George Prentice (centre) is one of the lucky recipients of the Paslode IM90i power tools.

Competition winners decked with BSW Timber and Paslode

Published:  14 August, 2013

The winners of a UK-wide competition run by BSW Timber and power-tool manufacturer, Paslode, have been selected.

After a three month nationwide contest, George Prentice from Robert Wells Landscape in South Lanarkshire and Phil Atkinson, a joiner who buys from Beers Timber in Liverpool, are the lucky recipients of the latest Paslode IM90i power tools.

The competition was part of a campaign to promote BSW’s Timeless Timber and ‘easi’ timber range, which includes a wide range of construction, fencing, decking and garden landscaping products.

The IM90i is the most powerful and technologically advanced tool from the current Paslode range. It features the Paslode Nailscrew system which combines the speed of gas nailing with the ease of the screw, making it an ideal choice for decking, flooring cladding and a wide range of temporary fixings.

David Chapman, sales director at BSW Timber, said: “This is a fantastic prize which promises to make our winners life a lot easier. The new NailScrew system is a great fit with our easi deck and Timeless Timber decking ranges, especially our new Timeless Brushwood decking which was successfully launched earlier this year.”

Daniel Czerwinski from Paslode added: “The Paslode IM90i tool is perfect to use across nearly all wood applications and is a must have for timber frame builders, roofers and decking installers. We’re really excited about the launch of our new NailScrew system which aims to make installation of timber products, especially decking, even easier.”

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