From recycled plastic to renewable wood composite, our products are crafted with sustainability in mind. And we’re proud that our production of our iconic screens is almost Zero Waste thanks to tricks like reusing off-cuts as samples or incorporating them into bespoke-sized screens.
All of our products are designed to be weather resistant as much as possible. Our signature screens and fences are made from advanced composite material which is why they’re highly durable. They’re fully waterproof – so they won’t crack, rot or mould. And they’re finished with a protective UV coating meaning they won’t fade, even with daily sunlight exposure. This coating also protects from mud, soil and stains. You’ll never need to paint them. And you can simply wipe them with a wet sponge, or even hose them down, to get that sparkling brand new look.
Our products are designed for easy installation. Our screens can be installed onto any surface – like brickwork or fence panelling. And because they’re wood composite, all you need to do is use a screw, or you could use our posts to create free standing fencing. Don’t fancy DIY? We can install them for you. Speak to our installation experts or simply add Installation when you buy.
We create collections in multiple sizes, but if you can’t find a size that’s 100% perfect for your space, they’re incredibly easy to customise. Get in touch with our sales specialists to find out about customised products, or our expert installation team can take care of it all for you.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What is the weight of the breezeblocks?
Each of the breezeblocks weighs 22kg as they are made of a high quality concrete.
Can the breezeblocks be cut?
As these are made of concrete, these absolutely can be cut to fit any size space. We recommend using an angle grinder to make sure that they are cut precisely so they don't damage the patterns.
Where do you recommend the breezeblocks are used?
Our inital idea for the breezeblocks were to help projects that required more stablity. For example, creating a wall that can hide bins, and air-conditioning units. However, we have seen these be used to build small walls to seperate parts of the garden.