EverEdge Titan as part of Dorfold Hall renovation

  • 17 Apr 2019

Everedge was recently chosen to provide its steel edgings and steel rings for the renovation of Dorfold Hall.

Dorfold Hall is a Jacobean mansion near Nantwich, in Cheshire, that has previously featured in The Making of a Lady and Foyles War.

Over the years, the owners have carried out renovation work to a number of the buildings and are currently revamping the edging to the paths and driveways.

EverEdge was chosen as part of this project to provide a number of Titan steel edgings as well as steel rings for edging around trees and even a statue.

The EverEdge Titan range is 2.5m long and available in a range of sizes, thicknesses and finishes. In this case, the client wanted a relatively low, unobtrusive edge so elected for a 125mm high edge finished in brown to match the natural edge of a lawn.

EverEdge,
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Market Drayton,
Shropshire,
United Kingdom,
TF9 2PS

Phone: 01453 731717

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