Heath PH-12: 12-room Purple Martin Plastic Bird House


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Purple Martins are social birds that prefer colony living. Heath’s 12-room plastic Purple Martin House is built for the birds. Because it’s constructed of lightweight plastic, this house is easier to raise and lower. Easily snap together this house and install it on a pole (sold separately). Each opening is an appropriate size and includes protective rails. Drainage holes in the house allow moisture to escape.
  • 12 rooms
  • Constructed of lightweight plastic for easy lifting and lowering
  • Properly sized entrance holes and protective railings
  • Easy snap assembly
  • Front panels lift open for nest checks
  • Drainage holes allow moisture to escape
  • U.V. fade-resistant poly
  • Hardware included
  • Mounting pole sold separately

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Plastic Purple Martin House Manual


Weight (pounds) 15.0
Length (inches) 7.25
Width (inches) 21.75
Height (inches) 21.50

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Katherine G.
United States United States

replacement parts

can I buy a replacment chimney cap? can I buy adapters to make starling resistant? And is there a pole mount to get for existing pole that has slightly wider diameter and wont fit up into the house? Thank you kitguzman@comcast.net

Jake M.
United States United States

Flimsy Plastic House

I was gifted one of these houses and immediately realized why they are cheap compared to the aluminum ones. It has a very poorly designed system of attachment and I ended up wiring it together so it wouldn't come apart in windy conditions.

christopher s.
United States United States

Our old houses were blown down in a wind storm in June. We managed to save most of the babies and placed them back into a pieced-together house on top of a ladder. The babies are all grown and ready to migrate so we put up the new houses before they left so they could get used to them. Hopefully they will make the return trip next March. These are excellent martin houses. Never fail to attract martins.

Kelly m.
United States United States

Why round holes?

It is known now round holes are welcoming all other birds and predators. Good luck getting and keeping martins. I have been looking for replacement entry flaps for weeks now



Hi Kelly, it is better to have the round holes when trying to establish a colony as it is easier for the Purple Martins to get into the cavity. Once a colony is established and they return every year the starling resistant entrances are ok to use. We want to make it easier for the Purple Martins to get in and use the house. They may not want to stay if they have to try too hard in a new location.

United States United States

Nice Martin house, but hard to assemble...

Easy “Snap” Assembly...it says on the box. No, I don’t think so. Getting the second floor snapped to the first floor was a pain. If you are one that swears, you will use every cuss word available and then make up some of your own. Who ever made this house needs to rethink the design.