Barton Grange Landscapes launches new website in bid to win clients

Barton Grange Landscapes has revamped its website in a drive to attract new customers.

Barton Grange Landscapes managing director Peter Topping told HW that the plan had just been to "tinker" with the site, but once work started he realised that it needed a "complete overhaul".

The new Barton Grange Landscapes website allows potential clients to get an idea of the kind of work the firm has carried out, added Topping.

"We are pushing the web address more in correspondence, whereas before we didn't really use it as a marketing tool," he explained.

"It gives clients a good overview of what we do."

The firm has this year joined the Association of Play Industries to reflect its growing experience in play area work.

"Play areas have been one of our biggest areas because of the money that has come from the Government through the Playbuilder and Pathfinder programmes," said Topping.

"We will definitely be doing more of that work next year."


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