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    Montebello Iron Garden Arbor with Scrollwork

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    Our Montebello Garden Arbor is beautifully crafted with intricate scrollwork that will bring style to your garden even without a flowering display. The design is reminiscent of the ornate wrought-iron designs that adorn the windows and gates of Turkish homes.

    This square tubular iron arch has rustproof stainless hardware and the best-quality, burnished gunmetal finish. Our Montebello Garden Arbor comes with 7" ground stakes to ensure stability, and is available with or without embellished gate. Easy assembly required.

    • Sturdy, beautiful iron arbor
    • Intricate scrollwork design
    • Durable, long-lasting construction
    • Handsome gunmetal powder-coat finish
    • Rust-proof hardware
    • Ground stakes for added stability

    54"W x 23"D x 84"H

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    4.3 (based on 36 customer reviews)

    By ccboss
    Love it! Love it! Love It!
    Comments about Product:
    Just put our arbor together today without any instructions, cause the dog ate them! My husband is brilliant and it came together perfectly. It looks just like the picture and is a very nice quality. I love it and would definitely purchase again from Plow & Hearth. I found this website while I was looking for arches on Pinterest. I am so pleased!
    By alex
    Happy with the end result
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    I love the arbor itself - it's solid and beautiful to look at it. The assembly instructions left something to be desired. Discovered the hard way that there is an "inside" and an "outside" to each piece, and had to totally reassemble after putting it together with them mixed up! A simple note on the assembly instructions (which only have images and no words) would help: "be sure to match the pieces correctly in terms of the inside/outside placement of the ornamental edgings."
    By archaeoscott
    Rusted gate latch
    Comments about Product:
    Love the product with the exception of the latch on the gate, which has started to rust after only a week and the bolt on which is a bit short. Arbor itself was easy to assemble and finished product is sturdy.
    By isquare
    Love it
    Comments about Product:
    We bought two (2). One with the gate, 1 without. We tied them together with black ties. We hung a beautiful chime in the middle. It looks great,sounds great and have received many complements.
    By isquare
    Love it
    Comments about Product:
    We bought two (2). One with the gate, 1 without. We tied them together with black ties. We hung a beautiful chime in the middle. It looks great,sounds great and have received many complements.
    By teo
    well built, as described
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    Came undamaged but box was pretty dinged up. Assembly pretty simple. looks great although hasnt been thru a michigan winter yet? Only complaint: not tall enough so i got a treated 4 X 4 post and cut to 34 inch. drilled holes for the arbor to fit into. taller and stable.
    By heloman88
    My wife loves it!
    Comments about Product:
    Very good value for the money. Of course, a solid welded arbor is better, but that would have to be built locally, at 4-5 times the price. If I could get the exact same shade of brown, I would probably spot weld all the joints as I suspect they will loosen up over time. All of them needed re-tightening after setting up the arch.

    Still, a well built and beautiful arch - especially considering the price.

    A couple things to consider: The arch comes with fairly short "feet" for setting in the ground, so unless you have very tightly packed soil in which to set them, you will probably want to anchor in concrete like I did. Even if your ground is rock hard, I'm sure over time and use the arch would start to wobble and shift.

    Even in concrete you only have maybe five or six inches of square 1/2" metal post to embed in the concrete as you need to leave enough height clearance for the gate to swing.

    Since the short feet are smooth and have no "teeth" to grip the concrete, I drilled a hole across each pair of legs a few inches up from the bottom and inserted a small diameter (1/8") threaded bolt (4" length) and nut across the legs to act like an anchor embedded in the concrete. Tighten the bolt just enough to keep the nut "locked", but not enough to bend the legs.

    I used 6" concrete pour tubes (actually ribbed plastic pipe as cheaper and more durable than the cardboard sonatubes) to set the gate exactly at the height and position I wanted. We only had ONE place on our narrow rock path where the arch would fit, surrounded by huge granite boulders and oak tree roots, so it was critical it would be a solid setting.

    I was a bit concerned about the gate coming out square as in my dry runs it would never line up exact. It was either too tight to close, or had too large a gap, or very unequal space top to bottom, and it always looked crooked from side to side. It always seemed skewed one way or another no matter what I did to the arch, and it was never square.

    So after a lot of leveling and twisting of the arch (it is nowhere near straight/square after assembly) I poured my concrete with the arch already in place as best as I could determine. I considered pouring first, then trying to set the arch AFTER, instead of the way I did, pouring the concrete around the arch legs. A little more challenging to get the concrete into the tubes around all the arch hardware (you will have to clean off the metal with a wet rag after) but DEFINITELY better to set the arch first as best as you can, THEN pour the concrete with a small hand shovel. 3 #60 pound bags redi-mix was perfect for the four 6" tubes at approximately 16"-18" high each.

    It is actually easier to do the final squaring up of the arch after the legs are set in the still wet concrete (thick is better than too wet) as that helps to keep things where you want them. VERY important to use a rod or tamping device to plunge repeatedly into the wet concrete as you pour to get out all the air. There will be a lot of trapped air.

    I used a ample supply of wood blocking to help hold the arch at the height and position I wanted until the concrete could set up completely. Somehow the arch came out perfect and even the gate was almost perfectly square and swung level. I was actually a bit shocked.

    An arch without a gate would be way easier to install as perfect squareness wouldn't be nearly so important. If you don't actually plan on using the gate much, you could probably get away with just sticking in the ground and the vines will eventually help hold everything. But we plan on using ours almost daily and want it to be as solid as possible.

    Also, make sure your arch cross bars are symmetrical on each side as the arch halves are reversible during installation. I had to switch one half around after I had already set the arch in concrete.
    By Hunter3840
    Very Beautiful
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    Very beautiful addition to my yard, a bit of work getting it together....but, adds a very elegant touch to the outside of my home
    By mouse
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    If you want a regal and classic look for an arbor, you will not find any better choice than this one for the price.

    It is high quality and reasonably easy to assemble. Our new Husky pup decided to stomp through the work space while we took a break, so a few pieces of the hardware went missing.

    I explained our dilemma in an email to P&H. They rapidly responded and promised to send replacement hardware, which arrived promptly. Although I offered to pay for the cost of these missing pieces, they sent it free of charge.

    We were so pleased with this shopping experience AND THE GREAT QUALITY OF THE ARBOR, we also bought the matching edging. Since then we have also purchased one of their cool iron garden benches. I had chosen a bench from another company, but after reading a horror story review detailing damage and missing hardware that the other vendor refused to replace, I decided to stick with P&H.

    Our bench arrived yesterday, and it was easy to assemble. I am truly impressed both with the sensible quality of Plow & Hearth products as well as their superb customer service. So do yourself a favor: buy confidently from this dealer, knowing you will be treated most fairly and will be very pleased with their quality. Yes, the items we purchased were made in China, but the workmanship is second to none for the price. Hats off to this great symbiotic partnership!
    By EstherR
    Love it!
    Comments about Product:
    This is a beautiful entrance to my garden, we also bought the matching fence. It's large and gorgeous. Arrived very quickly and was easy to assemble.
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