With self-isolation, quarantine and just general ‘stay at home as much as you can’ measures being advised for many during the Coronavirus pandemic, it might be an ideal time to do some gardening – here is some information on EverEdge‘s Product of the Year from 2019.
At the end of 2018, EverEdge crowned EverEdge Titan as its product of the year, following an excellent year of sales that included some incredibly prestigious jobs nationwide and across Europe.
Titan remained a very strong contender for the 2019 accolade, but was pipped to the title by EverEdge’s Planter range.
2019 saw EverEdge steel planters installed in projects of all sizes across the country. They are regularly bought for small domestic gardens, as well as for large commercial projects and, increasingly frequently, on podiums and roof gardens.
As well as having an ‘off the shelf’ range of options, the EverEdge Planter can also be designed to virtually any shape and size to suit all manner of projects and specifications.
EverEdge Planters can be designed with a variety of different joints, including a riveted style for a more rustic, industrial finish or internal ‘invisible’ joins. They can be specified in virtually any colour from the RAL colour scheme or in a hot dip galvanised or Cor-Ten finish.
So if you’re thinking about doing some gardening soon, think about giving the EverEdge Planter range a go. Click EverEdge’s latest Coronavirus update for information on the company’s operations at this time, including a reassurance to customers that it has plenty of stock.
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