We’re now in the year 2020, you’re not pleased with the current look of your garden and you’re desperate to make improvements before the BBQ season hits. We’ve all been there. The good news is, you’ve still got plenty of time to get your outdoor space ready for the summer months.
This article will focus on both existing and predicted trends to help you get more from your garden in 2020.
Countering climate change
Whether you’re watching T.V, listening to the radio, or browsing through social media, you simply can’t escape the heavily discussed topic that is climate change. It’s such an important topic in this day and age that people are now looking for products to help protect their garden from extreme heat, cold and wet conditions.
Whilst having a beautiful garden is nice, there’s not much point spending time and effort making it look good if security is an issue. Are your gate locks secure? Is your fence weak in certain areas? Does your fence seem tall enough? These are just a few questions to help determine whether you need to focus on security before the look of your outdoor space.
If you’re looking to increase the level of security for your garden, take a look at GATEMATE’s High Security Escutcheon. This premium lock offers an anti-cut, anti-drill and anti-tamper design for high intruder resistance.