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Rotary clotheslines are a popular choice among Kiwi homeowners for their reliability and convenience. With their large line space, they are perfect for families who do a lot of washing or people who want to be able to dry sheets and towels outside rather than using a drier.
Choose from a fixed head or folding head clotheslines
The original rotary clotheslines were typically fixed head hoists, which were put into the ground and formed a permanent part of the outdoor section.
As sections became smaller and space was at more of a premium, folding head clotheslines became more popular. These can be folded down when not in use and can also be removed easily to clear the space in your garden.
Both types range up to four or five metres in diameter, but fixed head clotheslines offer more line space.
Installing a rotary clothesline
Installing a rotary clothesline can be a DIY job. See our Install a Galvanised Clothesline Video. You need to dig a hole of appropriate depth, sink your ground socket and then concrete it in place making sure your washing line will be straight. Once the concrete is dry, you can put the main pole into the ground socket and then set up your line and tension the wires accordingly.
Of course, if you are in Auckland and you don’t have the skills, time or inclination to install your rotary clothesline yourself, you can always get us to install your clothesline for you. We offer an installation service Auckland-wide, and we’ll even remove and take your old washing line away if you have one.
Browse our range of fixed head and folding head rotary clotheslines, and then get in touch to place your order.
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