So many of us shared dreams and built memories in our porch swings. For that reason, many swings became family heirlooms and are coveted family treasures. If you would like to have a perfect porch swing to leave to your children and grandchildren, you need the best of the best: Amish swings. Amish have centuries of tradition making fine furniture for American homes. Each piece is crafted with exquisite skill and attention to detail. Traditionally, Amish porch swings were made of hardwoods or pine, but more modern Amish swings are made of polywood, synthetic wood made of recycled plastic. That does not mean that these new Amish swings are any less perfectly crafted. Amish craftsmen are just showing that they are aware that the times changed and they are trying to contribute to the conservation of the environment. Just like they used to choose a perfect piece of wood for their traditional Amish swings in the past, they are now choosing to conserve our forests. Whether you choose Amish swings made of cedar, pine, aspen or polywood, you will have a swing worth keeping for generations.