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Upcycle Products Riser Pedestal Stand
$41.61
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Arrives by Feb 10 32163

Product Information

Overview
  • Dimensions: 18W x 18D x 12H in.
  • Handmade sturdy wood construction
  • Natural brown finish blends with outdoor surroundings
  • Place rain barrel on top for easy access to spigot
  • Can also be used as riser for a planter
Specifications
Dimensions
18W x 18D x 12H in.
Weight
19 lbs.
Material
Wood
Delivery

Product Overview

Overview
  • Dimensions: 18W x 18D x 12H in.
  • Handmade sturdy wood construction
  • Natural brown finish blends with outdoor surroundings
  • Place rain barrel on top for easy access to spigot
  • Can also be used as riser for a planter
  • No assembly required
What's Included
Pedestal stand
Description

Easily place your bucket or watering can under your rain barrel spigot when you keep the barrel on the Upcycle Products Riser Pedestal Stand. This wood stand is unfinished to blend with the natural surroundings. You can also use it for elevating a planter.

About Upcycle Products

Upcycle is the largest manufacturer of Upcycled Rain Barrels in the United States. Originally used to ship food overseas, these recycled barrels are ideal for storing rainwater. Besides saving landfill space, Upcycle's company philosophy is that nothing is thrown out. They minimize their carbon footprint through the effective use of water, CFL lighting, vehicle fuel, and heat, even collecting rainwater off their roof to use for washing barrels. The owners practice what they preach, and haven't used a drop of city water in over eight years.

Upcycle is the largest manufacturer of Upcycled Rain Barrels in the United States. Originally used to ship food overseas, these recycled barrels are ideal for storing rainwater. Besides saving landfill space, Upcycle's company philosophy is that nothing is thrown out. They minimize their carbon footprint through the effective use of water, CFL lighting, vehicle fuel, and heat, even collecting rainwater off their roof to use for washing barrels. The owners practice what they preach, and haven't used a drop of city water in over eight years.

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