USD $170.00 – USD $280.00
- 316L stainless steel
- 10 year warranty - Maintenance is required
- Select your own inlay
- Huge range of size & depths
- Outdoor, living spaces
- On-site install
- Flush finish
- Pedestrian traffic areas
Available in size 6″, 8″, 10″ 12″ square and a huge 20″ and 26″ square manhole. also in a range of depths from 3/8″ to 2 1/2″. (see table below)
Free shipping to mainland USA (excludes Alaska and Hawaii)
Please refer Canada sales to Spearhead Marketing (West Canada) P 604.628.7272 and Mitchell Marketing (East Canada) P 905.577.5902
For all other enquiries including Europe, please contact Sam Hazell: [email protected] or Cell: 949-942-4905
Hide Kit Contents
A Quick Initiation
1. HIDE Safety Key
A stainless steel tool to enable the installed HIDE lid to be safely and easily opened/closed.
2. HIDE Height Adjuster
Used only when additional height is required. Provides 2mm extra height if Inlay material is not thick enough to achieve a flush finish with the top of the Inlay lid.
3. HIDE Inlay Lid
A stainless steel tray which holds the Inlay (landscape) materials you’ve chosen e.g. tile, paver, concrete, decking, etc.
4. HIDE Edge Protector
A stainless steel frame inserted into a recess within the landscaped area. It protects the copping/surrounds from chipping/breakage when the inlay lid is opened/closed.
5. HIDE Adhesive
Contractor installation instructions, home owner information and warranty.
BACKED BY A 10 YEAR WARRANTY!
You know you are purchasing a quality product when you receive a 10 year warranty.
And that’s exactly what you receive with a HIDE kit. We offer such a long-standing warranty because we’ve designed our lids to be set-and-forget. Hide lids are 100% safe, constructed of high-grade materials with a beautiful finish, and maintenance is required only occasionally. HIDE warranty covers the Safety Key, the Inlay Lid and the Edge Protector.
Meanwhile, other traditional landscape lid options can have durability issues which require regular, and often costly, lid replacement. Due to these durability issues, the homeowner usually receives little to no warranty coverage.
So which option would you rather?