The West Quoddy Lawn Lighthouse... The West Quoddy lighthouse, located in Lubec Maine, is probably the second most photographed lighthouse in the world. These amazing yard & garden lighthouse replicas are meticulously handcrafted from synthetic stucco and masonry over a solid foam core making it virtually impervious to the elements. Each includes decorative windows with curtains and a highly detailed six panel door. Hand-painted with industrial marine paint to replicate the actual lighthouse in Maine, these are the finest quality lawn lighthouses on the market today. Each lighthouse illuminates a soft continuous light or you can upgrade to a rotating beacon or to a solar-powered beacon. Approx. 38 lbs. Includes UL-rated 7' outdoor cord. Please note: Lighthouses are made-to-order and cannot be returned. Please allow 3-4 weeks for delivery. 4' high x 18" diameter octagonal base.
LIGHTHOUSE ANCHORING INSTRUCTIONS:
WOODEN BOAT DOCK OR DECK: Screw through the wooden base of the lighthouse with galvanized screws or lag bolts into any solid wooden foundation.
GARDEN OR YARD: Pre-drill two 3/8" pilot holes into the wooden base of the lighthouse. Dig a hole 4" deep and approximately 6-8" wider than the base diameter of your lighthouse. Mix 2 bags of Sak-Crete concrete with water (per the directions on the bag). Allow at least 24 hrs for the concrete to harden. Center the lighthouse on the concrete pad and place two pencil marks through the pilot holes of the wooden base. Remove the lighthouse and use a ﾽ" masonry bit and drill two holes approximately 3" in depth. Embed the 3/8" anchor nuts in the concrete and attach the lighthouse using 3" galvanized lag bolts and washers.