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Coral Coast Harrison 6-ft. Wood Garden Bridge

Item # HN-CWR002

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Brand
Coral Coast
Bridge Length (ft.)
6
Configuration
19H in. Siderails Dimensions
Dimensions
72L x 29W x 19H inches
International Shipping
Canada
Material
Fir Wood
Rail Type
With Rails
Weight Capacity
500 lbs.

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  • Beautiful fir wood freestanding garden bridge
  • Resists rot, mold, cracking, splitting
  • Unfinished so you can stain as you like
  • Enhances any garden walkway
  • Dimensions: 72L x 29W x 19H inches
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Coral Coast Harrison 6-ft. Wood Garden Bridge
 
4.1

(based on 150 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (55)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (70)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (12)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (4)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (9)

90%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Attractive (130)
  • Stable (105)
  • Easy to assemble (76)
  • Built to last (59)
  • Weather proof (55)

Cons

  • Difficult setup (39)
  • Poor quality construction (12)

Best Uses

  • Garden (102)
  • Decoration (85)
  • Backyard (82)
  • Heavy traffic (6)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Midrange shopper (86), Budget shopper (53), High-end shopper (7)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

A Beautiful Addition to our Landscape

We bought this charming (6ft) bridge to cross our dry stream bed in our front yard...and for practice before building a 12' bridge (from scratch) across our koi pond. We're...Read complete review

We bought this charming (6ft) bridge to cross our dry stream bed in our front yard...and for practice before building a 12' bridge (from scratch) across our koi pond. We're extremely happy with the results.

I love assembling things, so that wasn't a problem, however, this is not a project for the beginning carpenter to try blind. OTOH, with a little patience, a builder's square, a drill and a good old rubber mallet, you s/b good to go, with the following caveats. (You folks who know what you're doing will laugh at my terminology. I'm self-taught, OK? :D)

1) as many have pointed out, the predrilled holes to attach the center upright into the arched supports probably won't align. No real problem: just use your trusty drill to widen them a bit to match the holes in the metal brace.

2) also pointed out: the rail sections are "sided." One insert is straight for the center rail, the other at an angle for the end rails. I
didn't need to whittle anything, but a bit of bar soap rubbed onto the inserts and a rubber mallet helped a lot.

3) if the center rail support doesn't align with the predrilled holes in the arch...Just tap the arch connection with your rubber mallet to increase or decrease the amount of arch as needed. It's got a fair amount of play until the planks are on.

4) I painted mine prior to assembly with a couple good coats. Don't know how much this affected the spacing on the planks, but they JUST fit. I was lucky. I happened to put the connecting planks (the ones that go between the rail supports) in exactly the right spot. (Sheer luck, I assure you.) Another tap of the rubber mallet and the final plank slipped right in. If I was assembling it knowing what I know now, I'd initially put only three of the five screws into those cross supports, just in case I had to move them.

5) If you want a nice smooth edge to the bridge planks, make certain the base arches are square before putting on the planks and check after attaching every couple of planks to make certain it hasn't warped on you. Otherwise, you'll either wander off the support arches or you'll have to fudge the alignment of the plank ends. If the arches move out of square, just grab the rail on the short side and give a nice little whack with the rubber mallet to the end of the support arch on the long side.

As you can see from the pix, ours is a work in progress. The bridge isn't leveled or naturalized yet, and the rocks are just piles in the general vicinity of their eventually landing spots, but we're very pleased with how it's coming together with our water feature and our wonderful swing which we also got from Hayneedle!

Bottom line, if two old ladies can do it (60 and 70) anyone can!

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Disappointed

My Husband just assembled the bridge yesterday. Overall completed project looks nice, but has some quality flaws. Tenons on rails are cut at wrong angle on several ends, so joints don't close up...Read complete review

My Husband just assembled the bridge yesterday. Overall completed project looks nice, but has some quality flaws. Tenons on rails are cut at wrong angle on several ends, so joints don't close up tightly at all. The posts are predrilled, so can't change them. Mortises rough and full of tear-out. He had to cut down one of the deck boards to fit between. Quality control needs to be stepped up on the production of this product for appearance sake.

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4.0

Good design and construction

By Frank W.

from JOHNSTOWN,PA

About Me Midrange Shopper

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Attractive Design
  • Easy To Assemble
  • Stable

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Decoration
    • Garden

    Comments about Coral Coast Harrison 6-ft. Wood Garden Bridge:

    This is a good design and well constructed, for the money. The material is Asian cedar which is much lighter than American cedar and it will be need to be evaluated as to how it holds up to the weather. I applied several coats of one of the top rated sealers, in natural cedar color, to help preserve the wood. I have noticed that after one summer season that some of the screws have begun to rust.

     
    4.0

    Exceeded my expectations

    By George

    from Murrieta, CA

    About Me Midrange Shopper

    Pros

    • Attractive Design
    • Built To Last
    • Easy To Assemble
    • Stable
    • Very High Quality Wood
    • Well Engineered

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Backyard
      • Decoration
      • Garden

      Comments about Coral Coast Harrison 6-ft. Wood Garden Bridge:

      This is a product from China as I expected. However, I was very impressed with the quality of the wood. Machining of the wood was somewhat crude but perfectly usable and holes lined up well. I have a couple of minor suggestions to improve the product: 1) Use screws with harder metal. The Phillips heads stripped easily even though I tried many different bits. (2) Use larger washers. The ones included just sink into the wood. But these are minor things. We love the bridge and it looks great. Assembly was straightforward although as with many products from China the illustrations were not as precise as they could have been leading me to install one bridge section backwards and since the screw heads stripped I had to buy new screws. But overall a great product, well worth the money. We'll be sealing the wood tomorrow.

       
      2.0

      not as discribed

      By William

      from Folsom, Ca

      About Me Midrange Shopper

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Easy To Assemble
      • Very Rough

      Cons

      • Needs Sealer
      • Rots Quickly

      Best Uses

      • Decoration
      • Garden

      Comments about Coral Coast Harrison 6-ft. Wood Garden Bridge:

      Bridge was advertised as being made of cedar it's made of light weight pine. Also it is advertised as 500 lbs. capacity but I doubt the rating.

       
      5.0

      Perfect Garden Bridge

      By Louise

      from SANTA YNEZ,CA

      About Me Midrange Shopper

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Attractive Design
      • Easy To Assemble

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Backyard
        • Decoration
        • Garden

        Comments about Coral Coast Harrison 6-ft. Wood Garden Bridge:

        Great value and good looks. Assembly took about an hour and was easy to do. our dogs love crossing it. Adds charm to our garden.

        (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

         
        1.0

        This product is NOT cedar

        By Community

        from Atlanta, GA

        Pros

          Cons

          • Cheap Material
          • Not As Advertised

          Best Uses

            Comments about Coral Coast Harrison 6-ft. Wood Garden Bridge:

            It's cheap pine and will be sent back immediately.

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            3 Questions About This Product
            Q: "Is it the bridge only or including rail?"
            A: Included is the bridge and two rails.
            Q: "Does it arrive pre-assembled?"
            A: This item arrives partially assembled and only requires easy assembly.
            Q: "Do you have a smaller version (in length) than the 72"?"
            A: We do offer the Cleveland 4-ft. Garden Bridge, item #CWR001.
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