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Jobs For July

Jobs for July  It’s not all yummy barbecues and romantic candle lit dinners round the patio table this month.  There’s still a fair bit of work in the garden and if you are quick, you can get through the task list before the kids break up for the summer.   Most...

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This is what we do!

This is what we do! In the 18th century, during the industrial revolution, metal garden furniture was used in the English garden. At that time, chairs and tables were cast iron until in the 1950s when aluminum became available and began to replace iron. And even though aluminum was more expensive, its...

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Happy FSC Friday!

Happy FSC Friday! Friday 25th September 2015 was the day marked internationally to celebrate the world’s forests and the responsible management of them.  It was spearheaded in the UK by the Forest Stewardship Council which was set up in the 1990s to help to prevent illegal plundering of primary forest...

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Behind The Aluminium Garden Furniture Scenes

Behind The Aluminium Garden Furniture Scenes February is a busy time at Metal Garden Furniture Towers.  True, the phones die down and those customers we serve are not usually in a frantic hurry for the latest extending outdoor metal table, but it is the time when we start to plan...

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The Poetry Of Gazebos

The Poetry of Gazebos  Writing endless blogs about metal garden furniture can be trying.  It’s not often that you find something truly original to say, so I hope you’ll all appreciate this rare find! Yesterday, after a hard day in the office, flogging aluminium garden furniture, I turned my hand...

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Metal Garden Sets

This is what we do! In the 18th century, during the industrial revolution, metal garden furniture was used in the English garden. At that time, chairs and tables were cast iron until in the 1950s when aluminium became available and began to replace iron. And even though aluminium was more expensive, its quality...

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Balconies

Balconies  “Il y a trop de monde sur le balcon” has always been one of my favourite French phrases – meaning that someone’s showing too much cleavage (translated literally as “there are too many people of the balcony”).  This popped into my head yesterday when visiting a friend’s new home,...

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