Spruce up your garden this Spring with Comley Reclaim
1st April 2014
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Pottering round a salvage yard is an enjoyable way to shop for your house and garden. Affordable and full of character, reclaimed materials can give your home a unique edge you won't find anywhere else.


If you are thinking of sprucing up the garden or even completley redesigning it but have no idea where to start, Comley Reclaim is well worth a visit. Conveniently situated in Wrecclesham, on the outskirts of Farnham, you really never know what you may come across and even the most unimaginative of us can not fail to be inspired.


Reclaimed bricks, tiles, slates, railway sleepers and flagstones are just some of the great recycled materials available to reuse or decorate your garden. Raised beds and planters work nicely for traditional as well as more contemporary gardens and never seem to date. Comley Reclaim have a range of reclaimed and new sleepers and beams perfect for the job. A unique pathway or patio can be created with a whole host of existing materials. If you want a quirky feel to your garden look out for old signs,statues, urns and stone troughs. Maybe your fencing has suffered in this winter's raging winds, they also stock a wide range of new fencing panels, posts and trellis to border your pride and joy.


Comley Reclaim can even fulfil your bespoke requirements. Made to measure garden furniture, gates, log stores and planters are just a few of the beautiful creations available. How about some traditional garden recycling, order a wooden composter and start making your own compost, it's a sure way of saving pounds, helps the environment and will be a great addition to the other marvellous green solutions you've found to improve your garden.  

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