As steel shortages continue to impact the ability of EverEdge to manufacture its entire range, the company has made the difficult decision to limit the range to its primary products.
These limits are only temporary and the hope is to be back in a position to offer the entire range again, from July.
It is always advisable to call and check availability if stock is required urgently.
– 75mm Brown and Slate
– 100mm Brown, Slate and CorTen
– 125mm Brown and CorTen.
– 75mm depth in brown x 300mm, 600mm, 900mm, 1,200mm and 1,500mm diameter
– 75mm depth in CorTen x 600mm and 900mm diameter
The EverEdge EasyBed will remain out of stock until late in the summer.
The full range of EverEdge ProEdge, Titan, Atlas and Halestem all remain available but some items may be subject to a four to five week lead time.
93 The Lloyd,
Phone: 01453 731717
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