Wind Sculpture Installation Information

Wind Sculpture Installation Information

The installing of wind sculptures has been streamlined to make it as simple as possible:

The spinner is a single unit that does not require assembly.  Other than cement, everything you need to install your sculpture is included.  A ground pin is cemented (or hammered) into the ground and left to dry for 24 hours. The size of the hole is specified on the written instructions.  

The small, medium and large sculptures have a two piece shaft that simply screws together. The shafts of the larger sizes are a single piece.  The spinner is placed onto the shaft and the shaft is placed onto the ground pin. Finally, there is a lock nut at the bottom of the shaft that cinches it to the ground pin.

Written instructions come with every piece that explains the process above.
Still have questions? Email us or call toll-free and we will personally help ensure your installation is trouble free.

 

Please refer to these videos to see the steps of the process:

 

Lyman Whitaker | Wind Sculptures Canada



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