Hammock Hanging, Care + Use
Q: Will tree hooks hurt my trees?
A: No, tree hooks will not affect the health of the tree, but it will leave a hole however. We recommend using tree straps. This will also allow you to move your hammock from place to place easily. It also helps in adjusting the height without putting additional holes in your tree.
Q: Can I sleep in a hammock?
A: We've had customers replace beds with hammocks but it really depends on personal preference. In South America, hammock napping is standard practice but not so much here in the U.S.
Q: My son has a hammock, which he loves, but the weave is a little too wide so it is less comfortable than he would like. We would consider replacing it with one of your Queen Hammocks, but what can you tell us about the tightness of the weave?
A: We use a soft-spun yarn, which feels really nice and you don't get that waffle imprint in your skin the way you do with other hammock weaves. The interwoven Triple Weave is a free-flowing, close knit weave that contours to your body and shifts while you move.
Q2: That sounds good. Is it durable?
A: The Queen-size supports 330 lbs. we just recommend avoiding buttons, zippers, and anything that can get caught in the yarn, but that's the case with most rope hammocks. what's especially nice about our hammocks is that they're weatherproof and UV resistant. Not sure where your's is hung up right now but that's one of the big selling points we like to share.
Q: Do you sell hammock stands?
Q: I have a hammock stand already. Are you hammocks compatible with my hammocks stand?
A: Since not all stands and hammocks are made alike, you want compare the specs of the stand with the hammock. If your stand is more than 12 ft. long, you could possibly use rope or chain to make up for the extra length as long as you stand is not too low to the ground (under 3.5 ft.).
Q: Do your hammocks include hanging hardware?