Hang-A-Pot ~ FAQ
Frequently Asked Questions:
- How much weight can it hold?
- Can you hang pots on stucco, brick, or concrete walls?
- What about high winds?
- How will it hold up in the cold and sun?
- Is it difficult to install?
- Other questions
The Hang-A-Pot hidden hanger will easily support even a heavy terracotta pot with a fully potted plant. In stress tests, the pot holder has supported 90 to 100 pounds -- far more than the weight of a 10 inch pot with soil, flowers, and water!
Yes, you can easily install the Hang-A-Pot PotHanger on any of these surfaces using the technique described on the Easy Installation page. Hang-A-Pot attaches securely to stucco, brick, and concrete.
The Hang-A-Pot PotHanger is designed to hold pots without a problem in high winds!
The Hang-A-Pot PotHanger is made of a durable outdoor material called polypropylene which is used in roofing, yachts, fire equipment, and other industrial products that must withstand extreme temperatures. It will hold up year after year. It also contains a UV protector to protect from the sun's rays.
The Hang-A-Pot PotHanger is easy to install on a wide range of materials, including wood, drywall, masonry, wrought iron, lattice, chain link, and aluminum screened-in enclosures. See the Easy Installation page for details.
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