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La Hacienda showcases new products at SOLEX

Published: 29 June 2018

For nearly 30 years, La Hacienda has been at the forefront of the outdoor heating market and is firmly established as one of the world’s leading outdoor heating brands. With an ever-growing stockist network, La Hacienda look forward to showcasing plenty of new products at SOLEX (Stand 120), including brand new electric heaters, chimeneas and fire pits to add to their popular range. The substantial new ‘Brava’ fire pit is a must for any serious collection. Magnificent in size and featuring a bold banded design, this fire pit will be the eye catcher of your display. Ignite your customers’ imagination with these attractive and impressive fire pits from La Hacienda.

 

 

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