Jewson springs into Summer with new landscaping website

Published:  30 May, 2012

COVENTRY: Jewson has re-launched its specialist Landscaping website, designed to showcase its full and extended product range for garden projects. 

The site has been completely redesigned and along with new products, now boasts full e-commerce features, including a payment gateway for credit and debit cards.

The new and improved website invites customers to select from Jewson’s wide range of traditional landscaping products. These are available to buy online with free delivery. Customers can create a wish list and take it into their local branch to obtain a quote. In addition, the website also offers an extended range of products that are not generally stocked in Jewson branches, such as arbours, archways, specialist fencing, turf and garden lighting.

Users are also given the opportunity to view alternatives from the range and items to help ensure a professional finish such as patio cleaner to go with new paving slabs. In addition, customers can pick up a wealth of good advice, from tips on landscaping gardens to creating a sustainable driveway.

Gareth Drew, Jewson online marketing manager: “We are delighted with the new website and hope our customers are too. Not only have we upgraded the site so that it is simple to navigate, we have also made access to products and purchasing items needed as quick and easy as possible. All you need to do is Google landscaping and you'll find everything you need to complete a project from Jewson."

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