Garden Bridges made with Plastic Lumber

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Our Plastic lumber Bridges offer a nice alternative to Redwood, Cedar or chemically treated wood as it is extremely durable, requires little maintenance and is resistant to decay, splintering, cracking and even graffiti.

We personally design and build every plastic bridge so you deal directly with the actual builder and not a middle man or affiliate.

See our Order Form to order these bridges by postal mail or click on the buttons below to order them online or feel free to place an order by phone by calling one of the phone numbers at the top of the page or e-mail for more info or to order these bridges.

12 foot Plastic Lumber Pool Bridge (or Step Bridge)

12 foot pool bridge or step bridge 12 foot pool bridge or step bridge This bridge is 15 feet long including the steps with a span of 12 feet. It has about 20" clearance underneath which is designed to go over a pool, creek or waterfall. It is built out of plastic lumber composite materials. The steps are made out of Red Cedar. It was built for Sunsplash Pools and Spas in MA. Call or email for a price quote.

11 foot plastic bridge 8 foot Plastic Bridge $2599.00 (free shipping)
10 foot Plastic Bridge $2999.00 (free shipping)
12 foot Plastic Bridge $3099.00 (free shipping)

Free shipping through motor freight, fully assembled except for the posts and rails.

Call for prices for other sizes.

plastic bridge platform For construction purposes, plastic lumber is a dense hardwood like maple. It can be sawed, planed and drilled without cracking, but there are a few differences as it is generally harder to work with compared with natural wood.

Plastic lumber does not leak toxic chemicals into the soil or water and outlasts comparable treated wood products and may be guaranteed to last for up to 5 decades!

plastic lumber for bridges
bottom of plastic bridge Plastic lumber is gaining popularity and is now being used in a number of different outdoor structures, including garden benches, picnic tables, decks, docks and now garden bridges. Mainly offered in Cedar or brown, other colors might be available.

The cost of plastic lumber is considerably more expensive than the price of redwood or cedar wood but payback is in just 3 years when you factor in that there is no maintenance or replacement costs and bridges made out of plastic lumber can last up to 50 years of carefree use.

These bridges are very heavy compared to wooden bridges and thus their prices are much higher, mainly for shipping and materials.

Following are pictures of an 11 foot bridge, weighing about 700lbs, being moved into place with a crane:

plastic bridge being moved by a crane bridge after being moved into place and before rails are attached