Brett Landscaping has introduced Stamford Ultra, the latest edition to the hugely successful patio paving range Stamford, after seeing a sustained increase in demand from its customers for something different which would set it apart from a conventional riven finish.
The classic Stamford economy wet-cast concrete flag paving range, with its simple riven styling, offers exceptional value when it comes to creating paths, patios and utility areas around the home. Each flag has a sharp edge detail that looks great when laid with narrow joints and maximizes the speed and ease of installation – all of which has made it a popular choice with merchants, contractors and DIY enthusiasts alike.
Now for 2017 this range will now be augmented by Stamford Ultra which adds more variety than ever before. The gently rippled texture of Stamford Ultra provides a completely different aesthetic to the range giving customers a fantastic alternative to the riven surface of regular Stamford paving.
Stamford Ultra is available in single size packs of 450x450mm flags covering 13.54 m2 in a choice of three colours: Natural, Buff and Charcoal, providing a range of options for your next landscaping project.
Stamford Ultra will complement the rest of the Stamford range perfectly and we see it quickly becoming a classic amongst designers and landscapers – especially since it will be available in Charcoal which was first introduced to the Stamford range earlier this year – fast becoming a popular choice with our customers.
To support the launch of Stamford Ultra, a total of 90 product display stands were delivered into builders’ merchant stockists across the country throughout two weeks in April. Quite a logistics feat with stockists located as far North as Sunderland all the way down to the Isle of Wight in the South!
As with all Brett product displays, these stands will be supported by an ongoing review and maintenance programme in conjunction with the builders’ merchants to ensure they continue to positively support merchant sales of Brett products going forwards.