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HSE Advice for installing Automated Gates

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July 17th, 2013 by

Installers, designers, maintenance firms and manufacturers of electric gates, are being urged to seriously consider new safety advice issued by the Health and Safety Executive today, following the recent deaths of two children involving these gates. The safety alert points out that limiting the closing forces of gates alone will not provide sufficient protection to […]

Gardening Tips: Luminous Plants for a Moon Garden

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June 28th, 2013 by

Most summer gardens must be seen in the daylight to appreciate their true beauty. If you love spending summer nights outdoors, however, a moon garden might be more suitable for you. Moon gardens can create outdoor spaces equally as enjoyable in the starlight as in the sunlight. These gardens consist of white flowers and foliage […]

Landscaping Tip: Make a Good Impression with your Front Yard Garden

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May 22nd, 2013 by

Nothing is as welcoming as a home with a beautiful garden out front. Most front yards have straight paths for a practical reason; it is often the shortest route to the door. This doesn’t mean, however, that you have to leave it that way. Make yours more inviting by adding elements like a curved walkway, […]

Why should I have my garden designed – part 1

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March 27th, 2013 by

                Part 1 – The finances Lets not bet around the bush! There are no short – term financial gains, you have to pay professional people to do a professional job, then it pays! Why & How If your garden is designed and built professionally will it will […]

Spring is here, Get your new vegetable garden started!

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March 17th, 2013 by

Hi everyone, Its time to get the vegetable garden started, you will be rewarded with great tasting food for the home, lower supermarket bills and its also great fun. Heres a few tips for you to get started. If you don’t want the hard work, our Horticultural team will do that for you. Good luck, […]

What to plant in difficult soils and places within your garden

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March 14th, 2013 by

Just a few tips to help you choose plants within those tricky situations within your garden. Heavy Clay Soil in Deep Shade Clay soil is easily compressed when wet and water can be slow to drain away.  This can make it cold and wet in winter and if this is compounded by being in a […]

Three Ways to Make Your Garden Lovelier

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March 11th, 2013 by

Imagine a morning seeing a garden filled with greeneries and blooming flowers kissed by the morning dew. Wouldn’t it be a great way to jumpstart your day? Creating a beautifully landscaped garden not only makes a huge difference to your home’s overall appeal, but also a nice way to have new reasons to smile every […]

Stainless Steel Wall Waterfeature

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July 1st, 2012 by

Swimming Pool Project in North London takes shape

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May 3rd, 2012 by

Rob, the pool tiler is very happy today, weve covered the entire pool with a huge taurpalin to form a temporary rain proof working environment, much needed as it has rained every day for the last 15 days. The walls are tiled and the Pool cover track rails and underground pit are installed. The inwall […]

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