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Sash and MPB deck out homes on the fairway

SASH UK has enjoyed another big success with its Fitrite decking and fencing system following conclusion of a long term arrangement for the supply and installation of Fitrite products between MPB Decking of Northern Ireland and the owner of one of the major players in the holiday homes business in the area.

The Golf Links holiday home park at Portrush in Northern Ireland was the testing ground for Fitrite and the client was so impressed with both the product and service from MPB Decking, that this was deemed to be the winning combination for decking installation throughout the holiday park.

Fitrite offers many advantages over conventional wooden decking, including freedom from maintenance, resistance to rot and deterioration and environmental responsibility.

The PVC decking is 100% recyclable and contains no toxic chemicals. It has a unique modular design, making it easy to install and maintain and because of its formation, it has an inherent strength that will withstand even the most enthusiastic holidaymaker!

“To date we have completed a full range of decking options to the Golf Links holiday park in a range of colours matching each individual holiday home, including a flagship black balustrade with glass to a more prestigious standard,” says Adrian McPeake of MPB.

“The client has chosen a high specification product for his decking to the park that enhances the aesthetic appearance of the park and will keep its appearance over time.

“For MPB Decking, being such a key player in the holiday home sector, becoming the main installer for other parks equates to a long term commitment for us!”

For details of Fitrite products and installers, see the website: www.sashuk.co.uk.

This news piece was published in the July 2008 issue of Park & Holiday Homes magazine. To order our latest issue please click here


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