“Hammock could be the best possible way of arranging a comfortable sleeping arrangements whether you are in indoor or outdoor. It can be hanged either in the permanent basis or in those special occasions when you need extra beds. A well strung hammock can give you hours of relaxation in front of your favorite view or space.
Knowing how to hang a hammock indoors properly doesn’t mean that you have to be an expert craftsman. It only requires some basic techniques and some essential hardware to make it strongly anchored. An appropriate installation of hammock can prevent damage to the indoor walls and also user’s injury.”
To hang a hammock efficiently you need to look at the following criteria:
- Choice of Hammock: At first you need to find out which hammock will be best for you. Mainly take care of the ratio between room’s area and the hammock’s total area also taken the color and design which will the best suit with your interior design. “Indoor hammocks are mainly offered as a chair, a swing or the traditional reclining unit. Think what will be the best use of your hammock and then purchase the best one that matches those requirements as diligently as possible.”
- Measurement of Space: Always make sure that you have enough room in the room for your desired hammock. Calculate for the full hammock measure, including the stand. On the off chance that you need to mount a vertically hung loft, check the roof height to make sure there is sufficient freedom to the ceiling floor.To measure it accurately at first stretch the hammock to its full length on the floor. Then measure the total length of the hammock from end to end, which means from one ring to another. Take at least 20-25 inches to the actual measured length, which determine the required distance between the wall studs on two opposite or perpendicular walls to hang the hammock.
- Studs: Always use an electric stud finder to locate studs in each wall that are directly across and have the required distance to hang the hammock. If you want to place the hammock permanently then place a 2*4 across or across 2 or more studs and mount the hooks for the hammock to that plank. Use an electric stud finder to locate and mark the exact point on the wall in the center of the stud. It must be 8 feet above from the floor on both wall studs. Now drill at least 3/16 inch hole into the marks you have made on the walls using an electric drill. Now wrap a heavy 5/16 “lanyard hole up to 4 ¾ inches into the hole in the hole you drilled into a wall. Screw in the hole by hand until it becomes challenging and then grasp it with an adjustable wrench to screw it up. The bolt eye does not stand against the wall. Repeat the same process on the other wall Slide the end of a heavy stainless steel suspension hook into each of the eyepiece bolts and secure the ring to each end of the ‘Hammock at the other end of the S hooks.
- Suspension in the ceiling: Put four hinges on both edge ceiling. Each pair of hooks must be located every 2 feet away from the hook in one-foot bed. For example, if the bed hangs below the six-foot roof, at the end of each end the fingers must be at least 3 feet. Connect the wire to the ceiling hooks.
- Assembling Hammock: In most of the cases assembling a hammock means installing the spreader bars at the end of the fabric. This spreader bar will help you to distribute the weight of the person using the hammock by anchoring the tie lines in the measured intervals. Without this, a hammock might fold up on itself. Which results in a severe un-comforting to the user.The aid of a small slip downwards using another most spreaders, for the most part using the device, or connect and share with the deeds of spreader clips to the tent of a single night latch. Once they are firmly fixed to the night, both sides kept the feet of the clips or the patricians that -slaves of spreaders.
- Safety Tips:
- Install hammock hooks at 8 feet above the floor because it will give space when the ropes on the hammock stretch over time.
- Minimal hang distance for a hammock of standard size is around 9 feet.
- On the off chance that your room is little, mount the hammock slantingly over a corner. Otherwise, there will be excessively hung, and it will become uncomfortable.
- Wall studs are most effortless found at corners and around window outlines.
- Consult a builder regarding any queries about hanging the hammock.
- Do not drill into the plaster. Drill into the center points of timber construction without destroying the walls or ceiling.
- Always use protective gloves while handling ropes, chains, screws, and wood.
- Always have a protective rug or carpet under your hammock.
- Ensure that every one of the hooks, screws, and knots utilized are as tight as would be prudent.
- Make sure to use hammocks and wall fasteners which can support larger people ensuring safety.
- Always allow only one person in the hammock and do not wrestle in the hammock.
If you are looking for flexibility or portability, you can always buy a hammock stand for your indoor hammock. This way, you can hang your hammock anywhere you have the required space. Also, you can often choose a color that best complements your hammock. Plus, with a stand, you do not have to make anything extra or drill any holes.
After installing the hammock correctly with the required hardware, hang your hammock with the clips and enjoy whenever you like. Depending on where your hammock is set up you may even find it useful for making a great extra bed for guests during the winter seasons.