Brett Landscaping‘s Gardens and Driveways brochure for this year is now available and is full of supreme quality imagery of projects to inspire homeowners.
Information contained within it includes the exceptional range of Brett block, flag, natural stone and ceramic paving options available to them.
It can be obtained at the company’s network of builders merchants or a hard copy or pdf download can be accessed directly from visiting Brett’s website.
A fresh addition this year is the GeoCeramica range; its unique pre-bonded mortar base making porcelain paving faster and simpler to install, including chic choices for interiors, patios and driveways.
The brochure is divided into sections for contemporary, traditional and value ranges and is designed to assist homeowners to grasp the entire range of products on offer, the dilemmas of design and installation and how an informed choice can be made.
It is aimed for non-experts who are seeking to make the correct choice for their home and lifestyle.
Installations by Brett Approved Installers have a strong presence in the brochure and this year sees Brett’s National Award winner, Dan Salt of M&S Paving, offer practical advice for homeowners .
This detailed, user-friendly information guide reinforces Brett’s commitment to supplying quality support materials to its customers and ought to be a precious tool for contractors and merchants.
Barrow upon Soar,
Phone: 0845 60 80 579
Fax: 0845 60 80 575
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