Bridge Greenhouses help UK garden centres meet growing demand with bigger and better structures

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Commercial greenhouse specialists, Bridge Greenhouses, help garden centres expand to satisfy the increasing numbers of UK homeowners looking to improve their gardens and outside spaces.

“Giving more attention to our gardens is something many of us enjoyed during the pandemic and it has definitely benefitted garden centres. Plant retailers are keen to capitalize on this opportunity by asking us to install larger and more modern structures that enhance their customers’ experience” says David Summerfield, Director of Bridge Greenhouses.

Due to the greater time spent at home during the pandemic, garden centers reported increased business as more members of the public focused on garden improvements and landscaping.

This demand has continued and there were over 2,300 garden centres in the UK in 2023, with numbers set to grow.

“Working alongside garden center operators and architects, we are able to design beautiful structures. As well as creating the ideal environment for plants to flourish, we are able to use double glazing and various cladding options to create a more visibly appealing and pleasant shopping experience for gardeners too” adds David.

“Garden centers are all about bringing people and plants together. They must be both a nurturing environment for plants and a nice atmosphere in which to spend a spring afternoon browsing. With advances in greenhouse technology and efficiency, we’re very proud of the spaces we’ve helped deliver and excited by the potential for new structures within the industry” concludes David.

Bridge Greenhouses hope to work on an increasing number of garden center developments throughout 2024 and beyond.

For more information:
Bridge Greenhouses
+44 (0)1243 641789

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