Attending Glee, the leading garden and leisure industry show, was a great opportunity for Nathan Dodd to spot trends and anticipate products that will come onto the market in the near future.
The Lotus metal shed autumn sale is going to prove very popular according to Nathan James Dodd based on seeing the shed recently at the GLEE Trade Show. The 6x5 shed is only £149, 8x6 is only £199 and 10x8 is only £279 for a limited time only.
You may be aware that the LOTUS range was launched in the summer of this year - comprising 3 sizes of Apex sheds: 6x5, 8x6 and the 10x8.
This shed is a new concept of metal shed made from higher specification materials and due to intensive investigations of suppliers' factories and material sourcing, the price represents the best value on the market.
Indeed the RRP's are equal to some of the least expensive metal sheds in the market.
When I visited GLEE 2014 (garden trade show) I had the opportunity of seeing this shed in the flesh and I was not disappointed. Philip Kandell from Storemore (manufacturers) guided me around the product, showing me the various design elements and specifications including the quality, style and above all exceptional value for money.
For the Autumn Gardensite are able to offer all the Lotus sheds at sale prices until the end of October 2014 or while stocks last.
The offer will not be repeated and is designed to bring this new and exciting model to the attention of the UK market.
Gardensite are also supporting this offer by offering timber floors and foundation kits to fit, also at discounted prices when ordered with a Lotus shed.
View the range of Lotus Metal Sheds
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