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Locally-made pergolas

Mitch Mcdivitt, Ezra Watkins, Bronwen Parry, Shannon Burns and Gavyn Burns from Undercover Industries.

Undercover Industries brings beauty and comfort to Bay of Plenty homes with custom-made aluminium pergolas.

Having never wavered from their commitment to make their products locally, the husband-and-wife led team was stoked to receive the iconic Buy New Zealand Made official license earlier this week.

“We are so proud to make our products here with local knowledge, supporting our community as they continually support us,” says director Gavyn Burns.

For over 30 years, the New Zealand Made trademark has been a trusted sign of authentically Kiwi-made products. The label is proof of a product indeed made in our own backyard.

“Being locally manufactured means our pergolas are designed for the Bay’s wild, windy and coastal conditions,” says Gavyn.

“It also allows us to work alongside our customers to not only meet their expectations, but smash ‘em out of the park!”

Undercover Industries uses structural-grade aluminium to customise pergolas that suit each client’s unique needs. Whether you are after a gabled, curved, mono-pitched or custom shaped pergola, they can make it happen.

“Our experienced team of in-house fabrication engineers is always busy working away in our Mount Maunganui-based manufacturing facility, bringing our customer’s visions to life.”

The result is an ideal outdoor space that’s modern and attractive, low-maintenance and durable with 99.9 per cent UV protection, keeping you, your family and your assets protected all year long.

For locally-made pergolas, awnings or outdoor structures, visit: www.undercoverindustries.co.nz or head to their showroom at 7 Cherokee Place, Mount Maunganui.

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