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Response: Hi Edward, Thanks for your feedback on your new Sapphire Stafford Apex security shed for your garden. The narrow security windows will stop people being able to see what you have stored away and should be a big aid from the security point of view. I'm pleased to note that we were helpful to your needs. Regards, Robin
With over thirty nine years experience in the garden & leisure building industry we can easily spot the difference between a good quality building and an exceptional one and we positively refuse to lower our standards. You can find cheaper buildings but you won't find better for delivery to Epsom. All of our partners have been carefully chosen to offer the finest selection of buildings, with the best after-sales service, at the very best prices.
We believe that it is vital that you are given the opportunity to inspect a building before parting with your so we have established an easily-accessible display site near Guildford in Surrey which is not too far away where you can come and view eighty buildings from all of our main ranges of buildings. You can browse at your leisure without worrying about any high pressure salesmen pouncing on you (not that we would employ that type in any case!). If you need any help then we are there to advise.
The above map will give you directions form Epsom to our display site at Sutton Green where you can our range of timber workshops, concrete garages, summerhouses, log cabins and garden sheds.
Our full range of timber (not log cabins) and concrete buildings will be installed free of charge at the time of delivery providing there is a suitable base. And if there isn't, don't worry, we can build that for you too for a small extra charge. Optional fitting service for log cabins.
Experts in garden sheds & buildings in timber, metal, plastic & concrete. And so much more so take a small drive and come and see us.
When the recession was in full swing, which was not a nice thing to say and not nice to have to live through it, it now appears that fruit and vegetable growing is on the increase. Research from the Horticultural Trades Association (HTA) and Plant Life has shown that the majority of gardeners are choosing to grow their own crops.
About two thirds of gardeners interviewed stated that they would like to grow more produce and in particular - fruit. This is an increase of more than 100% over the last few years and now accounts for over half the gardeners. The HTA also found that about 40% of gardeners planted their fruit in the Spring whereas Autumn is actually the best time to plant in your garden but not many people know that (as Michael Caine would say).
The HTA is keen to help the public and are keen to convert even more people to 'growing their own'. They are offering tips to gardeners on the best way to nurture berries and delicious healthy fruit. Some of the tips are to soaking the roots of the fruit tree before planting, maybe in your garden sheds initially, and then during late winter pruning the trees for the best results. By following these tips you should be able to grow even larger crops to enjoy as not much beats the taste of your own grown produce. A dark cool garden shed is good place to store your crop which you can then draw upon though out the year, however, it is vital that your shed does not have any gaps where mice or other nasties can get into it from the garden.
David Gilchrist at HTA said that although there has been an increase in the number of people growing their own produce many gardeners are ignoring the attractions of growing their own home grown fruit and succulent berries. He also went on to say that growing fruit can be very rewarding it certainly tastes better, it's also friendly to the environment and you also know where the produce is coming from and that no insecticide is used. It also saves on the food miles, why buy from Africa, France and Australia when you can grow produce in your own garden.
Timber and Wooden Garden Workshops England is quite famous for producing superb apples, really tasty eaters, cider apples and, of course, Bramley cooking apples. However, surprisingly there are over two thousand (2000) varieties of British apples and that does not include all the various cider apples. This seems incredible for a small country like Britain. You would need a great number of garden sheds including Epsom in Surrey with shelves all the way round to display just a small number of them, anyway the best thing to do with an apple is to crunch into it and enjoy the taste.
What are your favourite apples? Do you know any apple from your childhood which are no longer available? Do you grow your own fruit and vegetables and do you think it's worthwhile?