Powder coating for landscape architecture

Come at chat to us at Groundsfest 2023, Sept 20th-21st 2023, near Coventry

If your garden landscape architecture has traditionally been built from stone or wood, or wet painted -  then think again! Our eco-friendly powder coatings (no solvents, no VOCS, no hazardous waste) will add the beauty of wood, stone or patinated metal to aluminium or steel (both highly sustainable metals). Your designs will benefit from the strength and flexibility of metal whilst adding the look of natural materials or indeed any colour you choose, to suit a corporate colour palette. Our powder coating and pre-treatment systems always ensure maximum weather and corrosion resistance. 

Groundsfest, at Stoneleigh Park near Coventry,  will be a delight to visit - breaking the mould of tradtional trade shows, with hands-on training, live product testing, and a music festival to finish off the day. The latest outdoor environment technologies for planning, design and implementation will be on display on indoor and outdoor stands across the 1000 acre site. 

Find out how powder coating could be the answer to your landscape design dilemmas. Visit our stand L102, very near the entrance. 

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