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LANDSCAPING & EXTERNAL WORKS  Plaswood presents new seating designs


The new, 100 per cent recycled Plaswood Edge bench introduces a maintenance free and sophis- ticated product range which combines versatility with outstanding long life properties, stylish designs, together with sweeping contemporary lines, for both outdoor and indoor settings. Mike


Baxter, external affairs director at RPC bpi recycled products, which produces the Edge, says flexibility is the key to success: “The new designs are refined, simple to install and are also ideal for indoor or outdoor use, especially when sited in damp or humid locations such as for swimming pools, locker rooms and gym changing facilities.”


0333 202 6800 www.plaswoodgroup.com Low cost solution to slippery decking


Wooden decking can become hazardous in damp and slippery conditions, creating the possible threat of a slips or falls for anyone walking across the surface. Outside areas where people gather need to be made safe so FibreGrid has come up with a solution to this problem with the development of Anti Slip Standard GRP Decking Strips, part of its affordable GRP SlipGrip®


Standard range. Timber decking becomes


safer with these quick and easy to install DeckGrip Strips, which come supplied with decking screws and are pre-drilled. Available in lengths of 1,200mm and 2,400mm and widths of 50mm and 90mm, these decking strips are ideal for most decking areas and walkways. They are designed with a chamfered edge to provide additional safety which reduces any possibility of trips and falls. Unlike other products, no glue is required to install the product. From an aesthetics view point, given the choice of widths available, DeckGrip Strips are able to complement existing decking areas by making a feature of the Strips against the timber substrate.


01440712722 www.fibregrid.com   EnviroBuild – the ideal solution


EnviroBuild are a leading UK supplier of Hyperion anti-slip composite decking and Hyperion low maintenance composite cladding & fencing, the ideal solution for any commercial and residential outdoor space, as it does not rot, split, warp, splin- ter or ever need treating. The composite


products are FSC 100 per cent certified and have 90 per cent recycled content. EnviroBuild offer a full take off service, including free samples and same-day quotations, with our expert team on hand to help throughout any project.


info@envirobuild.com


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Working with nature Sioo:x are leaders in wood protection using silicate technology.


We provide a highly effective proven system to protect wood of all types. It gives long life and a beautiful natural surface with even colouration and is friendly to people and the environment.


An example of a Sioo:x project is the larch house Lentran project in Scotland.


Made in Sweden


Sioo Wood Protection AB | Tel: +44(0)7788 542859 | E: sioouk@icloud.com | www.sioo.co.uk


Environmentally friendly


ADF APRIL 2017


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