Buddy Bench

Looking for a buddy bench as an addition to your school courtyard? At Smith Steelworks, we design durable buddy benches that are available with custom laser cut name inscriptions, powder coating colors, and size options. We cut each bench from a single sheet of metal that is bent into place. This process allows for fewer welds; creating a stronger, more durable bench. To get started on your school’s bench, give us a call at (801) 414-1724.

Bench Prices:

Select one of our bench styles below.

Blue Swooped Buddy Benches

Classic Arch Bench

4′ Bench – $1189

6′ Bench – $1439

8′ Bench – $1739

Powder Coated Metal Buddy Benches

Classic Bench

4′ Bench – $1089

6′ Bench – $1339

8′ Bench – $1639

Custom Metal Metro Buddy Benches

Metropolitan Bench

4′ Bench – $1089

6′ Bench – $1339

8′ Bench – $1639

Buddy Bench Features:

Laser Cut Designs

Each Buddy Bench comes with an option to add a custom inscription to the bench back. This could include anything from an ‘in memory of’ inscription, name of the school, etc. When ordering, be sure to let the designer know of any specific laser cut designs you would like to have added to the bench.

Compliment The Scenery

Each bench is designed to enhance the surrounding areas. From modern slats to the sleek look of the bench, it makes for the perfect site amenities for your school. The bench is also available with different size options.

Powder Coating Finishes

Whether you are looking for a neutral color option, or a bold, vibrant finish; we do it all. Each Buddy Bench is sandblasted, primed, and powder coated to provide a durable layer that provides a lustrous shine.

Stainless Steel Footpads

Each metal bench is designed with stainless steel footpads. This prevents rust and corrosion from creeping up the legs and ruining the integrity of the metal. This features ensures that the bench will stay looking new year after year.

The Purpose Of A Buddy Bench

The Buddy Bench started out as a simple concept to help eliminate loneliness on the playground while creating new relationships. If a child is feeling alone all they need to do is sit on the bench. Other children will notice them and invite them to play. Schools across the U.S.A. have joined the movement to bring benches to their district.