S3i Blog May - 2019

Mark Prydderch

Technical Manager

Trellis Canopy

Stainless Steel Trellis Canopy by Jill Foxley.

S3i Group are pleased to have worked with renowned garden designer Jill Foxley of The Perfumed Garden on this stunning trellis canopy installation at a private residence in St Eutrope de Born, France.

We have manufactured bespoke stainless steel wall brackets and support frames to exact design dimensions, and have supplied made to measure stud wire rope assemblies.

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Tag: S3i Group, Jill Foxley, The Perfumed Garden, Trellis Canopy, Stainless Steel, Wire Rope Assemblies, Wall Brackets, France

Trellis Canopy by Jill Foxley
Mark Prydderch

Technical Manager

Garden Glass Balustrade

Glass Balustrade Installation North Yorkshire.

Some great project photos of our glass balustrade mounted on a raised decking balcony area, set in the picturesque village of Threshfield, North Yorkshire.

This balustrade system uses our post and glass clamp system, with stainless steel handrail on the stairway and has been expertly installed by the property owner himself... fantastic job!

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Tag: S3i Group, Glass Balustrade, Stainless Steel Handrail, Glass Clamp, Raised Decking Balcony

Garden Glass Balustrade - North Yorkshire
Nick Arrowsmith

Director

Gripple Garden Wire Trellis

Cost effective and easy to use wire trellis system by Gripple.

Unique trellising system which can be attached to walls, fences and posts, providing support to a wide variety of flowers, plants, vegetables and fruit trees.

Starter kit includes everything you need to get started with additional packs of tensioners and wire available for you to expand your system.

UV stabilised Nylon construction makes this system ideal for use both outdoors and indoors, especially in humid glasshouses.

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Tag: S3i Group, Wire Trellis, Gripple, Garden, Plant Support, Plant Training, Horticultural

Gripple Garden Wire Trellis
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