Title, Download. Bradstone Garden Paving & Walling. Bradstone Masonry Walling Brochure. Bradstone Stone Walling Overview. How to build a circular step. Domestic hard landscaping manufacturer, Bradstone, has launched a new brochure ahead of the gardening season. Designed to bring a. The Bradstone reconstituted walling range is widely accepted by planners for use in sensitive areas. The moulds which are taken from natural stone recreate the.
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Onwards and upwards into the exalted territories of Natural Stoneand, it appears, nothing shocking or unexpected here. There are more swatches per product, and they are much more representative, showing three or four mini-examples of each product so that the client gets a truer impression of the variation in colouring and texture that inevitably occurs with paving and hard-landscaping.
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The final category of Landscape Features gathers together all those bits and pieces that, more often than not, add the finishing touches to a project and can make the difference between a good job and a great job.
After years of having a pretty naff website, a whole new site was rolled out just before close-of-business at Christmas and although it’s still being tested, it is a ma-hoo-sive improvement on the previous version. This new clean and classy styling consolidates the brand’s position as a marque of serious intent and quality.
Here the first 1 pages from the catalog “Contemporary paving Bamburgh Mill” P. Available infour shades plus patio packs and circles. Initially, it’s only available with the Panache paving, but if it’s successful, what’s to stop it being used with any of the other flagstones?
The trouble then is recalling just what I originally thought when faced with the galley pressings and coaster-sized samples back in November! So, what can I call to mind regarding ‘s first vict. Natural Stone Walling Slips. Considering the brochure as a whole, my initial impression when it was placed into my eager, grubby mitts was mild disappointment: Not a lot you can do with that in terms of interesting design, is there?
The ‘Textured’ is akin to gently shot textured, suggesting just enough grip to offset any worries about slipperiness, while ‘Profiled’ hints at a riven-ish sort of surface, albeit very, very subtle. Still, we’ve seen far worse over the years: In fact, I think it may well become the most popular of the lot in the north — those darn sarff will still prefer the softer Cotswold and Limestone colours. Not a lot more, admittedly, but a couple of other items that warrant a mention.
It’s very Web 2.
Even when products are given only a single page, the layout is much easier on the eye. No digging, no wheelbarrowing, no skips or grab-wagons, so how much bradstons has that saved?
So, the natural assumption is that it’s a DIY product, and to be honest, I suspect that’s where brochurs sales will come, but as a contractor think about the possibility of being able to go in to a customer’s home and install a neat looking mini-patio in bdadstone two hours, with no mess, no fuss, no hassle.
Handily, there’s a link to the “Full Product Index” on the back cover which allows individual pavings and other products to be tracked down by name alone. Getting the trade and, probably more importantly, the DIY crowd, to see that it isn’t a gimmick will be bloody hard work. There are other developments in the pipeline. However, I do like it when showcase projects by pet contractors are featured, as it subliminally promotes the better-than-average installer, giving them the credit they truly deserve, but without being overly pushy.
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Now you can, thanks to carbon labelling, an initiative piloted by The Carbon Trust. It’s much more airy and user-friendly. I know brochude will dismiss it as a contrivance, but that’s too easy. There are very few manufacturers in Britain that could, but it’s fair to say that Bradstone are one of them.
The internal pages have a sort of soft satin finish, which seems to be more sympathetic to beadstone photies than some of the very glossy papers used on other brochures.
Maybe this will be the breakthrough that StoneMaster has long needed. There’s been a trend which has developed over the last three or four years for the better organised manufacturers to give me a sneak preview of what they have lined-up sometime in late Autumn, so that my cynicism and sarcasm are fully stoked and ready to go for when the brochure hits the patios and driveways of the land in the deep midwinter. Will this be enough to soothe the troubled brow of potential customers?
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The grooved design givesan ultra modern feel to the garden. Here the first 1 pages from the catalog “Walling and coping Countrystone” P. Brocbure, it’s a ‘lay-over’ installation system. Here the first 1 pages from the catalog “Contemporary paving Natural Travertine”.
As perhaps we should expect, given the current appetites of the market particularly in Lower Britainthe opening act is Porcelain.
I don’t know how much of a future there is for this type of product. Steel framing, pedestals, skirting, fixings, glue and not to mention the flagstones, plus delivery direct from Bradstone Towers, that’s got to add up to a pretty sum, hasn’t it?
The kit comprises a lightweight mild steel framework which is plonked down on the existing garden or yard area, levelled up using screw-adjusted pedestals, and then the flags are, and I kid you not, glued into place atop the framework. It’s a good idea, I can see the appeal, but it just doesn’t grab you straight away, as a good mission statement should.