Raised Planter/Garden Beds - $425 (WHEAT RIDGE)

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condition: like new
size / dimensions: 4'8"L x 32"W x 22"H
**currently available:

4'8" L x 32"W x 22" H - dirt depth appx 16"

This bed has been charred on the interior, has a raised bottom strong enough to be on wheels, weed barrier, and fully sealed

prices are firm

These raised garden beds are built with reclaimed wood from up-cycled cedar for the body, up-cycled decking for the top rail, and/or any other up-cycled wood deemed appropriate to be re-purposed for a planter. These planters are very structurally sound, and will last 15+ years as is

The inside of these beds are treated with Shou Sugi Ban, or Yakisugi, as it is traditionally known in Japan. In brief, its a time honored technique of charring the wood for longer preservation from the elements, soil and insects

Add ons: (*the planter listed above already has all the add ons)
- $55 additional for a raised bottom
- $35 additional for weed barrier
- $25 additional for exterior sealer

Larger planters incur higher costs due to size, up-cycled wood sourcing, wood waste, construction adhesive, and additional time required for proper framework to support the soil load

For context, a mixture of dirt/soil per cubic foot typically weighs 40 lbs when dry, and 60-80 lbs wet.
A planter measuring 6' L x 2'6" W x 16" dirt depth equates to 800-1000 lbs when dry, and up to 1400-1500 lbs when fully soaked. It's important to explain why a few additional inches, let alone an extra foot or two, need the extra structural attention, based on larger builds

Please respond via email with your phone number, and I'll call/text you back (this is to avoid spammers)
...and if this post is up, it's still available

Thanks for looking!


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