Midlands based M&M Timber Limited, a specialist in machined round timbers, has been gearing up production to meet end-of-season demand from the leisure park industry.
The company is boosting production at its Worcestershire plant for its range of treated landscaping and fencing timbers.
Leisure park operators and outdoor entertainment facilities managers throughout the country will now be preparing for what they hope will be a better season next year.
“This is the time of year when country parks, zoos and other outdoor attractions will be looking to carry out repairs and remedial work,” says Andy Hodge, commercial director.
And, thanks to a special drying process used in the radiata pine preservation treatment, all landscape products have low-split properties that virtually eliminate naturally occurring finger-trap fissures in weathered timber, an important safety consideration for children’s play areas.