October 17, 2017

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Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Bradstone launches next generation concrete and pushes porcelain to the extreme

Garden landscaping manufacturer, Bradstone, has unveiled its new garden landscaping and driveway collection for 2017, which includes a vast array of innovative new product lines and range extensions.

The new collection sees Bradstone quadruple its porcelain range. Having entered the porcelain market back in 2015 with the launch of Mode, the range was extended last year to include new sizes and a wood-effect porcelain paver, Madera. Now, in response to ever-increasing market demand, the range includes a total of eight new paving products – plus Bradstone’s first porcelain walling product – which offer greater design possibilities and cutting-edge style.

Advancements in manufacturing techniques have also enabled Bradstone to launch Next Generation Concrete. This range offers beautiful, unique designs, such as a stunning metallic effect, which are extremely resistant to stains, fading and algae. Moreover, a pre-applied coating removes the need for sealing and renders it effortless to keep clean.

Simon Marriott, concrete products director for Bradstone, said: “Our new garden landscaping collection for 2017 is testament to our ongoing commitment to stay at the forefront of the market with cutting edge design trends, premium products and exceptional quality so we can meet consumer demand and add value to our installer partners.

“Whether a homeowner is looking to give their garden a complete makeover, simply refresh their patio or improve their property’s kerb appeal by updating their driveway, our range of over 140 products is sure to satisfy all tastes, budgets and lifestyles.”

 

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