Austral Compact 28 Clothesline
If you have limited space around your home to install a clothesline the Austral Compact 28 Clothesline is the solution. Compact enough to fit the narrowest of places yet offers 28m of line with 12 lines for optimum drying. This clever compact clothesline is suitable for smaller backyards, narrow side paths or a townhouse.
If having the Austral Compact 28 wall mounted doesn’t suit your needs, you might want to consider it free standing by purchasing a ground mount kit. This compact clothesline is tough enough to handle the harsh climate with a total steel construction build throughout giving years of reliable service.
You can keep your space and have your clothesline too.
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Have any questions or don’t know what best suits your needs? Don’t worry, we do. Contact us on 1300 798 779 we’re here to help with any inquires about buying a new clothesline, what suits where and installation.
Installation Note: If you require drilling into concrete(core hole drilling) for your installation please contact us on 1300 798 779 to discuss. A core hole is only required when installing into existing concrete, for e.g. a pathway. Core drilling is not required in grass/soil.
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|Total Line Space:||28m|
|Unit Size:||2.4m x 0.94m|
|Area Required:||2.5m x 1.44m|
|Number of Lines:||12|
|Mounting Options:||Wall or Free Standing(Requires Ground Mount Kit)|
|Suits:||1 - 4 People|
Yes you can but you will just need to make sure the mounting brackets align with the structural supports in the wall. If not you may be able to customise the width of the clothesline(see above) to suit the supports. Another solution would be to purchase a Ground Mount Kit(if available) with the clothesline and install it freestanding in front of the wall.
A general rule of thumb is to install the top bolt of the fixing bracket at approx. 50mm above the users head height. An average height is approx. 1800mm but you can adjust this to suit your requirements.