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Heath PH12 Plastic 12 Room Purple Martin House

by Heath

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  • New plastic construction
  • Twelve room house with two stories
  • Easy snap assembly, easy access for cleaning, ventilated to provide a cool nesting area
  • Drainage holes allow moisture to escape, guard rails protect young martins
  • Ultraviolet fade resistant
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Heath PH12 Plastic 12 Room Purple Martin House + Heath Outdoor Products BP-15 Mounting Plate + Heath Outdoor Products 15 Foot Telescoping Galvanized Steel Purple Martin House Pole
Price for all three: $109.50

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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 21 x 20.5 x 18 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 11.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B001AWKJS0
  • Item model number: PH12
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (49 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #11,062 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)

Product Description

New plastic construction! As an industry leader in purple martin houses, Heath is proud to add a new house construction to the already extensive purple martin line up. Habitat features include: two stories, 12 room house; easy snap assembly; easy access for cleaning; ventilated to provide a cool nesting area; drain holes allow moisture to escape; guard rails to protect young martins; ultraviolet fade resistant.

Customer Reviews

Easy to put together.
Loriann
I'm usually a generous benefit of the doubt giver, but the bird house just isn't worth it.
Neil Collins
This is a very sturdy house and I'm sure it will last a long time.
Larry Anderson

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By J. Rivera on December 19, 2010
This birdhouse is so poorly designed and made I vowed I would never buy a heath product again. The tabs do not lock together and after the first mildly windy day this thing went flying! I have literally had to put it together with wire and cable ties. Now I will have to see how long it lasts....but never again!
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By George Callen on April 8, 2013
The assembly directions for this martin house were okay but if you try to follow them exactly, as we initially did, it is very frustrating. We found, despite what the directions say, that it is easier to put the lower bracket on hand tight, then put most of the house together (all but the top bracket) and then slip it over the top of the pole and lower it down to the lower bracket. Then put the top bracket on and be sure the top of the pole is just at or even slightly below the top of the roof. If the top of the pole is more than 1/8" out of the top of the house, you won't be able to put the cap on the roof. You have to adjust the lower bracket to make sure it fits snug under the house when the top of the house is lined up with the top of the pole and this may take a little time as you adjust the brackets. Also, the roof appears pretty flimsy and is held onto the rest of the house by little plastic tabs that do not fit very snug into the piece below. We had to keep pushing the roof back onto the slots for the roof tabs. What holds the roof on - we hope - is the top bracket. I'll try to remember to add to this review after it has been up for one season since I'm a little wary of how secure the various plastic parts will hold up to strong winds and, if it would not have detracted so much from the appearance, I seriously thought of putting a couple of bungee cords on it to be sure the roof didn't come apart. All in all, it's probably worth the price (we paid $39.95) if it stays up during pretty strong winds.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By John C Singer on April 14, 2013
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assembly and the directions are not as easy as stated!! they must have a paper shortage,the way the directions are written!!!!!!!!!!!! Also the plastic is flimsy, making it hard to get together!!!!!!!!!!!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Kevin Fister on April 3, 2014
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I already had two of these . Bought them six years ago. They are still in decent shape. I just wanted new ones. For the money ,they are hard to beat.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By ltxlady37 on December 30, 2012
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THESE ARE WELL BUILT PURPLE MARTIN HOMES AND THEY DO INDEED ATRACK THE PURPLE MARTINS IF YOUR IN THE RIGHT LOCATIONS WITH THE RIGHT CONDITIONS, TREES, WATER, SHELTER, FOOD
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Harold B. Devaney on August 10, 2011
I bought one 7 years ago and it is still in use. It is tricky to assemble, but when assembled properly it will stay together for years.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on June 20, 2014
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First, this is a nice little easy-to-build birdhouse (some comments that complained about how difficult it was to assemble simply baffle me. I read the instructions and it just...worked.). It's light, fairly big and adaptable to other poles. I went to the local big box store and got some conduit pipe (1.5" and 1.25" diameter). The 1.5" went into a hole in the ground secured with concrete. I buried it 3' in the ground and let it stand 5' above ground. Then I slid 8' of the 1.25" pipe into that and drilled holes for bolts to go through both and secure the pole.

The 1" slipped up inside the birdhouse and the provided clamps (designed for Heath's pole which I think runs $60-$70) fit even though the pole was slightly smaller than what was required. I drilled another hole in this to mate it to the 1.25" pole.

Now, I raise the 1.25" pole up, secure with a bolt and the bird house can go from 5' - 10' up. If I want I can raise it up further with a longer pole. I've read Martins will nest anywhere from 10-20' up.

The only downside to this house is two-fold. First, the compartments are the old-school 6x6 blocks. Most people agree today that the birds need a longer cavity to keep the nest and young away from the entrance should a predator attack. So I closed off the holes on one side of the house, making 4 large chambers (6x12). I simply drilled a hole though the middle wall in each "room". The middle rooms are blocked by the pole running through the house so they aren't really useful but we'll see what happens.

the other problem I have with this house is it doesn't have starling resistant entrance holes.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Donna on September 18, 2014
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This turned out to be a cheap plastic birdhouse as the reviews said. It seemed however the best thing out there with out spending a couple of hundred dollars. You get what you pay for. Not to say this is worth the price for a few hunks of plastic, but seems to be the going rate. So if you are looking for the better "quality" price wise, this seemed to be it. It will do for the purpose we intended, which was an "inexpensive" decoration more than actual birdhouse. It is not placed properly to attract purple martins, but hopefully some type of bird will nest in it come spring. It is entertainment for an elderly person who can watch it from the comfort of her home out the window. For this purpose it will work. Not sure how it would handle being up in the wind. I would be very leery, as it is just cheap plastic poorly held together. Seemed the best option though from reading all the reviews on the other ones.
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