A few of our garden transformations...

A seated decked area was created in a previously overgrown and unused part of the garden. Subtle lighting makes it an area that can also be used in the evening.

Two raised oak sleeper beds separated by paved seating area. We also added horizontal panels behind the beds to enhance the look.

Raised oak sleeper beds

The grass area was replaced with a patio and pond, making the space usable throughout the year.

This garden had a steep incline. We landscaped and incorporated paved steps using Heritage paving throughout.

The existing paving and area was cleared to make way for a newly designed landscaped area.  A new patio was laid using Indian sandstone paving, proving a dining area space and a hot tub. Brick walls were also built to enclose the area with contemporary light features.

Old decking and steps were removed and replaced with a new paved patio area and decked steps.

The client had a large raised decking area which was felt to be too high as it overlooked the fence and didn't providine any privacy. The decking was removed and the area excavated to create a lower area to enjoy. A flat patio area was created with a pergola, using Indian sandstone paving

The client wanted a natural york stone retaining wall to divide different heights of the garden. After installing a concrete footing, we laid the stone randomly to the required heights and finished with a capping stone. The walling was pointed with a bird peak style of pointing and to add extra strength, we concreted the back of the wall before installing a sleeper wall using oak sleepers.