Kelkay?s Country Cottages in high demand

by | Jan 4, 2016 | Products | 0 comments

Kelkay has reported that its Country Cottages collection of self-contained water features has been flying off the shelves over the Christmas and New Year period.

Designed in-house by Kelkay, leading aggregates manufacturer and distributor, the range ? which comprises of ?Bramble?, ?Old Mill? and ?Tudor? ? gives a daylong glow thanks to LED lights. Kelkay is hopeful that interest in the features will increase further in spring with what it is calling a renewed popularity in miniature gardening.

Antony Harker, managing director of Kelkay, said: ?The Country Cottages water feature collection is one of many ranges we?ve designed in-house this year. The success of the collection hasn?t come as a surprise to us ? we understand the consumer and having this knowledge really pays off. We know traditional products are always popular.?

Kelkay claims to ensure industry-leading stock availability and delivery times, especially at peak periods. It offers a ?500 carriage paid order service across the UK through its transport logistics department. Kelkay?s brand portfolio includes Borderstone, Build Mate, easyfoundation and Henri, providing retailers with a single source of supply for a wide range of garden products.

For more information, visit: www.kelkay.co.uk

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