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Swing sets are a staple of every childhood, but they’re even more fun when you build one yourself. Not only do swing sets provide hours of entertainment, but they also give your children a place to play outside and get some much-needed exercise. From hammocks to cradles, swingsets have been built from all types of using wood, metal and rope.

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Playgrounds are the ultimate place to let kids run, jump, and climb to their hearts’ content. Whether your family hits the local park or you bring it indoors for a home play area, taking safety first is key. Playgrounds inspire an active lifestyle and show kids the importance of physical activity early on. Here are 9 tips on how to choose the perfect playground that matches your kids’ needs.

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People who build their own playgrounds say that the thrill of seeing something they designed and built with their own sweat equity pay off is worth every penny saved. There are several reasons why you should consider doing it yourself. We are here to help you with the process
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The cost of an outdoor playset varies depending on the type, size, construction materials and the place that you purchase it. An average price is just under $2,000 to have a basic playset with swing, slide, surfacing and picnic table which is about 6 feet by 6 feet. The more elaborate or larger variety will most likely cost more.
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