Our Raccoon Birdhouses are meticulously crafted using fine rougher head pine! It combines a touch of whimsy and rustic beauty to create the perfect abode for your feathered friends. Handcrafted with attention to detail, this raccoon birdhouse is designed to resemble a raccoon, adding a whimsical surprise to any backyard or garden.
The rougher head pine wood embodies a natural, authentic look to the birdhouse, that effortlessly blends into the surroundings while standing out as a charming decorative accent.
Not only does this Raccoon Birdhouse add a touch of aesthetic appeal to your outdoor environment, but it also provides a secure and safe haven for your feathered visitors. The interior and inviting entrance of this Raccoon Birdhouse offer our avian companions a comfortable place to rest, nest, and raise their young.
The rougher head pine used in crafting this birdhouse is known for its durability, making it weather-resistant and capable of withstanding the elements. This ensures the Raccoon Birdhouse will stand the test of time, providing shelter for generations of beautiful birds to come.
Featuring intricate detailing, such as carved raccoon motifs and a hand-painted finish, this birdhouse is a true work of art. The attention to detail brings the raccoon theme to life, infusing the birdhouse with character and charm.
The size and design of the Raccoon Birdhouse make it suitable for various bird species, making it a versatile choice for bird enthusiasts of all kinds.
Whether you’re an avid birdwatcher or simply want to add a touch of rustic elegance to your outdoor environment, our Raccoon Birdhouse made from rougher head pine is the perfect choice.
Bring the beauty of nature to your backyard or garden while providing a safe haven for your feathered friends. Order yours today and let the birds chirp in delight!
Assembled Product Dimensions: Length: 9 in x Width: 10 in x Height: 20 in, Weight: 8 lb
Little About Us
For many years the old barn withstood the test of time, generations had worked and played in its shelter; but all those years of wind and weather had taken its toll. The siding was cracked and weathered, and the roof had sprung more than few leaks. Finally, the decision was made to replace it but what to do with all the old lumber and tin?
The old fence definitely needs to be replaced and a few of the outbuildings need new roofs. Surely all these old boards and roofing needn’t to go the local landfill! Or how about the company that replaces old privacy fences and decks, is all that material going to end up in the dumpster?
In 1999, a young craftsman was building small furniture and other crafts in his spare time when he asked a neighbor if he could use the lumber from a shed he had just torn down. Using those reclaimed boards, he created the first few styles of what would become a full product line of birdhouses, planters, benches and more, all made with reclaimed wood.
Today, Summitville Woodworking provides a drop-off site for fence and decking companies, as well as individuals in the community to take their unwanted rustic tin and lumber. Then their crew of workers and sub workers craft unique, quality, and handmade items to brighten up your backyard, attract and feed the birds and decorate your front porch or deck.
Since these items are made from reclaimed materials, each individual piece is unique. Expect slight variations!