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Recycled plastic porch canopies in Manchester

Recycled plastic porch canopies in Manchester

Kedel Limited have supplied maintenance-free gallows brackets and chamfered posts for porch canopies for a housing development in Walkden, Greater Manchester.

Kedel uses waste plastic to manufacture their long-life, maintenance-free gallows brackets and chamfered posts.

Impervious to water, frost, ice, insects and fungi, they will never rot, crack, warp or splinter and will never need painting, as the UV protected colour is added during manufacture and will not discolour.

They are already widely used in an industry looking for low carbon solutions and can be seen on new the high spec Heyfields housing development recently completed by Countryside, off Moss Lane in Walkden, Greater Manchester.

Kedel’s Recycled Plastic Gallows Brackets and Porch Canopy’s offer the longevity of plastic with the traditional appearance of wood without the significant environmental impact of virgin plastic production or deforestation associated with use of wood for construction applications.

These low carbon accessories are only a couple of over 2000 recycled plastic products produced by Kedel Limited at their manufacturing Unit in Burnley.

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Kedel Limited

Kedel Limited

Kedel Limited, manufacturers of synthetic wood and mix plastic lumber for building and construction made from 100% recycled plastic, are based in Burnley, Lancashire. A family-run company, founded by three brothers in January 2010.

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