Fitrite @ The GLEE show

Published:  26 August, 2014

This will be the fourth year that Fitrite has attended the Glee Show, which this year takes place from 14-16 September at the NEC in Birmingham.

Our stand has been built by professional stand builders and is nearly a storey high, so it’s bound to attract the attention of some of the tens of thousands of people who will be flocking to the show over the three days. As the show is geared towards the trade, retail and home owners, potential visitors cover a broad spectrum, from garden centre owners, garden landscapers and builders’ merchants to the general public.

While we will be showing a range of products from our portfolio, including balustrades and fencing, the star of this year’s show will be our Evolution Deck Board. As it’s a relatively new product – we’ve been offering it to customers for the past 18 months or so – there will be some who haven’t yet had the chance to find out about its many benefits.

Fabricated from a WPC and PVC mixture, Evolution Deck Baord is an innovative, low-maintenance and eco-friendly alternative to wooden decking, aimed at the domestic market. Available in a range of colours, this durable and strong decking is non slip, splinter free, crack resistant and accredited to British Standards, including Fire Resistant BS476 Pt7.

Why not drop by our stall and take a look for yourself?

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