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Using Large Galvanised Planters

Posted by admin on November 14, 2012  /   Posted in Galvanised Steel Planters

When it comes to your garden, you always want it to look nice. When I say nice, I don’t just mean keeping the grass short and pulling the weeds, I mean adding some nice modern garden furniture and some inspiring planters to help brighten the areas in the garden and to make things easier to work with.

There are so many different shapes, styles, colours, materials and detailing to pick and choose that it can be a daunting task. But what if I told you it was actually easier to pick some Large Planters? You would say go on then.

So the first thing you should think about is the size that you want and need. You also need to look at what type of material would look best in your garden as well as picking a colour to complement the garden as well.

For a more Modern Contemporary Large Planter, we usually look towards the Galvanised planters as they offer a fantastic sleek finish and they are very strong and durable. And if the standard silver finish isn’t quite to your liking you can always opt to have them powder coated as well. Although the cost to have them powder coated can be significantly higher for some sizes, it is well worth it to have the colour that you want to match the colour scheme of your garden.

Some companies keep stock of some standard sizes Large Galvanised Planters but many companies also offer a service where they can make customised sizes to suit exactly what you want. What makes these services even better is that if you want to run planters by a wall and there is a drainage pipe in the way, you can take measurements and send over a detailed drawing and they can manufacturer the planters that have complex angles or to have indents to go around immovable objects. Again, the costs of these services do go up but the results are stunning and will make your area much more attractive.

Large Galvanised Planters and Powder Coated Planters give you a modern look and generally work with a wide range of colour combinations. They can even be used as decorative barriers to give you more privacy within your areas.

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