Stone engineers Burlington adds to commercial and domestic product range at Stone Studio

Cumbria-based British stone engineers Burlington has introduced an expanded range of landscaping products for commercial and domestic use.

The products are being showcased at the company's newly opened Stone Studio located at the site of its head office and main production centre in Kirkby-in-Furness. Burlington's landscaping product range now comprises both off-the-shelf and bespoke materials, which enables landscape designers and home owners to combine the uniform shapes and lines with random materials.

Burlington now offers modular units of split-faced walling stone that are simple and easy to install. Burlington's split-faced walling comes in six different sizes, all of which are 75mm deep.

Burlington states that its range fits well with the recent landscape and garden design trend for drystone walling.

Marketing director Nick Williams said: "From the patio to the garden, it is our intention to widen the appeal of Burlington's landscaping product offering by providing a combination of standard lines with more bespoke pieces."

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