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This is a garden that was left to grow wildly out of control for many years. The couple had recently had a baby girl and had saved up to revamp the garden into something practical for both themselves and the new member to the family.
This Retaining wall had begun to collapse and sub-side in areas causing concerns for the bungalow below and the gardens to the properties above. Engineers plans were drawn up for a new reinforced concrete wall cladded in reclaimed limestone to give back its natural look. This project was a real challenge and the finished project was beyond expectations of the customers and engineer. As you can see from the pictures once the wall was completed we then landscaped the garden we used for access back to its original design but with some upgrades to areas.
Here we were lucky enough to strip both front and back gardens out completely and start with a blank canvas. We designed a nicely mixed back garden consisting of Indian sandstone, new fencing all around and a new lawn. We then block paved the front, creating extra parking space with a new boundary fence.
Here we stripped out an entire back garden and created a new patio area using Indian sandstone, a raised composite decking area and a stone BBQ. This resulted in a stunning, maintenance free garden.
This is a new build property that our stonemasonry team cladded with yellow sandstone. All of the stone was hand dressed including all the corner stones. The finish was breathtaking!
This was one of our favourite jobs of 2014. We completely stripped out an old stone patio, extended the area and installed a stunning a new patio area on 2 levels using Cathedral limestone paving. We recycled some of the existing stone and created new raised flower beds along with using the same stone for facing the new steps all around. Lighting was also installed along with a natural stone made water feature which just gave the garden some lovely sound when running.
This is a new block paved driveway we installed using abbey tumbled block paving. We managed to create an extra parking space by taking out an old small lawn area but left some existing flower beds in place to leave some colour.
This is a another block paved driveway we installed using abbey tumbled block paving. We managed to create an extra parking space by taking out an old small lawn area and reducing the boundary wall by half.
Here we started with replacing the whole boundary fence which was surrounding the back garden. We then installed a new block paved driveway to the front using marshalls brindle block paving, creating extra parking space by splitting the existing lawn in half.
Here the customer was having a new conservatory fitted so, once the foundations were in, we created a new patio area right the way around using Indian sandstone. We also created a raised flower bed right the way down the fence.
Here we created some new steps and retaining walls starting from where a new conservatory was being built, leading up to the top garden. We designed something which would look natural but also work as a stunning view from the conservatory itself. Flower beds were also added to give the area some colour and softness.