Hills Hoist Supa A4 Clothes Hoist
The Hills Hoist Supa A4 cothes hoist is a popular clothes hoist with a large head diameter and plenty of line space, making it great for family backyards. Constructed from tough galvanised steel, this rotary model holds multiple family loads of washing and is super easy to hoist up and down.
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Installation Note: If you require drilling into existing concrete for your clothesline installation please contact us on 1300 798 779 to discuss, as there is additional labour and charges.
Please Note: This product is not available at any Bunnings stores.
- Head diameter of 4m is great for families
- Holds multiple wash loads with line space of 40m
- Wide line spacing allows for very fast drying
- Sturdy galvanised steel construction for long lasting design
- 10 year warranty allows you to buy with confidence
- Holds king size sheets easily on outer lines
- Optional waterproof cover available
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|Suitable For||1 - 3 People|
|Total Line Space||40m|
|Will Fit King Size Sheets?||Yes|
|Number of Lines||6|
|Outside Line Length||2.82m|
|Diameter of Head||4m|
What is the clothesline made of? It is a fully galvanised steel frame just like the old Hills Hoist of years gone by. What is the line made of? This is also galvanised steel wire for superior strength and durability. What is the difference between the Heritage 4 and the Supa A4 rotary clothesline? The main difference is the Supa A4 has a black plastic crank case and handle as opposed to the alloy crank case and handle of the Heritage 4, the arms are more solidly constructed on the Heritage 4 as well. Other than that they are exactly the same size. How does the Supa A4 compare to other, similar clotheslines? To compare all of the Supa A4's features against Austral clotheslines that are similar, then visit our Hills Hoist Supa A4 clothesline comparison chart. Can I install this clothesline myself? Yes, if you are reasonably handy then you can do this yourself. All models come with complete instructions to do the job successfully. If you are unsure we do offer an installation service in most capital cities around Australia. How much space do I need to have so it will fit in my backyard without interfering with anything when it is rotating in the breeze? It is best to allow an extra 1 metre to the diameter of the clotheslines for free rotation. You will find the Head Diameter and Area Required under the ‘Dimensions’ tab on each product page. Can the Fixed Head rotary clothesline be removed from the ground? No, this type of clothesline is permanently cemented into the ground. If the diameter of the clothesline is a bit big for the area I have, can I reduce it? Yes, this is very easy to do. Remove the caps on the ends of the arms and trim down with a hacksaw, replace the caps. You may lose the outer line when doing this though.
When you place an order, we will estimate delivery dates for you based on the availability of your items and as a general rule we make every effort to have most orders delivered within 2 - 9 working days from date of order depending on your location within Australia and the product purchased.
Please keep in mind some products are of a 'Made to Order' nature and may take a little longer. Rural and regional areas can take longer, up to approx. 12 - 19 working days.
If you have ordered installation or want to have your new clothesline installed by one of our professional installers, please see the steps below which outline the order/installation process.
Step 1. Place your order online or over the phone by calling 1300 798 779
Step 2. Your order will be processed within 24 hours (Mon - Fri) and the details of your order are then sent to the warehouse and the appropriate installer.
Step 3. Depending on the product you have chosen and your location the clothesline will either be picked up from the warehouse or sent by courier to the installer.
Step 4. Once the clothesline installer has the clothesline and he is ready to do your installation, he will call you directly on the phone number provided to arrange the installation day with you. Please make sure you provide the most contactable phone number/s. The installer will bring the clothesline with him on the day of installation.
Step 5. This process generally takes approx. 1 - 3 weeks depending on seasonal demand.
To view the complete guide to clothesline installation, please click on the following link Clothesline Installation Process