Deepings has added an extensive new range of garden and landscaping products. Pictured are Neil Webb (left) and Ian Greenfield.

Deepings boosts range with garden landscaping offers

Published:  12 June, 2013

Following five successful years of supplying trade customers, builders’ merchant Deepings Building & Plumbing Supplies has launched a free delivery service for DIY enthusiasts and gardeners in Rutland, South Lincolnshire and Peterborough.

To supplement its range of traditional construction materials and sustainable building products, the company has introduced a range of landscaping materials available to members of the public.

Stocks of landscaping materials include decorative aggregates and patio kits, as well as fencing and decking from accredited sustainable forest sources. Also in stock is a wide range of Bradstone paving and walling.

The company has landscaped the approach to its premises, giving customers a chance to see the range of materials on offer and get some inspiration regarding how to use them.

Operations director Ian Greenfield said: "We have increased our range of materials to enhance our ability to supply the best in garden landscaping products to the public as well as to our existing customers. We are also offering free local delivery on all orders over £25.

"Since opening our first showroom in 2008 we have grown rapidly, taking on more and more warehouse space. We are continuing to deliver our original vision of being a one-stop shop, offering a wide range of products from drainage, plumbing and building materials to bathroom suites, electrical fittings and timber."

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