Our Colorful Wren Birdhouses Are Made From Recycled Materials

Are you ready to hear the birds sing? Attract wrens and chickadees to your garden landscape with our recycled plastic birdhouses and listen to them sing all season long. Our uniquely colored wren houses will bring joy to any landscape.

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Hanging Wren Birdhouse – Product Specifications

Made from eco-friendly recycled plastic materials, they are super easy to clean and almost maintenance-free. 

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Each wren house measures 6-1/4 inches high, 7 inches wide and 6 inches deep. The product’s weight is 1.75 pounds.

The Perfect Size for Wrens & Chickadees.

The entrance hole is 1-1/8 inches wide, which is the perfect size for these pretty little songbirds to get in and keep the larger birds out.

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Easy to Clean.

Each wren birdhouse is made from water-resistant poly lumber. They are easy to clean and not subject to rotting or wood born pests.  

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Easy to Hang.

Each hanging birdhouse has an 8-inch chain that is attached securely with stainless steel hardware.

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Handcrafted with Care.

Handmade by Amish craftsman of Pennsylvania, our wren and chickadee houses are made with care. No rubber-stamped factory models here!

Wren House in Gift Box

A Great Gift Item.

Each birdhouse is carefully wrapped in a gift box with tissue paper, ready to give to your favorite friend or relative.

Choose from 5 pretty color combinations:

Designed to Keep Your Wrens Safe and Secure

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The HomePro Garden wren house has a sloped roof to keep the rain out and make sure to keep the inside of the house nice and dry. They were designed with no perch since they are known to make it too easy for predators to access the nest.

When hanging your house, choose a branch that is sturdy enough to support it securely. The house should be nestled in the safety of the tree’s branches. Select a location that is close enough to the center to be sheltered from extreme weather, but still able to swing gently in the breeze.

Base of wren house with drainage holeA small hole is drilled in the bottom of the house for drainage in the case any rain does make it inside. The base of the birdhouse is attached with 2 screws and can be easily removed with a Phillips head screwdriver for cleaning.

It is recommended to clean the birdhouse each season, preferably in the autumn months, when there is no activity.

Back of Wren house with ventilationA small triangle shaped ventilation hole is located in the back of the house to keep the air flowing freely.

This prevents the house from overheating during warmer days and provides good air circulation for the nesting birds.



Customer Reviews

The birdhouse came quickly and was loved by my friend who received it as a gift.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: I read somewhere that plastic can get too hot for nesting birds. Is this also true for your bird houses?

A: No. The material is actually a poly-lumber made from a recycled composition of plastic, pop bottles, and other recycled materials. It does not heat up the way traditional plastic does & is perfectly safe for the birds. However, when choosing a location, partial sun and shade is always best. 

Q: How do you open the wrenhouse for cleaning?

A: The bottom is removable for cleaning with a Phillips Head screwdriver. The easiest way to do this is to remove a single screw and loosen the second; then swing the bottom over to clean out any old nesting material. You can also remove the entire base if needed. 

Q: I haven’t seen any wrens yet. Do they not like the house?

A: If the wrens haven’t started nesting in your house yet, it might be one of the following reasons. 

  • The time of year: Wrens will only make their nests in the early spring. You can hang your wren house at any time of year, but it needs to be in place by the very early spring, so the male wrens see it when they are scouting locations. 
  • The wrens might not be sure about the location of the house. See this article for more tips on finding the best place to hang your wren house. 
  • You may not have wrens visiting your backyard yet. To make your yard even more enticing, you can add a meal-worm bird feeder, a favorite of the house wren! 

To help your nesting birds feel safe, make sure there is plenty of food, safety, and shelter near the location. If you provide all three, you can attract more birds to your yard and keep them feeling safe and secure enough to raise their young. 

Q: Will the wrens return year after year?

A: Yes, quite often, the wrens will return to the same house year every year. Many of our customers have remarked that their wren families have come back the following spring. 


Find Our Wren Houses For Sale on the Amazon Marketplace


Navy Blue recycled plastic wren house hanging in a treeOur recycled plastic wren houses are available for sale on Amazon.com.

If you need a present for the gardener or bird lover in your life, our wren houses are a great idea. They are packed carefully in tissue paper and arrive in a pretty gift box.

Ready for your loved one, the HomePro Goods wren houses make the perfect present for Christmas, birthdays, house warming,  hostesses, Mother’s Day, and more!