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FP McCann's Precast Concrete Fencing Products on display at GLEE 2017

FP McCann will once again be exhibiting at this year’s GLEE show at Birmingham’s NEC. The three day event is the UK's largest indoor display of garden and landscaping products to the trade. Running from the 11th to 13th September, the exhibition is expected to attract over 10,000 visitors. Some 600 exhibitors will be present, demonstrating a host of products and services. Television presenter and garden designer - Nick Bailey will be a keynote speaker at the event.

 

 

FP McCann will be showcasing its precast concrete fencing range. Functional, durable and decorative landscaping products include slotted posts and complementary gravel boards in a plain, rock-faced or recessed design; ideal for use in combination with timber fence panels. Morticed and recessed precast concrete posts offer a long-lasting alternative to wooden fence posts.

FP McCann's stand (location 20P40) will also display the precast concrete deckpost, a durable alternative to a wooden decking post. Available in four different lengths, from 18 inches to 48 inches high, the post is a rot-free option providing a long-lasting support to timber decking.

 

For ease of installation, many of FP McCann's fencing products can be ordered from the Fenn-Lite range, where posts and gravel boards are up to 45% lighter than conventional precast concrete products but have the same strength, durability and long-life performance.

Katie McGorty, FP McCann’s National Fencing Sales Manager, will be joined on the stand by David Harper and new recruits Lisa Mackett and Jack Wheldon; both having recently joined the company to strengthen the commercial team.

Katie says, “We look forward to a successful three days at GLEE 2017. Attending this prestigious show will help further raise our profile in the garden and landscaping sectors and also provide us with the opportunity to introduce our new team to a healthy cross-section of contractors and suppliers alike.”