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Recent Composite Decking Install – Bristol

Posted by Ben Chew on 11th December 2018

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Proof that it is never the wrong time to install composite decking, we have been supplied these images of this awesome decking install. Dave of Garden and Home Improvements used our CWC Composite Decking in Antique Ash  to create this masterpiece. Over 250 lengths were used for this deck alone, and more were ordered after the customer loved the finished look, for a smaller deck on the other side of the house. CWC’s balustrading was

Christmas Hours 2018

Posted by Ben Chew on 4th December 2018

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Merry Christmas from all at Kents. We would like to take this opportunity to make you aware of our opening hours over the Christmas and New Year period.  As always, thank you for your business, loyalty and support. Sincerely,  Kents Building Plastics
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Bathroom wall panels are a fantastic, modern solution to traditional tiling. If you’ve been tasked with fitting them for a job, it’s essential you know how to fit them. But firstly, you need to know how to choose the right panels for the job. So to help you in both aspects, we at Kents Building Plastics have created this short blog. How to choose the best bathroom wall panels When choosing the best bathroom wall
Here at Kents Building Plastics, we provide you with high-quality building products that suit your purposes. One of the said products we offer is Freefoam. Freefoam is the leading manufacturer of a wide range of innovative uPVC fascia and soffit products. They produce gutter systems, external cladding and interior panelling systems for the building industry in Ireland, the UK and Mainland Europe. They started trading in Ireland in 1990, perfecting and improving their products until

Prepare Your Gutter for Winter

Posted by Karl Paul on 16th November 2018

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Winter is approaching soon, which means you need to prepare. One job you should focus on is your gutter as this is where water is discharged. If it’s unable to do its job, it could mean damage and necessary extensive repair. To avoid it, here are things you can do: Start on raking leaves. Aside from being a sight for sore eyes, fallen leaves can damage your home. Decomposing leaves can bring pests and diseases.