Bird Houses

Bird houses, or nesting boxes are used by a wide variety of birds that nest naturally in tree cavities.  This includes birds such as wrens, chickadees, nuthatches, bluebirds, Purple Martins as well as some species of woodpeckers, swallows, flycatchers and owls.  In addition to traditional style bird houses we also sell WBU Nesting Perches for species that typically nest on ledges such as American Robins, Easter Phoebes, Barn Swallows and Gray Catbirds.  For the winter season we carry roosting boxes to help birds get some shelter and survive cold conditions. Bird houses should be placed out for use in Feb-March, so birds can inspect them. 

Imagine a wood-free bird house that actually looks like wood! Our EcoTough® bird houses won't crack, fade or rot and have a lifetime guarantee.  EcoTough® feeders and houses are environmentally friendly, high quality products that are made from recycled plastic. These feeders and houses prevent used plastic from making their way into our landfills. EcoTough® bird houses features:

  • Spaces for ventilation
  • Drainage holes
  • Predator guards (on bluebird house)
  • A ladder for nestlings
  • Two doors for easy access and cleaning
  • Lifetime guarantee

WBU Bird House Features

WBU Bird House Features

 

Eastern Bluebird Houses

WBU EcoTough® Eastern Bluebird Nesting Box:  Our top-of-the-line bluebird house includes all of the key elements needed for a successful nesting experience for both tenant and landlord. It's the ideal size for bluebirds, and it includes the proper drainage and ventilation to keep babies dry. Our unique two-way opening system makes cleaning, maintenance and monitoring a snap.

EcoTough™ feeders and houses are environmentally friendly, high quality products that are made from recycled plastic milk jugs. These feeders and houses prevent used milk jugs from making their way into our landfills. EcoTough feeders and houses won't rot, crack, fade, or warp like wood can. They also come with limited lifetime guarantees.

This house can be mounted on the WBU Advanced Pole System® (APS) Basic Setup Mounting Hardware (sold separately) or a fence. Poles systems tend to offer the best protection from predators. Bluebird boxes should be mounted 4 to 5 feet above the ground and facing away from prevailing winds, and 50 to 100 meters apart. Try to place the boxes close to trees shrubs or fences. Bluebirds will use them when feeding and when young ones are learning to fly.

Dimensions: 10¾" x 11¾" x 8¼"

House Opening: 1½" diameter entrance hole

See a video about "How to Provide a Safe Nest Box for Bluebirds" at the bottom of this page.

EcoTough Eastern Bluebird Nesting Box

Bluebird House: Bluebirds are not only beautiful, but are fascinating to watch. Bring some colour into your neighbourhood by providing a bluebird a home with a Bluebird House. Hand made in Canada from white pine and sealed with linseed oil, this house is ready to withstand the elements. The inside walls are scored to provide easy footholds. Front wall opens for easy cleaning and maintenance. Hang this Bluebird House using the hanger already fastened to the back and stabilize the house with a screw through the two inch area at the bottom. This house can be mounted on the WBU Advanced Pole System® (APS) Basic Setup Mounting Hardware(sold separately) or a fence. Poles systems tend to offer the best protection from predators. Bluebird boxes should be mounted 4 to 5 feet above the ground and facing away from prevailing winds, and 50 to 100 meters apart. Try to place the boxes close to trees shrubs or fences. Bluebirds will use them when feeding and when young ones are learning to fly.

Dimensions: 16" H x 7"W x 9" D

House Opening: 1½" diameter entrance hole

Eastern Bluebird Nest

WBU Eastern Bluebird House: The WBU Eastern Bluebird House is one of the finest bluebird houses on the market! Predator guard is standard to keep starlings, squirrels and other undesirables out, while small floor discourages sparrow nests.  Made of Eastern White Pine this bird house is constructed to last and features ventilation and drainage holes, doors that open for easy access for cleaning, hooks for hanging and a rough interior so fledglings can easily leave the nest box. Each bird house also includes a brochure that describes the species that the nest box has been designed for, placement and maintenance of the product. This bird house has been approved by the North American Bluebird Society. This house can be mounted on the WBU Advanced Pole System® (APS) Basic Setup Mounting Hardware (sold separately) or a fence. Poles systems tend to offer the best protection from predators. Bluebird boxes should be mounted 4 to 5 feet above the ground and facing away from prevailing winds, and 50 to 100 meters apart. Try to place the boxes close to trees shrubs or fences. Bluebirds will use them when feeding and when young ones are learning to fly.

Dimensions: 12½" x 6" x 8½"

House Opening: 1½" diameter entrance hole

WBU Eastern Bluebird House

WBU Basic Bluebird House: The WBU Basic Bluebird House is simple yet functional. This house focuses on the basic needs of its intended residents Eastern Bluebirds. Made from cedar this house features ventilation and drainage holes, doors that open for easy access for cleaning, hooks for hanging and interior ladder so fledglings can easily leave the nest box when the time comes. This bird house has been approved by the North American Bluebird Society. This house can be mounted on the  WBU Advanced Pole System® (APS) Basic Setup Mounting Hardware (sold separately) or a fence. Poles systems tend to offer the best protection from predators. Bluebird boxes should be mounted 4 to 5 feet above the ground and facing away from prevailing winds, and 50 to 100 meters apart. Try to place the boxes close to trees shrubs or fences. Bluebirds will use them when feeding and when young ones are learning to fly.

Dimensions: 12 H" x 6" W x 7¼” D

House Opening: 1½" diameter entrance hole

WBU Basic Bluebird House

House Wren, Chickadee and Nuthatch Houses

WBU EcoTough® House Wren/Chickadee Nesting Box: Our high quality EcoTough™ House Wren/Chickadee bird house allows for proper drainage and ventilation to keep the nest and babies dry and has an ideal floor size for wrens and chickadees. It also includes our two-way opening system. The side opens for clean-out, and the roof opens for monitoring the nest. 

House Wrens inhabit a wide variety of habitats and they readily take to nesting in bird houses (and just about anywhere else they can find). For House Wrens houses should be mounted 5-10 feet high near trees or tall shrubs. House Wrens are quite sociable and will accept nest boxes close to your house. Wren houses should be mounted with the entrance hold away from prevailing winds on a tree, fence post or on a pole WBU Advanced Pole System® (APS) Basic Setup Mounting Hardware (sold separately). Poles systems tend to offer the best protection from predators. It can also be hung using the WBU Hanging Cable

Black-capped Chickadees are partial to nesting in shaded areas, forest edges and meadows. For these birds fill the box with 4-5 inches of wood shavings to allow them to excavate their own nest. Chickadees nest boxes should be mounted 5 to 15 feet above the ground with the entrance hold away from prevailing winds on a tree, fence post or on a pole WBU Advanced Pole System® (APS) Basic Setup Mounting Hardware (sold separately). Poles systems tend to offer the best protection from predators. It can also be hung using the WBU Hanging Cable

EcoTough feeders and houses are environmentally friendly, high quality products that are made from recycled plastic milk jugs. These feeders and houses prevent used milk jugs from making their way into our landfills. EcoTough™ feeders and houses won't rot, crack, fade or warp like wood can. They also come with limited lifetime guarantees.

Dimensions: 8" x 9½" x 6¾"

House Opening: 1⅛" diameter entrance hole

EcoTough House Wren/Chickadee Nesting Box

WBU House Wren/Chickadee Nesting Box:  Our high quality Wren/Chickadee bird house is made of durable red cedar. Its design allows for proper drainage and ventilation to keep the nest and babies dry and has an ideal floor size for wrens and chickadees. Also includes our two-way opening system. The side opens for clean out and the roof opens for monitoring the nest. 

House Wrens inhabit a wide variety of habitats and they readily take to nesting in bird houses (and just about anywhere else they can find). For House Wrens houses should be mounted 5-10 feet high near trees or tall shrubs. House Wrens are quite sociable and will accept nest boxes close to your house. Wren houses should be mounted with the entrance hold away from prevailing winds on a tree, fence post or on a pole WBU Advanced Pole System® (APS) Basic Setup Mounting Hardware (sold separately). Poles systems tend to offer the best protection from predators. It can also be hung using the WBU Hanging Cable

Black-capped Chickadees are partial to nesting in shaded areas, forest edges and meadows. For these birds fill the box with 4-5 inches of wood shavings to allow them to excavate their own nest. Chickadees nest boxes should be mounted 5 to 15 feet above the ground with the entrance hold away from prevailing winds on a tree, fence post or on a pole WBU Advanced Pole System® (APS) Basic Setup Mounting Hardware (sold separately). Poles systems tend to offer the best protection from predators. It can also be hung using the WBU Hanging Cable

Dimensions: 8½" x 9½" x 7¼"

House Opening: 1-1/8" diameter entrance hole

House Wren/Chickadee Nesting Box

WBU House Wren/Chickadee Nesting Box

WBU House Wren Chickadee Nesting Box

WBU House Wren House: With its 1" entrance hole, the WBU House Wren House provides great protection for house wrens. Wrens are very protective, so position the nest box in less frequented areas or you might get a scolding from a disgruntled parent.  Made of Eastern White Pine this bird house is constructed to last and features ventilation and drainage holes, doors that open for easy access for cleaning, hooks for hanging and a rough interior so fledglings can easily leave the nest box.  Each bird house also includes a brochure that describes the species that the nest box has been designed for, placement and maintenance of the product. T

House Wrens inhabit a wide variety of habitats and they readily take to nesting in bird houses (and just about anywhere else they can find). For House Wrens houses should be mounted 5-10 feet high near trees or tall shrubs. House Wrens are quite sociable and will accept nest boxes close to your house. Wren houses should be mounted with the entrance hold away from prevailing winds on a tree, fence post or on a pole WBU Advanced Pole System® (APS) Basic Setup Mounting Hardware (sold separately). Poles systems tend to offer the best protection from predators. 

Dimensions: 12½" x 6" x 8½"

House Opening: 1” diameter entrance hole

House Wren House

WBU Hanging Carolina Wren House: Carolina Wrens are commonly found in the southeastern United States and prefer forests, clear cuts, and wooded suburban areas with thick underbrush. The Carolina Wren, like the House Wren, doesn't mind a house that sways. The entrance to our WBU Hanging Carolina Wren House is larger than that of our WBU House Wren nest boxes. The extra width gives Carolina Wrens the ability to carry wide sticks into their house for nesting material. It hangs with a metal chain and opens easily for clean-out. Wrens are notorious for filling up any conceivable nest cavity with twigs, regardless of whether they use the nest. Since male wrens build several nests for the female to choose from, hang several nest boxes at eye level on partly sunlit tree limbs.

Carolina Wrens inhabit a wide variety of habitats and they readily take to nesting in bird houses (and just about anywhere else they can find). For House Wrens houses should be hung 5-10 feet high near trees or tall shrubs. House Wrens are quite sociable and will accept nest boxes close to your house. Wren houses should be mounted with the entrance hold away from prevailing winds on a tree or fence.

Dimensions:7½ " x 7¾"w x 7½"

WBU Hanging Carolina Wren House

WBU Hanging Wren House: Most birds prefer a stable house, but House Wrens don't mind a gentle movement.  The WBU Hanging Wren House hangs easily with the metal chain from a tree or bracket and opens easily for clean-out.  Made of Eastern White Pine this bird house is constructed to last and features ventilation and drainage holes, hooks for hanging and a rough interior so fledglings can easily leave the nest box.  Each bird house also includes a brochure that describes the species that the nest box has been designed for, placement and maintenance of the product. 

House Wrens inhabit a wide variety of habitats and they readily take to nesting in bird houses (and just about anywhere else they can find). For House Wrens houses should be hung5-10 feet high near trees or tall shrubs. House Wrens are quite sociable and will accept nest boxes close to your house. Wren houses should be mounted with the entrance hold away from prevailing winds on a tree or fence.

Dimensions: 7½ " x 7¾"w x 7½"

House Opening: 1” diameter entrance hole

WBU Hanging Wren House

WBU Chickadee House: The WBU Chickadee House is properly sized to shelter one of America's favorite backyard birds. This house can accommodate a wide variety of chickadees including Black-capped, Carolina, Chestnut-backed and Mountain Chickadee.  Made of Eastern White Pine this bird house is constructed to last and features ventilation and drainage holes, doors that open for easy access for cleaning, hooks for hanging and a rough interior so fledglings can easily leave the nest box.  Each bird house also includes a brochure that describes the species that the nest box has been designed for, placement and maintenance of the product. Black-capped Chickadees are partial to nesting in shaded areas, forest edges and meadows. For these birds fill the box with 4-5 inches of wood shavings to allow them to excavate their own nest. Chickadees nest boxes should be mounted 5 to 15 feet above the ground with the entrance hold away from prevailing winds on a tree, fence post or on a pole WBU Advanced Pole System® (APS) Basic Setup Mounting Hardware (sold separately). Poles systems tend to offer the best protection from predators. 

Dimensions: 12½" x 6"w x 8½"

House Opening: 1” diameter entrance hole

WBU Chickadee House

Chickadee/Nuthatch/Wren House: The Chickadee/Nuthatch/Wren House is a great choice for anyone looking to attract Black-capped Chickadees, White Breasted Nuthatches or House Wrens into their outdoor space. Hand made in Ontario, Canada from white pine and sealed with linseed oil, this house is ready to withstand the elements. The front wall opens to allow for easy cleaning and maintenance. The nesting needs of chickadees, nuthatches and wrens are different and the placement of the nest varies depending on whom you want to attract.

Black-capped Chickadees are partial to nesting in shaded areas, forest edges and meadows. For these birds fill the box with 4-5 inches of wood shavings to allow them to excavate their own nest. Chickadees nest boxes should be mounted 5 to 15 feet above the ground with the entrance hold away from prevailing winds on a tree, fence post or on a pole WBU Advanced Pole System® (APS) Basic Setup Mounting Hardware (sold separately). Poles systems tend to offer the best protection from predators. 

White-breasted Nuthatches prefer to nest near open areas, forest edges and in open areas with large trees such as parks, wooded suburbs and yards. For nuthatches bird houses are best hung 5-20 feet high in a tree away from buildings. Face the entrance hold away from prevailing winds and place about 1-2 inches of wood shavings on the bottom of the box.

House Wrens inhabit a wide variety of habitats and they readily take to nesting in bird houses (and just about anywhere else they can find). For House Wrens houses should be mounted 5-10 feet high near trees or tall shrubs. House Wrens are quite sociable and will accept nest boxes close to your house. Wren houses should be mounted with the entrance hold away from prevailing winds on a tree, fence post or on a pole WBU Advanced Pole System® (APS) Basic Setup Mounting Hardware (sold separately). Poles systems tend to offer the best protection from predators. 

Dimensions: 14.5" H x 6" W x 7.5" D

House Opening: 1¼” diameter entrance hole

Chickadee/Nutchatch/Wren House

WBU Nuthatch House: Nuthatches are secondary cavity dwellers so they look for a nesting location that has already been established naturally or by another bird. Locate the WBU Nuthatch house away from buildings in a mature forest as best protection from house sparrows. This house accommodates both Red-breasted Nuthatches and White-breasted Nuthatches.  Made of Eastern White Pine this bird house is constructed to last and features ventilation and drainage holes, doors that open for easy access for cleaning, hooks for hanging and a rough interior so fledglings can easily leave the nest box.  Each bird house also includes a brochure that describes the species that the nest box has been designed for, placement and maintenance of the product. White-breasted Nuthatches prefer to nest near open areas, forest edges and in open areas with large trees such as parks, wooded suburbs and yards. For nuthatches bird houses are best hung 5-20 feet high in a tree away from buildings. Face the entrance hold away from prevailing winds and place about 1-2 inches of wood shavings on the bottom of the box.

Dimensions: 12½" x 6" x 8½"

House Opening: 1¼” diameter entrance hole

WBU Nuthatch House

WBU Window Nesting Box: Attach this birdhouse to your window and watch the nesting process from close range. The two suction cups provide for stable mounting. Simply install the house, close the curtains and periodically observe the nest building, egg laying and chick hatching from within your home. The 1¼” diameter entrance hole accommodates House Wrens, chickadees and nuthatches. 

Dimensions: 9" x 6¼" x 5"

House Opening: 1¼” diameter entrance hole

WBU Window Nesting Box
   

Woodpecker Houses

WBU Downy Woodpecker House: America's smallest woodpecker, the Downy is a backyard favorite. They are friendly little birds that enjoy being around people. Since Downys tend to use nest boxes in the winter as roosts to escape the cold, you may want to put up the WBU Downy Woodpecker House in the fall. Made of Eastern White Pine this bird house is constructed to last and features ventilation and drainage holes, doors that open for easy access for cleaning, hooks for hanging and a rough interior so fledglings can easily leave the nest box.  Each bird house also includes a brochure that describes the species that the nest box has been designed for, placement and maintenance of the product.  This bird house also comes standard with slate squirrel guard and wood chips. 

Downy Woodpecker prefer to nest in forests or on forest edges with large trees such as parks, wooded suburbs and yards.  Downy Woodpeckers bird houses are best hung 5 to 15 feet high in a tree away. Face the entrance hold away from prevailing winds and place about 3 to 4 inches of wood shavings on the bottom of the box.

Dimensions: 15½" x 5¾" x 8"

House Opening: 1½” diameter entrance hole

Downy Woodpecker

WBU Three Woodpeckers House:  Only a few varieties of woodpeckers will live in a man-made box, but the Hairy, Red-headed and Red-bellied Woodpeckers regularly do so.  The WBU Three Woodpeckers House accommodates Hairy, Red-headed and Red-bellied Woodpeckers.  Made of Eastern White Pine this bird house is constructed to last and features ventilation and drainage holes, doors that open for easy access for cleaning, hooks for hanging and a rough interior so fledglings can easily leave the nest box.  Each bird house also includes a brochure that describes the species that the nest box has been designed for, placement and maintenance of the product.  The WBU Three Woodpecker House also comes with wood chips and a slate predator guard to keep squirrels from enlarging the entrance hole.

Hairy, Red-headed and Red-bellied Woodpeckers prefer to nest in forests or on forest edges with large trees such as parks, wooded suburbs and yards. Hairy, Red-headed and Red-bellied Woodpeckers bird houses are best hung 8 to 20 feet high in a tree away. Face the entrance hold away from prevailing winds and place about 3 to 4 inches of wood shavings on the bottom of the box.

Dimensions: 17½" x 7½" x 9¾" 

House Opening: 2¼” diameter entrance hole

WBU Triple Woodpecker House

Duck and Owl Houses

WBU Small Wood Duck House: "Dump nesting" occurs when a number of females lay eggs in a single house, which sometimes results in clutches with over 70 eggs. Mississippi State University did a study of Wood Ducks in an effort to reduce this problem. A smaller nest box was designed and "dump nesting" was reduced. Although fewer ducklings are fledged from each box, the survival rate is improved and the cost per fledgling is less.  The WBU Small Wood Duck House is made of Eastern White Pine and features ventilation and drainage holes, a wire ladder, nesting chips, hooks for hanging and a front opens for observation and cleaning.  Each bird house also includes a brochure that describes the species that the nest box has been designed for, placement and maintenance of the product. 

Wood Duck prefer to nest in forests near water such as a wetland or pond. Place the WBU Small Wood Duck House near a pond or wetland on a post or tree. Wood Duck bird houses are best hung 6 to 30 feet high in a tree away. Face the entrance hold away from prevailing winds and place about 5 to 6 inches of wood shavings on the bottom of the box.

Dimensions: 17" x 7½" x 15"

House Opening: 4½” W x 3" H diameter entrance hole

WBU Small Wood Duck House

WBU Saw-Whet/Screech Owl House: Saw-whet owls and screech owls have tough competition from other birds because they are so small. The WBU Saw-Whet/Screech Owl House provides a perfect cavity, complete with wood chips for nesting material.   Made of Eastern White Pine this bird house is constructed to last and features ventilation and drainage holes, doors that open for easy access for cleaning, hooks for hanging and a rough interior so fledglings can easily leave the nest box.  Each bird house also includes a brochure that describes the species that the nest box has been designed for, placement and maintenance of the product.  This bird house also comes standard with slate squirrel guard and wood chips. 

Northern Saw-Whet Owls and Eastern Screech Owls prefer to nest in forests or along the forest edge. Houses for Northern Saw-Whet Owls and Eastern Screech Owls are best hung 10 to 30 feet high in a tree away. Face the entrance hold away from prevailing winds and place about 5 to 6 inches of wood shavings on the bottom of the box.

Dimensions: 17¾" x 9¼" x 11"

House Opening: 3” diameter entrance hole

WBU Saw-whet/Screech Owl House

WBU Barred Owl House: The Barred Owl is a large owl who sings a “who-cooks-for-you, who-cooks-for-you-all” song.   The WBU Barred Owl House is made of Eastern White Pine and features ventilation and drainage holes, doors that open on the sides for easy access for cleaning and two hooks for hanging.  Each bird house also includes a brochure that describes the species that the nest box has been designed for, placement and maintenance of the product. 

Barred Owls prefer to nest in forests or along the forest edge. Houses for Barred Owls are best hung 10 to 30 feet high in a tree away. Face the entrance hold away from prevailing winds and place about 5 to 6 inches of wood shavings on the bottom of the box.

Dimensions: 25" x 14¼" x 19"

House Opening: 6½” diameter entrance hole

WBU Barred Owl House

Nesting Shelves

WBU Nesting Perch: Some species of birds prefer an open-front box. Song sparrows, catbirds, thrashers, phoebes, robins and barn swallows like to raise their families in a platform nest. The WBU Nesting Perch may be placed under the eaves, inside a garage or bar, or on the side of a building. It offers protection from elements and requires no maintenance and suitable for Gray Catbirds (Dumetella carolinensis), American Robins (Turdus migratorius) and Barn Swallows (Hirundo rustica).  Made of Eastern White Pine this bird house is constructed to last and includes a brochure that describes the species that the perch has been designed for, placement and maintenance. 

Dimensions: 9½” x 9¼" x 8 ½"

WBU Nesting Perch

Nesting Shelf: Some species of birds prefer an open-front box. Song sparrows, catbirds, thrashers, phoebes, robins, Mourning Doves, Blue Jays and barn swallows like build nests on ledges and will readily raise their families in a platform nesting shelves. The Nesting Shelf may be placed under the eaves, inside a garage, or on the side of a building. It offers protection from elements and requires no maintenance. Handmade in Ontario, Canada from white pine, this roost is ready to withstand the elements. Mount your nesting shelf between 7 and 12 feet high, on a post, tree or under the eaves of your house or shed.

Dimensions: 13" H x 9" W x 10” D

Nesting Shelf

Purple Martin Houses

WBU Purple Martin Houses:   The WBU Purple Martin Houses are some of the most scientifically proven houses available on the market today. Each 6" x 12" suite concept utilizes two compartments per family offering an entry room and a nesting room (each room is 6” x 6”). The martins enter through a starling resistant entry hole. From the entry room, they travel 90 degrees through a 2¼" opening into the nesting room with an elevated sub floor and nesting trays. This design provides greater protection from natural predators such as owls, raccoons, and hawks. The ceiling panel allows for excellent ventilation while the roof reflects light to avoid overheating.  The doors of the WBU Purple Martin Houses are hinged for easy cleaning and guard rails and a top perch allows plenty of space. Martins have a tendency to yield more fledglings from large compartments and the entry room serves as a protective staging area for the young birds prior to flight Starling resistant entrance holes. These products is sold both assembled and unassembled.  Purple Martins are found around the Great Lakes in Ontario as well as other larger lakes.  In Simcoe County there are populations of Purple Martins on Lake Simcoe.  Place the WBU Purple Martin Houses close to the water’s edge, so the martins can easily find it. Add the WBU Purple Martin Telescoping Pole for easy hanging and cleaning. Add the WBU Purple Martin Houses is available in the following three sizes:

  • 4 Floor/ 8 Room Suite Dimensions: 27” x 12” Available by Special Order
  • 3 Floors/6 Room Suite Dimensions: 21" x 12" Available by Special Order
  • 2 Floors/4 Room Suite Dimension: 15" x 12"
WBU Purple Martin Houses

Squirrel Houses and Housing Accessories

WBU Metal Predator Guards:  WBU Metal Predator Guards prevent birds and other wildlife, such as squirrels and raccoons from making nest box holes larger.  The metal is chew proof and protects the opening.  Different size diameters are available:

  • 1⅛” Diameter
  • 1¼” Diameter
  • 1½” Diameter 
WBU Metal Predator Guards
WBU Wood Shavings: Our WBU Wood Shavings are made from pine trees and provide an annual replenishment of nesting material for woodpeckers, ducks, owls and a variety of other birds which excavate their wood shavings.  Wood shavings resemble the bits of wood a bird would typically excavate from a nesting cavity.  They provide a bit of bedding for the nest and also encourage birds to nest because they resemble a natural situation.  Wood shavings are better than sawdust, which can mat down and retain moisture. Our WBU Wood Shavings are sold in 3.75 Liter (1 Gallon) for individual houses. Wood Shavings