Merit Garden Products Ltd

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Merit Garden Products is a family run business, based in East Anglia, but providing a great range of garden buildings throughout England And Wales.

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Merit Garden Products - making & supplying great log cabins, & sheds 23rd October 2009 @ 7:57am

Merit manufacture garden buildings; including sheds, workshops, log cabins, garages and summerhouses, from their site near Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. Many of the standard designs can be adapted to meet your garden and your garden needs.

Wessex Log Cabins are designed & made by Merit Garden Products and can be purchased through sites across the country and approved agents. The great thing about the Wessex Log Cabins is that you can add windows or doors or increase the cabin heights to suit your needs. Wessex Log Cabins offers buildings in 28mm, 44mm and substantial 70mm log widths.

Our log cabin buildings come with clear and easy to follow installation manuals, perfect for the experienced diy enthusiast. Alternatively, if you would rather enjoy relaxing in your new space immediately, you may wish to opt for our installation service. Merit Garden Products offers a delivery and installation service to most parts of England & Wales.

All of the Merit Range of Garden Buildings include FREE installation and come with tongue and groove roofs & floors and roofing felt as standard.

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