BiGDUG, a leading UK supplier of shelving, racking and associated products and accessories, announce that they now have robust pine shelving available through their online store which has been constructed with ethically-sourced pine.
Online PR News – 18-April-2010 – – Gloucester, United Kingdom (April 16, 2010) - BiGDUG, a leading UK supplier of shelving, racking and associated products and accessories, announce that they now have robust pine shelving available through their online store which has been constructed with ethically-sourced pine.
The pine used in BiGDUG's storage shelving is made from wood sourced at an FSC certified, sustainable European forest. Affordable and competitively priced, each shelving unit is delivered ready to be waxed, varnished or painted, or simply left in its natural state. Each unit is fully modular, meaning that the shelving is easy to extend or modify whenever required, and all units are self assembly. Construction is made easy with all necessary tools included, such as chrome bolts and allen keys.
Posts and shelves are smooth and rounded for an exceptional finish and units can be used for domestic or commercial/industrial requirements. For example, units could be put into a child's bedroom to store toys, or custom units can be installed at a licensed premises to store wine bottles. Fully adjustable, shelves can carry a weight of up to 40kgs UDL and are height adjustable up to 130mm.
"Our pine shelving is an excellent solution for anybody looking for extra storage in their homes or at their business premises. Versatile as well as attractive and affordable, our shelving arrives ready to be treated or decorated in whatever way the client wishes," comments Doug Nourse of BiGDUG. "Our pine shelving is eco-friendly and strong, holding substantial weights securely and effectively. They are easy to construct too, with these attributes making them one of the best shelving options currently available anywhere."
To find out more about BiGDUG and their extensive range of storage products, visit their website at http://www.bigdug.co.uk or telephone 0845 966 6000.