34" Smithsonian Eagle Estate Weathervane
34" Smithsonian Eagle Estate Weathervane
34" Smithsonian Eagle Estate Weathervane
34" Smithsonian Eagle Estate Weathervane
34" Smithsonian Eagle Estate Weathervane
34" Smithsonian Eagle Estate Weathervane
34" Smithsonian Eagle Estate Weathervane
34" Smithsonian Eagle Estate Weathervane

34" Smithsonian Eagle Estate Weathervane

956P

Regular price $999.00
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    The official symbol of our great nation, this majestic eagle spreads its broad wings to adorn the rooftop of your larger home, garage, cupola, or barn. Since 1982 Good Directions pure copper weathervanes have been unsurpassed in style, quality, and durability – perfect for the house-proud homeowner. Bring The Joy of Outdoor Living℠ to your home with this heirloom-quality piece. 
    • Quick Ship - Ships in 24 hours!
    • Exquisite heritage design from our prestigious Smithsonian® Collection; handcrafted by Good Directions artisans.
    • Easy-to-assemble and install. Includes an assembly rod, solid brass 23"L directionals and copper globes. A 401LG Roof Mount recommended, sold separately.
    • Assembled Size: 41” L x 50"H x 34"Wingspan; Figure-only: 41"L x 32"H x 34"Wingspan.
    • Lifetime Warranty.
    • Our exclusive Single Point Contact design allows our weathervanes to spin easily in the wind.
    • This size weathervane is ideal for your larger home, garage, cupola, or barn.
    • The Pure Copper finish will age naturally over time.


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    Daniel Mast

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    Mark Idemoto
    956P- Wind Created Clanking Noise Transfered Into The House (3/10/22)

    Love my 956P recently installed. Mine is mounted using 3 of the steel rod protruding down threw our top story composite shingles and locked in tight to our attic wood structural members.

    Issue- When wind speeds exceed +/- 15 MPH, the play between the brass rod that's brazed to the bird underside which drops down onto the steel rod generates a clanking noise because of the gap. The clanking noise is transferred through the steel rods to the roof structural members and into the house. This is an issue.

    Solution- A strong sealed bearing mechanism incorporated in the lower supporting steel rods with a male thread and female thread on each end combined with filling of the previously mention gap with silicone cauking.