Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Why Add Gorilla Play Sets to Your Backyard?

If you have kids or even grandchildren then you already know how incredibly active they can be and how much fun they love to have outdoors.  If you have the space in your backyard or front yard then you may want to consider adding in a gorilla play set.  This could be a pretty hefty expense but it may be something to consider if you’re looking to add some flare to your backyard and still keep the kiddos happy!

Gorilla play sets are really just large play areas for your children.  They can include things like a see-saw, a swing and slide and even jungle gym bars.  They can also include loft-like areas where your children can play or put a small table to have a picnic.

If you’ve ever seen them at your local stores then you probably already know how costly they can be but if you’re a carpenter and are handy then you may want to take on the task of creating your own to save a few dollars.

Gorilla play sets are a great investment for families for many reasons.  Oftentimes when we purchase a swing set it doesn’t withstand the elements.  I know as a child I had one that was a thick aluminum and the slide was made of heavy plastic.  The plastic didn’t last long and before you know it split in two.  The swings poles never really seemed to stay firmly on the ground and it was a bit of a scary situation every time we tried to play on it!

These days you can spend a bit more money and get a good quality product that’s either made of sturdy durable wood or even steel.  Yes, they still sell the other ones but if you’re looking for a great investment item then you may want to consider something more mammoth!

Another great reason to invest in one would be because you can pass them down from family to family.  If the play set is built out of quality materials then you could un-assemble it and reassemble it at another location.  This means that if your children outgrow it or aren’t getting much use out of it you could resell it or give it to someone else who will get use out of it.  Un-assembling it could be as easy as taking out a few nails and screws and putting it together at a new location.