Kellaway unveils landscaping Best Deals

Published:  12 April, 2013

Kellaway Building Supplies has launched a collection of price-saving offers on landscaping products in their latest Best Deals brochure.

With promotional rates on decking, paving and fencing, among others, the West-based company is aiming to give its customers the best value products in the area.

“With longer days and better weather around the corner, many of our customers will be starting outdoor projects soon, so we’ve put in a lot of work with our suppliers to get the best possible deals for them,” explained sales development and marketing manager Chris Parker.

The new brochure comprises a fantastic range of offers on top products, including:

  • Hozelock range
  • Free wooden or concrete post with every mid-range fence panel
  • ‘Five for four’ on a range of railway sleepers
  • Five litres of Fence Mate for £8.39 (including VAT)
  • Premium quality reversible decking from £1.79 per metre (including VAT)
  • Pavestone natural stone paving packs from only £19.08 per metre (including VAT).

Mr Parker added: “Our friendly staff pride themselves on their customer service credentials and will be more than happy to assist with advice and guidance on any outdoor project, and with 10 branches in the West, our fleet of lorries will ensure timely and reliable delivery.”

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