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HarrodRoman Full Lattice Superior Garden Arch

£575.00

  • Steel Sheet Full Lattice Side Panels
  • 1.5 or 2 Metres Wide
  • Multiple Arches can be Linked
  • 10 Year Guarantee

IN A SENTENCE...
Premium Roman arch with lattice sides and available in two different widths

IN DETAIL

Based on the half lattice standard Roman arch this top of the range version has full lattice panels made from laser cut steel sheet sides instead of zinc wire.

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WHERE TO BUYAbout

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

  • 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.
  • Crocus
    Since their launch in 2000, Crocus has grown into the biggest gardening website in the UK and can offer over 4000 plant varieties - your average garden centre has a choice of about 400! They've won 25 gold medals at Chelsea for gardens they have built and grown the plants for.
  • 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.
  • Primrose
    Established in 2003 and based in Reading, Primrose pride themselves on their entire in-house based operation including their UK based customer service team who will be happy to answer your questions - however challenging!
  • 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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