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Wallbarn

STAND NUMBER: 91

Wallbarn supplies a range of high-quality hard and soft landscaping products for use on terraces, balconies, podium decks and at ground level.

Exterior landscaping materials need to be hard wearing and durable. Those used for rooftops also cannot overload or compromise the structure.

At FutureScape we will be showcasing three key products:

  • Adjustable pedestals – the most comprehensive range in the UK if a deck is built to a fall or across multiple levels, our telescopic pedestals can be twisted so the height of the slabs or decking can be altered whilst the finish is in situ, making it far easier and quicker to construct hard landscaping areas stone paving and timber decking areas can be laid to the same height as our sedum trays, giving a seamless finish across a terrace space
  • M-Tray® – our pre-grown modular green roof system fully established sedum pre-grown in a portable tray unit makes installing green roofs incredibly easy in hard-to-access areas such as domestic rooftops self-contained so nothing spills out creates an instant, sustainable green roof as the plants are fully mature and less shocked by transport and installation.
  • iDecking – the revolutionary way to fix decking onto structural decks an ingenious rail connection system allowing decking boards to be fitted by simply stamping down with your feet superior composite decking boards made from recycled rice husks, instead of wood fibre, extruded with ridges on the underside which click into special clips fitted to the joist rails no visible screws through the decking and no need to apply fixings super-fast installation

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FUTURESCAPE

20 NOVEMBER 2018

Register free for the UK’s number 1 landscaping trade event. Don’t miss your chance to network with the biggest names in landscaping, garden design, the grounds maintenance market and more.

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