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AgriframesElegance Gothic Arch

£333.00

  • Distinctive Ogee Arch
  • Unusual Sage Green Colour
  • Lattice Infill Panels Included
  • 10 Year Guarantee

IN A SENTENCE...
This Ogee Gothic arch is presented in an delicate sage green and has lattice infill panels

IN DETAIL

Similar to the original Gothic Arch, this one also features the distinctive point of an Ogee Gothic arch and is powder coated in a pleasing sage green colour that will complement your outdoor space and affords the ultimate weather protection.

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WHERE TO BUYMore

These retailers are well established and have a good reputation among purchasers.

Over the years, we've noticed some online only outfits pop-up and offer very competitive prices but cut corners on delivery and customer service, and tend to not last very long!

  • Agriframes
    Since 1970, this family run business has specialised in creating stylish, high quality garden structures such as pergolas, screens, gazebos and of course arches.
  • Greenfingers
    Greenfingers is a leading online retailer of garden items and has been trading since 2002. It offers a wide range of products from familiar brands at very competitive prices. Part of the M8 Group that has featured in the Sunday Times Fast Track 100.
  • Harrod Horticultural
    Harrod Horticultural have been designing and manufacturing high quality garden structures in Suffolk since 2000, expanding out from the parent company - a leading UK manufacturer of sports ground equipment that started in 1954.
  • Keen Gardener
    Established in 2002 by a husband and wife team, Keen Gardener is still an independent family run retailer stocking over 6,500 products from 90 top garden and outdoor brands.
  • Selections
    Another long established family business that offers high quality gardening and home-ware products at sensible prices, including a wide range of stylish and practical own-brand items.
  • Wickes
    A well know name in DIY, Wickes can trace it roots back to the lumber trade in mid-19th century Michigan. It opened its first UK store in 1972 and now has 230 stores nationwide. It is part of the Travis Perkins group, a FTSE250 listed builders' merchant and home improvement retailer.

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