With summer in bloom and the days getting longer and warmer, many of us will be looking forward to relaxing in our outdoor spaces during the coming months. Creating a comfortable and verdant garden can be an incredibly rewarding experience, and our recycled plastic...
Angling clubs around the UK are already making use of our recycled plastic decking for their fishing platforms. It’s really a no-brainer when you consider the beneficial properties of recycled plastic in an aquatic environment, compared to more traditional...
One of the benefits our recycled plastic lumber is often noted for is its sheer versatility. As a durable and sustainable alternative to more traditional construction materials such as metal or wood, the build possibilities are seemingly endless. We’ve already...
Check out this gorgeous customer-built decking project. Glyn Jones has done a cracking job – and he’s rightfully proud of it! Glyn was replacing his old, rotted timber decking – an area of 6.5m x 3m. After preparing the area, he laid a weed-stopping...
This accessible fishing peg was built from our recycled plastic lumber decking. It’s a joint venture between Bideford & District Angling Club and the British Disabled Angling Association (BDAA). Here’s what they had to say about the build: “We...
It’s feedback time again! We always love to see how our customers’ projects have panned out, and today we got some lovely pics in from Richard Davidson, Parks & Events Operational Team Leader of Bromsgrove District & Redditch Borough Councils....
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