|Type||Length||Width||Height||Number of rooms|
|HE-1||934 mm||1078 mm||1251 mm||1|
|HE-3||1400 mm||1617 mm||1650 mm||3|
|HE-6||2122 mm||2450 mm||2000 mm||6|
Tunetanken floating Hexagonal Duck Houses are exclusive nesting residences for ducks and other waterfowls. Duck Houses can be placed in lakes or ponds. By placing duck houses on the water, you minimise the risk of predators ravaging the nests for eggs.
Hexagonal Duck Houses have to be moored to the bottom of the lake with either anchor poles or p-ring anchors. See mounting instructions.
Be aware of the fact that wild ducks normally do not find nesting material on their own. It is, therefore, very important to supply and decorate the Duck House with nesting material in order to make sure that the house will get accepted. Supply each nesting room with approx. 15 cm thick layer of mulch. Straw and similar light material is not a suitable nesting material, as the ducks will remove it or shove it out of the nests.
Hexagonal Duck Houses are designed with separate entrances for each nesting room to make sure that it is easy for the ducks to enter and exit the nesting house.
Hexagonal Duck Houses are mainly produced in composite materials. Exterior composite walls are cladded with wood to provide the houses with a natural look. Composite materials have benefits such as watertightness, insulation, corrosion resistance, strength, low weight and minimal maintenance.