensive than the $170 metal ones, but really, you want that 5-foot tall swaying contraption in your yard? I read that others that did this, and I did it too…Buy 4” deck screws for putting the A-frames together (2x4 to 4x4) much stronger than what it comes with. If you do anything other than 10’ for the beam you will have to figure the measurements yourself, but it is well worth it for the extra swings. Just be really careful when you measure the beam for drilling holes for attaching the A-frames, this is the hardest part. I would recommend that you measure and drill the holes for the single A-frame (non-slide A-frame) and for only one of the slide holding A-frames, get those in place and then drill the final two holes for the other slide holding A-frame. We tried to do it all at once and our holes were off for the second slide holding A-frame and so we had to re-drill. Also the bolts they give you for attaching the A-frame can be frustrating, you could get it done a lot faster drilling through the square hole in the plate with the drill bit they give you and just installing ordinary bolts of that size (I can’t remember the size), we did that for the last one. Consider buying a 4x4x16’ vs. a 4x4x12’. I was able to give a little extra space between the two swings in the middle, but extended the 4x4, 32” over each end and was able to add a horsey swing and a twirl and whirl with plenty of room and strength for my little daughter. So I got 4 swings on a 2 swing set just buy buying a longer beam for the top. Some have said to use 4x6, I did not do this. I grabbed the end of the 4x4 and hung my 210lb body and that 32” overhang did not budge. You don’t need to use 9’ 4x4s for the A-frame, it is plenty tall. Obviously I considered doing this. As for other misc. notes, the directions are not great but not horrible, they do have them online if your box does not come with any, ours didn’t. It will take 6 – 10 hours. If you have a router, get the corners off the 4x4s, looks a lot nicer and no splinters, otherwise use sand paper. Others complained about warped boards, ours weren’t warped, they were fine, and they seemed to be sanded down pretty smooth so no concerns about splinters. Anyway, my 2 going on 3 daughter is thrilled, and having a ball out there every day. Yes you pay for more than what comes in the box, but it is so much nicer than those cheap metal ones
Date published: 2012-05-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A bit over priced for what you get, but a good kit if one does some tweaking! I put this together and added a 12 foot 4x6 beam on top instead of the 10 foot 4x4 as stated in instructions. Also I flipped the top beam mounting brackets around and ran bolts all the way through for better durability and strength/safety. I also used brass deck screws on some areas to add strength for places where kids may stand or jump so as to eliminate a break in a joint and a fall. A bit of common sense is advised when putting together to make it how YOU would see it being safe and fun.
Date published: 2012-04-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great swingset! I have been scouring the internet for the past 6 months looking for a swing set plus slide combo for our 2 year old. Our backyard is narrow and other swing sets would not fit. This one is the perfect size. The quality is top notch and it is VERY sturdy. Our neighbors paid $3000 for their swing set and couldn't believe the high quality, stability, and price of ours. It definately takes approx 4-5 hours to put together with 2 people. The directions are easy to read; it just takes time to organize everything, measure, and drill all the holes. We are just so proud of this purchase and our daughter loves it.
Date published: 2010-05-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Solid Swing Set, Well made, made a few adjustments. Purchased this set for my 4 year old daughter to play on, and she loves the set. Once fully assembled, the set is very sturdy and heavy with all the pressure treated wood I used. I can see the set holding up for many years. I used a tinted water seal on all the wood to help it hold up longer over time, and improve the look of the wood, but even without the painting it still took about 6 hours total assymbly time. When purchasing the set I would ask Home Depot to allow you to check the wood in the box before you take it home, all of the 2x4's included were twisted and warped which made it difficult to assymble the unit and have it all straight, square, and plumb. I would recommend getting a 12 foot main beam instead of a 10ft and modifying to have some more space between the swings and the support legs for when your little ones get sideways when they are swinging. I also added some 4" wide outdoor safety tread to the planks on the slide platform to help keep the little ones from slipping on the deck, and I added some extra safety handles from home depot identical to the ONE that was included with the set. I also beefed up the wood support under the the point of attachment for the slide, the 1x4 deck board included just did not seem like enough strength. I also added an extra cross brace to each side of the deck to close up the space to minimize little ones falling thru the gap. All of the metal braces work together to make the unit very solid. Directions could have been a little better, and screws could have been labeled better as to which goes where. You will definitely need two people for certain parts of the job. I'm pleased with the end result and the overall quality of the unit, only issue I had was the warped lumber making it hard to get everything square. Cool wave slide is a little flimsy, if you can afford it pop for the Alpine slide which is more sturdy. Even with buying the main lumber and slide seperate this is still a good buy for the unit. Wish they sold the hardware set without any lumber so you could make sure you got good straight pieces, but I guess it wouldn't be a no cut set then....
Date published: 2011-05-29
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