Summer Set To Return Towards The End Of The Week

Outdoor Living Pod

Today may signify the first day of Summer, but with heavy rain spreading across most of the UK, many of us woke up to a rather miserable Monday morning. However, despite the recent washout, all is not lost, as Summer is finally set to make its long-awaited comeback, with warm sunny spells and temperatures as high as 25°C predicted up and down the country towards the end of this week. 

Following one of the wettest Junes in recent memory, we can expect barbecue-weather to return from Thursday onwards, meaning we can finally get out in the garden and enjoy some much-anticipated sunshine.

Outdoor Living Pod

This said, if you're looking to make the most of your outside space irrespective of the unpredictable British weather, our fully-flexible Outdoor Living Pod is the perfect solution. Our state-of-the-art Pod provides an adaptable all-weather living space, which enhances your terrace/patio whilst turning a previously unused area into one of the most popular rooms in the home.

Featuring a sleek louvered roof which opens and closes at the touch of the button teamed with LED lighting and infra-red heating, our Pod, designed as either a stand-alone or lean to pergola canopy unit, has the ability to completely transform your outside space this Summer, regardless of the weather forecast! If you're interested in finding out more information about our pioneering Pod, you can speak to one of our dedicated shading specialists today on 0344 800 1947

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