Covered with climbing roses the Kiftsgate Victorian Garden Arch will create a romantic vision in your front garden. Impressive frames for vistas or a covered passage to a hidden garden.
The Kiftsgate model is named in honor of one of the most ravishing ramblers. We do however concede that rosa filipes "Kiftsgate" is best used on a much larger than standard arch or, indeed, for climbing into trees.
This structure is made from 1.5 cm (0.59") steel tubing and steel bands. Hot-dip galvanized and powder coated black. Two pinecone finials cast in aluminum. Arch must be secured to the ground using steel anchors in concrete. Eight galvanized steel anchors are provided.
Heavy steel bands and steel tubing are welded together and subsequently galvanized by hot-dip at 860 degrees Fahrenheit. Such galvanization is also effect in the rust-prone welded areas and inside the tubing.
The structures are powder coated at 392 degrees Fahrenheit. At this temperature the color and the sand-brushed galvanized surface fuse to create an extremely weather resistant surface.
Manufactured so that very little assembly is required. Three standard sizes available.
Technical Drawing 5'3" Kiftsgate Garden Arch
Technical Drawing 5'11" Kiftsgate Garden Arch
Technical Drawing 6'7" Kiftsgate Garden Arch