SunniBlog / Do It Yourself Patio Repairs
Are you having issues taking the correct measurement for your replacement slings? Fret not. This article is for you!
You might find that your swivel rocker chair will experience wear and tear with regular use. This is completely normal, and minor repairs can be done to get it back to brand new condition. One of the most common things to break or become damaged is the rocker spring plate. You’ll often be able to see visible cracks on the plate, which is a sure sign they need replacing.
If your swivel patio chair is swinging from side to side, there could be one of two things wrong. Firstly, your swivel tilt mechanism could be broken, or it could be your seat post bushing. The seat post bushing is a small plastic insert that goes inside the post of the base.
Your swivel patio chair has been a wonderful addition to your outdoor space for a few years now. The soothing rotation and rocking motion allows you to relax and enjoy your garden in the most comfortable of ways. But, what happens when that soothing motion is suddenly interrupted? Perhaps you swivel chair has got stiff and squeaky. It’s certainly not as relaxing any more when you have to put in considerable effort to get the chair to swivel around at all. The chances are, your chair would be perfectly fine with a little TLR and a few replacement swivel chair parts.
Your much-loved glider rocker patio chair has been a feature of your garden for years. Its smooth rocking, back and forth motion is soothing and relaxing, allowing you to while away the time in your garden, particularly in those temperate summer months. But, what if something goes wrong? What if your smooth glider is, well, not smooth anymore? Perhaps it has got broken or maybe turned screechy or squeaky. Whatever the problem, we can help to fix it!