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Carson FAQ

Carson Wind Sculptures

 

GETTING READY…

Designing your space

Carson Wind Sculptures are mounted into a variety of surfaces. For ground installation, the site is prepared with a concrete base. For deck mounting- we recommend attaching a small plate (provided) to the base of the pillar. The pillar bolts to that plate.  All sculptures can withstand wind in the 50 mph hour range. Leafy Phoenix and Small Color Galaxy need some wind buffering. We recommend having it buffered on two sides by trees or other plants.

For extreme weather conditions we highly recommend disassembling your sculpture. A garage stand can be ordered. If a sculpture is damaged by weather or other event, contact us.

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Ground Mount

The sculpture is secured by a round hole 12-14” diameter. 18”- 24” deep.

A bolting template is provided to ensure bolt alignment.

 

Maintenance and care

Marine grade stainless steel   Each Wind sculpture is built using top grade stainless steel. There is no maintenance required. Salt water does not stain the steel. The painted pieces are powder coated.

Marine grade stainless steel

Each Wind sculpture is built using top grade stainless steel. There is no maintenance required. Salt water does not stain the steel. The painted pieces are powder coated.

Copper and Steel.  For those choosing a copper pillar, the outer pillar is copper, which will patina in time. The inner pillar used for strength is stainless steel.

Copper and Steel. For those choosing a copper pillar, the outer pillar is copper, which will patina in time. The inner pillar used for strength is stainless steel.

Guaranteed

Each wind sculpture is covered by a lifetime guarantee. In the case of damage, contact the gallery. We will expedite new pieces in coordination with Andrew.