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Wooden Supplies Open Day

Wooden Supplies is having an open day and we would like to invite everyone to come along and to join us 17th July 2015. Why not come down and visit us in Harlestone Firs, come down and check out our impressive new range of garden products. There’s going to be a Barbecue on the day, from 2pm until 5pm open … Continue reading

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Artificial Grass, Preparing the ground

Getting Ready to install your new artificial lawn There are several installation options available, below is a outline of the most commonly applied methods for your information. we have also provided a helpful guide on, Installation of artificial grass, and how to Maintaining your artificial lawn   How much Artificial grass do you need? When determining the length and width of … Continue reading

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Laying Artificial Grass

  The Artificial Turf Roll out the carpet and, if you install several rolls, be sure to lay all in the same direction. Proceed carefully during the installation and while rolling out the carpet to avoid any folds. Make sure that the artificial turf is completely level everywhere, and leave enough time for it to acclimatise. Start by roughly cutting the outer edges. … Continue reading

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Maintaining Artificial Grass

An artificial grass lawn is simple to maintain and keep it looking as lush and green it did the day it was laid. Designed to withstand all weather conditions. Looks so real, can you tell the difference? No need to Mow, but you will need a brush. It is important to regularly remove leaves, twigs and other organic material, either … Continue reading

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How To Build Arbours And Arches – Preparation

Before you start • Before you start, check all component parts against the parts list. • Have someone available to help you – two people are recommended for the assembly. • Ensure you have a clean flat area of adequate size for the assembly. • Make sure you have the right tools for the job. Tools Required • Tape measure • Power drill … Continue reading

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How To Build Arbours And Arches – Installation

How To Build Arbours And Arches Follow the instructions below to ensure your Arbour or Arch is constructed properly every time. 1. Assemble the seat 2. Screw the seat to one of the side assemblies as shown. Fix the other side section to the seat. 3. Once both sides are fixed stand the assembly upright and fix the back trellis panel. 4. Ensure the seat … Continue reading

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How To Build Arbours And Arches – Intro

How To Build Arbours And Arches The addition of an arbour or an arch will greatly enhance the appearance of any garden and we offer a wide range of both to suit all your requirements. All are flat-packed for ease of transport. These pages feature simple step-by-step instructions for the construction of an arbour or arch (an arbour can be thought of as an arch with … Continue reading

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How To Build A Composter

How To Build A Composter Using a composter to make your own compost saves time and money and, if you want to ‘grow your own’, there’s no better place to start. Compost improves low quality soils by adding organic matter and nutrients, and plants grown in good soil are healthier with a greater resistance to diseases and insects.. Ground Preparation Decide where … Continue reading

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How To Hang A Timber Gate – Fitting

Fitting the gate Position the gate between the posts and place some 50mm packers under it. Allow for any unevenness in the ground when the gate is opened. Now place wedges either side of the gate to even out the gaps either side and to hold the gate in place while fitting the hinges. Fit the hinges, taking care to … Continue reading

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How To Hang A Timber Gate – Measuring

Measuring for a timber gate When measuring for a gate remember to add the two post sizes to the gate size and a further 20mm overall spacing to allow the gate to freely open and close. Free standing posts for 6 foot gates should be at least 100 x 100mm (4” x 4”). Supported posts, either with a top cross … Continue reading

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