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Raised Pond With Liner 6ft x 4ft


In a nutshell....

Large rectangular timber raised pond kits to create a water feature centrepiece for your outdoor garden. These ponds are raised above the ground to eliminate the need for digging a hole and they can be placed on any surface. Comes with pond liner included. Pond size: 6ft x 4ft x 16in high. Comes with 16oz Rubber Mallet for assembly.

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Large Garden Ponds

Large wooden outdoor garden pond that sits above ground and can be placed on any surface. This eliminates the need for any digging. Our raised ponds are made from extra thick timber and are easy to assemble. They come with all required fittings and instructions. A raised pond is great for complementing a raised vegetable garden or for use as a stand alone koi and other fish pond, water plant garden or just a rustic timber water structure for the garden.

The pond has a wide border edge around the top that is perfect for sitting on or putting pots and pond additions onto.

This product is supplied in kit form comprising the raised pond assembly, edging boards and PVC liner. A top mounted planter to house a water feature or foliage is available separately.

The timber used is extra thick 4.5cm (1.75in) timber boards that slot together with a tongue and groove system incorporating a 'Lock Cut' that make them quite difficult to take apart. The boards have a stylish ridged face on the outside. For assembly use a Rubber mallet or a standard hammer with an old piece of wood.

With continued exposure to water some timber products may be susceptible to damage. We recommend that the top boards are protected with Restol, a wood oil preservative. Wood oil is a very fine natural oil which is able to penetrate the timber, nourishing and protecting it from the inside out. The fact that is derived from natural oils makes it non-toxic and significantly less harmful to organic and living materials.

6ft x 4ft x 16in high
Timber used is 4.5cm (1.75in) thick
Top Border is 14cm wide (5.5in). The tops are included as standard with each pond.

Internal pond dimensions: 62in (1565mm) x 38in (965mm)

Capacity in gallons and litres inc approx (conservative estimate) number of fish:
16.5 inches (42 cm) high = 138 Gallons (629 Litres) = 4 x 2 inch goldfish.
22 inches high (56cm) = 184 Gallons (839 Litres) = 6 x 2 inch goldfish.
26.5 inches high (67cm) = 220 Gallons (1003 Litres) = 8 x 2inch goldfish.
32 inches high (81cm) = 260 Gallons (1213 Litres) = 10 x 2 inch goldfish.
37.5 inches high (95cm) = 313 Gallons (1423 Litres) = 12 x 2 inch goldfish
44 inchs high (110cm) = 362 Gallons (1647 Litres) = 14 x 2 inch goldfish



Click the link below to download Assembly Instructions:

6x4 Raised Pond Assembly Instructions



With continued exposure to water some timber products may be susceptible to damage. We recommend that the top boards are protected with Restol, a wood oil preservative. Wood oil is a very fine natural oil which is able to penetrate the timber, nourishing and protecting it from the inside out. The fact that is derived from natural oils makes it non-toxic and significantly less harmful to organic and living materials.

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Adrian Ellison
March 11th, 2019
After querying and receiving your replies about the liner and pond, I purchased same and am very pleased with the product, delivery and ease of assembly. The liner required a bit of patience getting it into the corners and trying to keep the folds down to 2 at each corner but my wife and I succeeded. I used a rubber headed mallet and block of wood to assemble the pond. A staple gun to secure the liner along the edge of the pond before drilling pilot holes and screwing the top boards in place. Your on site video of how to assemble the pond was very useful. Very satisfied with the pond as are my fish.
November 23rd, 2018
We ordered an above ground garden pond, 6ft x 4ft x 26½inches high. It arrived in 4 well sealed packs which are very heavy. I strongly recommend you watch the video on how this goes together as it made building it an absolute breeze with no issues during assembly. I used a sledge hammer instead of a rubber mallet as it was more effective in driving the joints home. Just be sure to hit the wood square on and use another protective piece of wood so as not to damage the structure. It took about 30 minutes to assemble and 2 hours to fill with water. Fantastic product!
September 25th, 2018
Excellent service and product, good strong timbers, easy to follow assembly instructions took approximately a couple of hours to erect. We are so pleased with it and it looks great in are garden, Highly recommend.
Arthur Tyrrell
August 13th, 2018
I have just erected a 6ftx4ft x26.5" pond. Fortunately I had watched the video so had a good idea how it went together. Have to say it was a lot harder to assemble that the guy on the video makes it sound. Some of the joints were very tough to slot together especially if the board had got a slight warp in it. My kit did not come with a rubber mallet so I used a sledge hammer and a piece of spare timber to protect the boards. It took quite a few heavy blows to assemble. My kit also came with a 3mx3m liner and I noted that it should have been a 4mx3m liner for this depth of pool. I was assured that the 3mx3m would be OK. However, although I did manage to fit it into the pool, there was very little spare liner on the length and it was quite tricky to get it to cover the long length and the ends. Could have dome with at least another 1ft for comfort. Also there were no screws to screw down the top boards, so had to find some long screws myself. Now assembled and looks very sturdy. Now
Margaret Waugh
July 10th, 2018
Product arrived as promised 6ft x 4ft x 37.5. Used live chat and had immediate response, very good service. Found the on site video very useful and had no issues with the construction apart from needing a lump hammer and piece of wood rather than a rubber hammer. We realised afterwards this was because the timber when it arrived was quite damp and had probably expanded and it made the joints very tight, when we left it a couple of days to dry out it went together easier. Now finished the pond is a solid structure and looks really good, fish absolutely love it.
June 05th, 2018
Looks very good assembled-Had to use online and phone options to clarify some assembly points but questions were fully answered and very pleased with product
Alex Mckie
May 19th, 2018
Purchased a 6’x4’x32in pond arrived OK and managed to assemble with no issued but I did and have issued with missing items and satisfactory help in getting them resolved. The missing items were the mallet and screws (m4x80). I advised Quickcrop and did receive screws but these were only 60mm long which is not sufficient to securely hold on the pond edging. So, have had to purchase the M4X80 screws so that I can get my pond completed. But pond does look good and can't wait to instal pump etc so that I can get my fish transfered ito it.
Paul Crookson
April 10th, 2018
Very pleased with this product. Erected pond frame within one hour, with a little help from a gently applied sledgehammer. Good tight structure. Liner required a little more patience, but we managed with the wife inside and me ready with the staple gun. We put a couple of inches of sand in the base before putting in the liner. Recommend watching the video on this site before you start.
March 19th, 2018
we are using it as a fish pond easy to put up and our fish are loving all the space they have now as they were in a tiny one before great value
Elaine Andrewartha
March 13th, 2018
Our pond was delivered without the top seat boards hope this gets sorted as a shane as the pond looks lovely they also got my postcode wrong even though I bought it online.
IsoldeO Rourke
February 04th, 2018
Very happy with Quick-crops raised pond.. even tho we only have it half put together yet! :D Solid sturdy structure etc, Highly recomme4nded
Michelle Matthews
January 03rd, 2017
Excellent service. Received product within the week... we bought the raised pond and we are so happy with the result. Instruction video was superb and a great help, hubby had it built inc the liner within 2 hours. Our fish are loving it....would highly recommend this company. Will definately buy from again. Thank you
April 16th, 2016
The kit was really heavy and robust and took a bit of hammering to assemble. However the finished product looks good and should last a long time
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Asked By Ann Minifie
on July 22nd, 2019
Could you make a pond 6’ long x 3’6” wide x 26.5” depth please
Answered by Niall
on July 23rd, 2019
Hi Ann I am afraid our machining of the wood for the ponds is set so the dimensions of 6ft x 4ft is the closest i can get to what you are looking for. Sorry i can't be of more help on this Niall Quickcrop
Asked By Graham
on June 03rd, 2019
Surely it would be easier to put water in the pond before cutting to length and stapling the liner as it will settle better and wont stretch
Answered by Niall
on June 04th, 2019
Hi Graham You are right. That is how i do it when building the ponds however you will need to make sure to put at least one staple in each side just to make sure the water doesn't fully pull any of the sides down with it Niall Quickcrop
Asked By Graham
on June 02nd, 2019
Would I need 1 litre of oil for a 6x4 32inch raised pond
Answered by Niall
on June 04th, 2019
Hi Graham A 1 liter tin would be loads for that size of Pond Niall Quickcrop
Asked By Pete
on May 31st, 2019
Have you not got 8 x 4 ponds anymore?
Answered by Andrew
on May 31st, 2019
Hi Pete Unfortunately we have had supply problems with 8ft ponds but hope to have them back in stock by mid Summer. Sorry for the inconvenience!
Asked By Pete
on May 27th, 2019
How many koi could you have in a 6ft x4ft 32 inch deep bed
Answered by Niall
on May 27th, 2019
Hi Pete To be honest you might need to go up to 44 inches to take the Koi. A 6ft x 4ft x 44 inch high pond will take 2/3 Koi. They need a lot of space Niall Quickcrop
Asked By Peter Turton
on May 06th, 2019
Hi. I am interested in 6’ x 4’ raised pond but deeper than 16”..say 24” Is that possible? How does it affect the price? Delivery would be Chester CH1..many thanks. Peter
Answered by Niall
on May 07th, 2019
Hi Peter We do all the way to 44 inches high. When you are in the product page on the website if you click the down arrow beside the 16 inches tab it will bring up the different sizes and the prices Niall Quickcrop
Asked By John
on May 03rd, 2019
Hi, I am considering purchasing a 6" x 4" raised pond from you, but would like to use a welded liner. I note that you do not supply this for a 37.5" deep kit, What would the required measurements be if I was to have one made?
Answered by Niall
on May 07th, 2019
Hi John It might be best if you contact us directly by phone and we can have a chat about the measurements you would need to have a liner made Niall Quickcrop
Asked By Debra Exall
on April 22nd, 2019
Hi. Will you deliver to a Guernsey , Channel Islands. Also we do not pay VAT so would you remove VAT? Thanks.
Answered by Niall
on April 23rd, 2019
Hi Debra We only deliver the Premium ponds to Guernsey but there is a surcharge for large pallet deliveries which this would be of £100. If you want to order please phone the office and we will get this sorted out for you Regards Niall Quickcrop
Asked By David
on February 24th, 2019
What material are the liners made of?
Answered by Megan
on February 25th, 2019
Hi David - the pond liners are made from a Butane rubber. Thanks, Meg - Quickcrop
Asked By Mike
on February 06th, 2019
Hi, Can you please provide the 6’ X 4’ X 26.5 Pond without a liner with a recalculated price. Price of raised pond without liner. Best regards Mike.
Answered by Megan
on February 07th, 2019
Hi Mike, You would get £30 off if you opt out of the liner. If you like I can send you on a promo code to use at checkout? Please use the contact form on our website or alternatively use the live chat to send me on your contact details and I'll get that sent across then. Regards, Meg Quickcrop
Answered by Megan
on February 07th, 2019
Hi Mike, You would get £30 off if you opt out of the liner. If you like I can send you on a promo code to use at checkout? Please use the contact form on our website or alternatively use the live chat to send me on your contact details and I'll get that sent across then. Regards, Meg Quickcrop
Asked By Alex Mckie
on August 27th, 2018
What can I use to protect my raised pond
Answered by Niall
on August 27th, 2018
Hi Alex We have a great product called Restol on the website Regards Niall Quickcrop
Asked By Daniel
on August 20th, 2018
I am looking for a 6ft by 4ft by 44ins, but want to be able to the pond in the ground by an additional foot to assist the fish in cold weather. Can you supply a price above the £549.00 please? Thanks.
Answered by Niall
on August 21st, 2018
Hi Daniel I can bring the pond up to 55 inches along with a bigger liner. It would cost £679 in total. If it is just a deeper liner you want so that you can dig in to the ground just add another £20 to the £549 price. If you want to go ahead just phone the office and ask for me. Regards Niall Quickcrop
Asked By Rachel
on June 29th, 2018
Hi there am interested in buying a 6ft by 4ft by 44inch pond how many gallons of water would be in this at that size plz
Answered by John
on July 02nd, 2018
362 Gallons (1647 Litres)
Asked By Colin Stubbing
on June 28th, 2018
Please could you confirm the maximum external dimensions of a 6ft by 4ft raised pond. If I were building a paved base on which to stand it, how big would that base need to be? Thanks.
Answered by John
on July 02nd, 2018
External Dimensions are 6ft by 4ft
Asked By Kate Warren
on June 08th, 2018
If we are fitting a pump should we put the cable under the top section and leave a small gap or should we leave cable on the top? Thanks Kate
Answered by Andrew
on June 08th, 2018
Hi Kate. Yes, you can put the pump cable under the top section. The best method is to cut a small nick in one of the top boards before you put the liner on. The cable can be laid in this indent and the finishing rail placed on top to conceal the liner edge and the cable entry point. I hope this helps. Andrew
Asked By John Allerton
on May 29th, 2018
Is it possible to fit a shelf to raise the pump and filter off the bottom
Answered by Andrew
on May 31st, 2018
Hi John Technically you could fit a shelf to raise the pump but this would add complications fitting the liner. The easier solution would be to build up bricks or blocks on the base of the pond and place your pump on top of these. I hope this helps. Andrew
Asked By Dennis Barker
on May 20th, 2018
Can you supply a raised fish pond 6ft x 3ft x 26.5ins and how much would that cost?
Answered by Niall
on May 21st, 2018
Hi Dennis I am afraid at present we can only supply the ponds in 4ft, 6ft and 8ft lengths. We are looking at being able to add to this range but presently this is what we have on offer Regards Niall Quickcrop
Asked By Ian
on May 17th, 2018
What are the internal measurements of the 6x4x16 raised pond.
Answered by Andrew
on May 18th, 2018
Hi Ian Internal pond dimensions: 62in (1565mm) x 38in (965mm). Let me know if I can be of any further assistance. Andrew
Asked By Tony
on May 15th, 2018
Hi I’m thinking of buying the raised pond 21 inches high I’ve just looked on your fitting guid on YouTube and it shows a premise pond but this one says plastic liner is they right and if so what does the liner sit on thanks
Answered by Niall
on May 16th, 2018
Hi Tony The liner literally sits in to the pond and once filled sits on the ground or patio whatever surface you are putting it on. It is sometimes best to put an old piece of carpet or sand down as a base to ensure that when the liner goes in that it doesn't get a nick from a stone on the surface etc. Regards Niall Quickcrop
Asked By Robert
on May 11th, 2018
The video suggests that the liner is pre formed and drops into place. Is that correct?. If not, how is the liner installed? Thanks
Answered by Andrew
on May 14th, 2018
Hi Robert The liner is a single sheet that needs to be folded to fit the pond. The animation is designed to show the build steps of the pond and only represents the liner going into the pond rather than an accurate representation. The liner is folded at the corners to fit your pond and stapled around the top. A finishing rail is fixed over the top of the liner to leave a neat and tidy job.
Asked By Tony
on April 13th, 2018
Hi I’m intending to place one of your 6’ x 4’ x 36” ponds on a flower bed of soil. What preparation to the soil or What would you advice to place the pond on for stability or to support the pond?
Answered by Andrew
on April 16th, 2018
Hi Tony If the soil is well settled would recommend just levelling the site and removing any stones or other obstructions which might damage the liner. I would also fill the base with 2 inches of sand. If it is a newly built bed would advise waiting for it to settle of compacting the soil as much as possible. I hope this helps. Andrew
Asked By Alex Campbell
on April 11th, 2018
I assume the excess water will drain out under the top boards ie after it has rained?
Answered by Niall
on April 12th, 2018
Hi Alex Thats right however some people cut a small notch in the top board before the finish top goes on and put the liner down in to the notch which allows the water out in a specific place Regards Niall Quickcrop
Asked By Mrs L Fathers
on April 08th, 2018
My sons fishpond is falling apart (it's homemade not one of yours) he only has one fish left, a ghost carp which is about 12-15 inches long . I am going to Rehome it at mine but don't have a pond yet, I'm thinking of a raised pond 6 ft by 4 ft how deep should it be.
Answered by Andrew
on April 09th, 2018
For a carp of that size I would recommend a depth of at least 32 inches but if you had to use a 6 x 4 pond I would be inclined to go as deep as possible (44 inches) given the size of the fish. What size pond is the fish currently in?
Asked By Paul Hamburger
on March 30th, 2018
Hi,can you please tell me how many boards high is the 32" pond? Thank you.
Answered by Niall
on April 02nd, 2018
Morning Paul The 32 inch pond is 6 boards high Regards Niall Quickcrop
Asked By alen
on February 06th, 2018
hi/on the 21 inch pond what would the maximum depth of the water be in inches
Answered by Niall
on February 06th, 2018
Hi Alen. Roughly 18 inches of water depth.
Asked By Lyn
on October 18th, 2017
What is the height of the pond with three rows of planks?
Answered by Andrew
on October 18th, 2017
Hi Lyn. That is the starter pond which is 16 inches high
Asked By David
on September 30th, 2017
Hi, I know you don't recommend it but, how much visible water would there be using a 6ft cascade on a 4x6 pond? Thanks
Answered by Andrew
on October 02nd, 2017
Hi David. You would still have 4ft of visible water using the 6ft cascade on the 6ft x 4ft Pond.
Asked By Terri Davies
on August 30th, 2017
Hi, I see you do ponds 6 ft x 6 ft max depth how much would it be please
Answered by Andrew
on August 31st, 2017
Hi Terri. The maximum depth on the 6ft x 6ft Pond is 44 inches and they are 585 including the liner.
Asked By Bradbury
on August 08th, 2017
Hi can you clarify please if purchasing the 6x4 raised pond plus the 6ft long blade with trough to install on top. I assumed I would have 2ft of visible water to the front of this but reading in other questions it would appear internal dimensions are considerably smaller. Can you clarify with this in position please what visible area of clear water is possible
Answered by Andrew
on August 09th, 2017
Hi Bradbury. I don't think I would recommend the 6ft long cascade for this bed for the reasons you mention, it might be better to use the 4ft version on the short end. As regards visible water you will have 19.5 inches visible as due to the construction of the pond you loose 4.5 inches each side.
Asked By Andy Gover
on July 12th, 2017
Probably a simple one but is it ok to paint the exterior wood surface with a specialist paint e.g Cuprinol garden shades? I''m only thinking the sides not the top rail.
Answered by Andrew
on July 13th, 2017
It is of course. The beds are already treated so they will last with the UK weather. However staining it again for a visual effect won't do any harm at all.
Asked By Kevin Inwood
on July 02nd, 2017
The picture appears to show that it sits a few inches off the ground. Is this the case as I intend to place it on a decked area and would want air water debris to be able to be washed underneath and away. Thank you
Answered by Andrew
on July 03rd, 2017
Hi Kevin. I am a little confused with your question so apologies if my response doesn't answer you clearly. The pond sits directly on to the ground but if you are putting it on to decking then there will still be air flowing underneath the pond as there will be space under the decking. Feel free to call us in the office to discuss if you want more clarification.
Asked By Alan Wickenden
on July 01st, 2017
Hi, I have just ordered a pond, what type of sand should I put in the base
Answered by Andrew
on July 03rd, 2017
Hi Alan. Standard Builders sand will do just fine. It is just to give a smooth surface on the base for the liner to sit in to with no sharp edges protruding causing the liner to break. So the type of sand is not that important. What is important is that you make it deep enough for no stones or rocks to get through.
Asked By Shawn
on June 26th, 2017
Hi, We are in the United States. Will you deliver to the US or do you know of a company that sells your product in the US?
Answered by Andrew
on June 27th, 2017
Hi Shawn. We don't presently ship to the US however we are talking to a US distributor about carrying our products but it may be next Spring before they are available in the US i'm afraid.
Asked By Michael
on June 11th, 2017
Hi, is the liner fitted or require folding at each corner?
Answered by Andrew
on June 13th, 2017
Hi Michael. The liner needs to be folded in to the corners but once filled it naturally moves in to position.
Asked By Jane Tucker
on May 26th, 2017
I am want to know that if I made the pond slightly deeper by digging down just 6" will the liner supplied with the pond reach that extra depth?
Answered by Andrew
on May 30th, 2017
Hi Jane. Six inches down would be fine but any more you would have to let us know so that we can cut the liner extra long
Asked By Dee
on April 07th, 2017
What type of wood is the pond made from? Is it hardwood?
Answered by Andrew
on April 11th, 2017
Hi Dee. The timber used in our ponds is pressure treated northern European spruce.
Asked By Lyn
on April 02nd, 2017
Hi if i want to change my order in any way can i? I'e the hight size etc. If yes how soon do i need to let you know.
Answered by Andrew
on April 05th, 2017
Hi Lyn. Yes you can change your order but you need to let us know asap as we usually pack and ship within a day or twp of order. In this case I don't see an order under your name but perhaps you would like to contact the office and can get this sorted.
Asked By TIM
on March 02nd, 2017
what is the internal dimension of the timber frame, could I fit a 6X4 fibre glass pond into your frame. what is the life expectancy of your timber frame and does it need treating every couple of years
Answered by Andrew
on March 03rd, 2017
Hi Tim. You would not be able to fit a 6x4 fibre glass liner in the pond, the internal dimensions are 5x3ft. The timber will last 8-10 years if left untreated. If you paint will a wood oil every 2 years it will last much longer.
Asked By Mohammed Saleem
on February 18th, 2017
Hi How much is 6-4-37.5 pond without liner? How do I pay for it?
Answered by Andrew
on February 20th, 2017
Hi Mohammad. It would be best if you phoned us in the office and we will give you a price and organise over the phone. Anything off spec is best done this way.
Asked By Mohammed Saleem
on February 11th, 2017
Can you make 7/4ft?
Answered by Andrew
on February 13th, 2017
Hi Mohammed. I am afraid not. 6ft x 4ft or 6ft x 6ft as the boards are set sizes
Asked By Mohammed Saleem
on February 06th, 2017
Hi How much would the pond 6ft by4ft by 32inch be without the liner?
Answered by Andrew
on February 06th, 2017
Hi Mohammed. Thank you for your enquiry, the 6ft by 4ft pond without the liner would be £325.95.
Asked By Mohammed Saleem
on February 04th, 2017
Hi Do you supply 6ft by4ft 32inch without liner?
Answered by Andrew
on February 06th, 2017
Hi Mohammed. Yes we do but it is not on the website. If you phone us in the office we can arrange this over the phone. The Pond without the liner is less £45.
Asked By Cyril Ahtuam
on August 22nd, 2016
Your advertised pond 6 by 4 by 32 inches high. do you make one for height between 36inchers to 48 inches height? If so what is the cost. Please confirm.
Answered by Andrew
on August 23rd, 2016
A 48 inch pond kit will cost £564.
Asked By Adrian Ellison
on August 04th, 2016
Any word on how long the liner should last?
Answered by Andrew
on August 04th, 2016
Hi Adrian. If the pond liner is fitted correctly and you put sand in the base of the pond it will easily last 10 years +
Asked By Adrian ellison
on July 27th, 2016
How long is the timber guaranteed for and how long should the liner last?
Answered by Andrew
on July 27th, 2016
Hi Adrian. The timber used in our raised ponds will last at least 10 years, more if cleaned and treated every 3 years. The manufacturer doesn't provide is with a lifespan for the liner but I would expect about the same. I will ask them and post it on the site.
Asked By Stephen Harris
on May 14th, 2016
Could you make one 16'x8'x3' Deep?
Answered by Andrew
on May 16th, 2016
Hi Stephen. Unfortunately the longest section of wood we can deliver with our couriers is 6ft so the largest pond we are able to supply is 6ft square. We can make the raised ponds deeper by additional boards but are restricted with the size.

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£24.95 - Finland, Norway, Portugal, Spain.


How long does delivery take?
Stock permitting we aim to dispatch your goods within 1 - 2 working days of receiving your order. The average time taken from order to delivery is 3 - 4 days in the UK and Ireland, and up to 6/7 working days for France, Germany and the Benelux countries.

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When the order has been dispatched we will provide you with a tracking number for your shipment, you will be able to log on to the relevant couriers website and see where your parcel is at any time. You can also call the office on 01788 298 795 or email if you need more information.

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The driver will leave a note with the depot contact number. Delivery can be arranged for the next day or a later date. The driver will not leave the parcel without a signature however they can leave your parcel with a neighbour if instructed to do so in our notes section at the checkout stage on the website. If your order is for Raised beds or Ponds it will be delivered by Tuffnells carriers and they do not require a signature for the delivery. They will leave your order in a safe place and put a note in your door telling you where it is (typically down the side of the house or around the back)

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All items dispatched at the same time will normally be delivered in one delivery. The exceptions are bulk bags of soil or compost which comes in a separate delivery using a different delivery company.

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Please note that the goods must be returned in the same condition that they left us so if you have opened your parcel you must ensure it is well enough packed to make it back to us undamaged.

Damaged Goods Returns
If the parcel is visibly damaged upon delivery, Do Not Sign for the Order. After that just email us on and we will do the rest. Obviously it is not always possible to spot a damage in that moment of delivery so don’t worry. As soon as you open your parcel if the goods are not as they should be just email us a photo of the issue clearly explaining the problem. We will be back to you within the day with a solution. This is normally to arrange a collection at a time that suits you and arrange for a replacement to be sent out. We have very few damages so we act very quickly. Please note the Photo is important so that we can claim off our couriers.

A Simple Return
So you have decided on receipt of the goods that you simple don’t want them. Again simple. Just email us at explaining that we want to return your goods clearly stating your name and your order number. We will arrange for collection on an agreed day. Once the goods arrive back in our warehouse and they have been checked as in the condition they left us we will refund you less 15% of the product value. We won’t even charge you for the collection. Now it doesn’t get any better than that.

European Returns
Customers outside of the UK and Ireland are covered by the damages Returns policy above. If you want to return your goods due to the fact that you no longer want it you simply email us on and let us know. You will then need to return your goods to the following address and once it arrives back to us in the condition it left us we will refund you less the 15% restocking charge.

The address for European Returns is:
Quickcrop Ltd – Unit 13 Block A, Flurrybridge Business Park, Lower Foughill Road, Newry, Northern Ireland BT358SQ

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