Woodshaw Tansley Arbour

(1 customer review)

Original price was: £549.99.Current price is: £299.99.

Arbour | British made | Strong robust & easy to build | FSC Certified | Solvent free

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The Woodshaw Tansley Arbour, lovely shaped and very comfortable, with trellis along the back.

An ideal arbour, great for 2/3 people to sit and relax in their garden.

Along with its fanastic appearance, you have high quality materials as always from Woodshaw. The materials will last, maintenance which is minimal work. This wooden garden arbour is easy to put together and should go into one piece within an hour, easily.

The NEW Woodshaw range is manufactured in FSC sourced timber in Yorkshire. Its pressure treated wood gives an expected product life for at least 20 years, it is flat packed for easy home assembly and is a durable high quality product.

  • 20 Year anti-rot guarantee
  • Rustic look tanalised pine
  • Pressure treated for extended life
  • British made, production in Yorkshire
  • Manufactured from slow grown pine ensuring strength & durability
  • FSC Certified – Environmentally friendly from sustainable, renewable sources
  • Commercial/contract quality
  • Solvent free
  • Strong robust & easy to build
  • Cushions and other accessories not included

H2000mm x W1270mm x D550mm
Seat Height: 440mm

Height from ground to lowest end of overhang is 1630mm.

Overhang is 145mm from upright to extremity

Weight (approx.): 65kg

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Additional information

Weight 65 kg

1 review for Woodshaw Tansley Arbour

  1. Ray Goldring

    Bought this from Brick Kiln Centre in Bognor Regis.
    Delivered last Thursday.

    Started to assemble this on Friday(after checking over)

    The two main uprights had both seat support battens broken off.
    Had to drill out the broken screw heads .

    I then screwed back with slightly longer and stronger screws .
    Then reinforced by putting in extra screws.

    Changed the way of assembly by connecting the floor panel to the main uprights.

    This made assembly easier.

    Then put on the back panels ensuring that they left a ground clearance of 2inches approx.

    After this i screwed on the front panel.

    This resulted in a stronger unit to finish off.

    Not the easiest of DIY jobs
    I am a Chartered Engineer with 50 yrs of experience of construction.
    I would change the instructions to include my suggestions.

    Also reinforced all assembly by the addition of stronger extra screws.
    Will have to sand down and prep the panels to paint.

    Nice size and look.

    My wife wants it painted grey to match other garden furniture.

    Regards Ray Goldring.M.I.CE,MSC (eng)

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