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Posted By: Diane Sanders
Location: Athens, GA United States
The secret is finding the perfect spot for an arch. Its graceful lines frame the garden beyond nicely, and we can hardly wait for the climbing vines to make it to the top. My husband installed it on an existing concrete landing by drilling holes and sinking the rods. It was easy to install, though instructions were minimal, and we could've used more detail on the dimensions. It's very sturdy and looks like the space was made for it.
Posted By: Nancy Irons
Location: Audubon, NJ United States
We have the older model of this arch which was made differently than the current one. Our original is very solid with the sides welded together so each is one 20" x 68" panel. The new arch has sides that consist of three separate panels that fit together leaving a lot of play in the parts. So much so, the arch falls apart when trying to move it and feels basically flimsy. We're trying to come up with a way to tighten up the joints, maybe drill and screw them together but wish that weren't necessary. It looks nice though.
Posted By: Sandy Cates
Location: Birmingham, AL United States
The solid rod arch is flimsy and not nearly as well made as the solid rod obelisks...would not have ordered this arch if I had known it wasn't very sturdy.
***** We're sorry you are not happy with your Solid Rod Monet Arch and were quite surprised to read this review. We honestly believe this to be a solid, sturdy arch. *****
Posted By: delma benvenuti-rothman
Location: millstone, NJ United States
not as solid as I thought for the price, but will sure be beautiful covered with my wisteria vine.
it look fabulous, this Chandelier Tree Crystal Pendants added a charm to my willow tree. I need to buy more. But be careful, it's very fragile and I broke 4 just placing them on the tree
Posted By: Karhy
Location: Harrington Park, NJ United States
Great quality, simple construction
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