PERMALAWN ON LOOK OUT FOR STOCKISTS

 PERMALAWN ON LOOK OUT FOR STOCKISTS

PermaLawn is encouraging UK merchants to consider diversifying their stock range by adding artificial grass that’s simple to install with a high-quality aesthetic, giving their customers an easy way to broaden their own services.

The UK saw a 31.4% increase in the sale of building materials in 2020 as a result of the DIY boom during Covid-19, according to statistics published by Statista Research Department.

Adrian Buttress, Managing Director of PermaLawn, said: “Artificial grass is a smart, convenient, and aesthetically pleasing alternative for homeowners who want a lawn that’s hassle-free and always looks freshly cut – but, it’s important to invest in a quality product up front to ensure the lawn’s longevity, whatever the British weather.

“The past 18 months have seen homeowners across the UK confined to their houses during the country’s three lockdowns, meaning their focus has shifted to ensuring their home and garden is in top condition. As such, now is the perfect opportunity for merchants to expand their choice of landscaping products and become stockists of PermaLawn.

“By introducing a range of products, our stockists will be able to ensure they’re selling a high quality system that’s in demand, quick and easy to install and, to top it all off, comes with a seven-year guarantee too.”

Based at its headquarters in Derbyshire, PermaLawn sits on 100,000m2 of stock all year round, meaning traders don’t need to be concerned about delays caused by current material shortages and can start selling straight away while the demand is there.

Adrian added: “We’re committed to making sure that homeowners don’t have to plan garden renovations months in advance, which is why we’re proud to ensure that stock is available 365 days a year. By reaching out to more stockists across the country, we’ll be able to ensure the continuation of our high-quality service and allow homeowners easier access to our products at the time they need them most.”

www.perma-lawn.co.uk

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