We’re a BALI Accredited Supplier

Established in 1972, the British Association of Landscape Industries (BALI) is the leading trade body for landscape professionals with over 1,800 members including architects and garden designers. It continually evolves and improves standards within the landscaping sector and is the number one source of information for the industry.   

As a key sector and the largest supplier of aluminium pergolas to landscape professionals, we are delighted, following a rigorous assessment across all areas of the business including workmanship and skill, to have received BALI approval and subsequently become a BALI accredited supplier. In addition to this, we are for the second year running proud to be able to headline sponsor the Pro Landscaper Business Awards. As the most prestigious and recognised accolades in the industry, the awards celebrates the hard work and dedication of individuals, companies and teams for their outstanding achievements in landscaping.  Our Managing Director Stuart comments “We pride ourselves on offering quality products that are value for money with exacting service to the landscape industry. We are committed to strengthening our support within the sector and growing our recognition in any way that we can and both this latest accreditation and ongoing awards sponsorship demonstrates our continued commitment and support for the sector which we are proud to work and be part of.” 

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