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72in. Raised Panel Cedar Window Box with Liner Option

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73"L x 11 1/2"W x 7"Ht

Curb appeal and property value will both go up when you install long window boxes onto the exterior of your home. With six feet of space to work, you an create the ultimate floral or plant displays. White cedar is an ideal wood for flower boxes because it is a sturdy wood and can withstand even the harshest of elements. The wood is also resistant to rot, so instead of turning brown and starting to fall apart, the boxes will gain a silvery gray patina. Plant directly into the window boxes with the included liner, or use terra cotta pots to arrange your plants and flowers into the arrangement you've been dreaming about.

73"L x 11 1/2"W x 7"Ht

Click Here for our guide to installing Cleat Mount Window Boxes.

Installation guidelines can be found by clicking on the link named "Installation Guides" in either the dark green band at the top of each page or the light blue link in the left margin at the bottom of each page.

Please Note: We sell mounting bolts for our composite window boxes separately and can be found on the right side of each product page or on our "Window Box Brackets & Bolts" web page. The reason we don't automatically supply bolts and hardware is due to the many different types of walls and siding used throughout the U.S. Your bolt requirements will vary based on the type of wall or siding your home or office has. All of our "Standard" size wood window boxes come with an innovative cleat mounting system that allows you to mount the single cleat to your home and then neatly hang the window box.

For wood window boxes we recommend you mount them directly to your wall (vs. a bracket) using 3/8" diameter X 3 1/2" long bolts for wood and stucco siding but only when fully secured to the framing studs inside of the wall. Lag shields should be added with the lag bolts when mounting in brick, masonry or block.

We urge you to consult your local hardware store, handyman or licensed contractor for more specific direction if required.