Copper Roof Bird Feeder-Vinyl/PVC 28x12
Classic Post-Mounted Gazebo Bird Feeder is constructed to last a lifetime.
Components are manufactured on a CNC router to ensure absolute precision and quality. Made of cellular expanded PVC board (just like real vinyl siding) and copper, this 12" hexagon bird feeder is guaranteed to last a lifetime with little to no maintenance. Lift off roof for easy filling and cleaning. Heavy duty acrylic feeder tube measures 4" diameter x 10" tall. No worries of rotting, cracking, mildew or fading... guaranteed!
Classic copper roof bird feeder is a distinctive addition to the landscape. Complete with vinyl mount collar and attached decorative brackets - fits on your 4 x 4 post (not included).
Choose bright or Patina Copper
Measures 28" tall x 12" wide
Item Weight 12.0 lb.
Material: Copper, Vinyl
Optional 4 x 4 x 72" Vinyl Sleeve is available for mounting, completes this exquisite look with carefree maintenance and seamless appearance.
I absolutely LOVE my new birdfeeder. Not only did it arrive quickly, but it was also packaged perfectly to prevent any damage. Within the package, I recieved information on how to install the feeder and some very helpful hints on how to ensure longivity of it. Additionally, there were several cool articles on how to attract different birds. My sister suggested The Birdhouse Chick because of her experience as well as the product she ordered. After this experience, I will always recommend ordering from The Birdhouse Chick. Thank you for providing me such a beautiful feeder that my family will appreciate and love for years to come.
I meant to get this e-mail off to you last week when the bird feeder arrived safe and sound. It was the most professionally and safely packed item that I have received in some time. The feeder is beautiful and looks great in my yard! Thank you so much for the bird seed and the nesting materials too. You have a unique business and I have enjoyed my experience shopping with The Birdhouse Chick. Will definitely shop with you again in the future. Best regards, Suzanne