Patios of all shapes and sizes can be created to enhance your garden. This may include a walled patio or adjoining new pathways. Let us know what you have in mind and we will then work with you to create a new garden patio.
Paving & Paths
Your old paving in your garden may now be looking tired and in need of replacement. Here are a number of examples of recent paths and paving commissions that we have completed.
Fencing & Trellising
We all enjoy privacy in our own garden so it is important that any fence you put fore mostly will last more importantly will be in-keeping with the rest of your garden. Several of our commissions we have included trellising or the creation a raised bed for plants to enhance your garden.
To create a good lawn you need to use freshly cut turf ideally cut and lifted the previous day. We will do all the preparation work required before we lay any new turf so it has the best opportunity to establish itself and grow into a healthy lawn.
The installation of artificial grass has been on the increase for a number of years. It has the advance of no maintenance, which a number of our customers require. We are able to remove you existing “lawn” and replace it with the modern alternative which will always be green!
Raised beds are a great way of improving your garden whether part of a complete garden overhaul or installed along the edge of a new fence. They come in all shapes and sizes not just rectangles!
We have installed new driveway gates for a number of our customers. These can be electrified for increase security or manually operated.
What can be better than enjoying a Summer’s day under a pagoda? We often create pagodas when creating a new patio or replacing an old one. Please let us know what you have in mind and we will then do the rest.
Stone steps often become slippy when wet so replacing them with wooden steps often solves this problem. We have installed wooden steps in a number of gardens, which can often be more elegant, that stone steps. Please let us know what you have in mind and we will then do the rest.
Not a usual request but we are being asked on an increased frequency if we can “hide” a trampoline in the ground.
To fit this trampoline into a hole in the ground sounds easy but we had to remove over 25 tonnes of earth to create the whole and then line the walls to avoid them collapsing. Drainage was a key consideration, as we did not want it to fill up with water.