Rob and Carol’s Rain MMax Rain Gauge mounted on pool fence. Easy to Read, Easy to Use and Easy to Install.
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Rob and Anita’s Cottage Rooster Weathervane on Yard Cubby
John Has put a lot of hard work into his shed and wanted to finish it off and so he “Crowned it” with a large copper and brass Rooster Weathervane (which has been pre aged). It certainly sets it off and because of the sheds prominence it can be seen from many directions. John is [...]
The copper weathervane has been an important feature in most Australian homes and outdoor structures. It has evolved into a decorative item which can add years of beauty and functionality to your home. A little of its history will be discussed and reviewed. The original purpose of a weathervane was to indicate the wind direction. [...]
Hi Robert Photo of our weather vein flying high above the front garage in the driveway We love it Thanks very much Jeff Jorgensen Bundaberg
Hi Robert, As I promised, I have attached a couple of photos of the Rooster Weathervane that you made for my husband for Xmas. He was very surprised and absolutely loved it. We decided not to put it right ontop of our house but on top of the back garage so that we could see [...]
Hi Robert We finally got the rooster up yesterday and looks great. We mounted it through a galvanized steel cap at the top of a 6m (48mm od) galvanized pole with two brackets like the ones used to mount a jockey wheel on a caravan, to the wall and a base support flange. On the [...]
Here is an excellent application of a tidy building finished off with a well positioned Rooster weathervane. Well done Martin!!!
This is the Linda Beaumont “Chook House”. Magnificent, isn’t it? and to complete the picture Linda chose the Black Rooster Weathervane as you can see Linda has cleverly adapted it to blend in with her custom designed “Chook House”. Well done Linda !!!! Check it out in the online shop.