Ian Greenfield of Deepings and Helen Jones of Larkfleet Homes at Larkfleet Group's walk-in information display at Waterside Garden Centre.

Deepings showcases products at local garden centre

Published:  15 July, 2013

Deepings Building & Plumbing Supplies is making its landscaping products available to the public via a third-party stockist.

The merchant has joined forces with other Larkfleet Group companies to create a display at the Waterside Garden Centre in Bourne to showcase the group's products and services to the general public. The range includes new homes built by Larkfleet Homes and energy-saving ideas from Larkfleet Renewables.

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

The company is showcasing its landscaping materials stock, which includes decorative aggregates, Bradstone paving and patio kits, as well as fencing and decking from accredited sustainable forest sources. An exciting showpiece of Indian stone paving is also on display.

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 trade customers. We are delighted to be working with Waterside Garden Centre to showcase our products to its customers.

"Gardeners and DIY enthusiasts can order from our stock and we will deliver free of charge throughout Cambridgeshire, Lincolnshire and Rutland on orders above £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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