The preferred ceiling mount option

One of most common questions is “how do I mount my swing?” Or people think that their swing should come with eye hooks. But there are so many different ways to mount a swing, from an eye hook to an over the beam system to a stand and much more, it is impossible for a swing manufacturer to know your specific mounting needs. Plus, it is also to make sure your mounting system is your choice and your installation.

Over the years I have gotten great feedback from customers on mounting systems. My new favorite is a plate with a ring. Sometimes called “surface mounts” sometimes called “plate tie downs” or other things too! I have found them at Tractor Supply Company and hardware stores. At Lowes and Home Depot they are located near tie downs and towing equipment,

Sex Swing Ceiling Mount

The hook option:


This hook can be used say in a hallway on each wall with a Dual Hook style swing or using 4 (2 on each wall spaced about apart) for a sling.

This wall mounting is ideal for limited bedroom space, apartments that have cement ceilings but framed walls, and so forth. Make sure you are securing into a stud.

Then there are the O or D ring options:

These would be in the ceiling. Again making sure the brackets are secure in a joist. These are also the perfect option to use when wanting to hide a sex swing hook. You could just use a hollowed out smoke detector and remove it when you want to use the hook.

Why I love these style Sex Swing Hooks!

As far as a mounting point in your ceiling, it is one of the strongest options you can have. Some of these style hooks hold upwards of “3,600 PER HOOK! WHAT…. That is like a car! The reason is that they have multiple points of attachment. Say the surface plate has four screws vs. a standard eye hook that only has one long screw. That eye hook especially applied with downward force from using a sex swing, is more likely to fail and pull out of the ceiling. Whereas a surface plate has four screws, and the pressure is on the center of the plate, placing the force and weight over four different points per mount. So if you have a dual hook, you will have eight points of strength, this is substantial.

Remember, no matter how you mount your swing, always use a spring! It helps to remove some of the direct force on the mounting point.

~ Angela

Also check out our sex swing installation section for more mounting ideas.