Project Update: Resin Gravel Surfacing in Westerham, Kent

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Project Update: Resin Gravel Surfacing in Westerham, Kent

Lewis | April 17, 2015 | 0 Comments

If you follow our Instagram account, you may be familiar with a resin gravel project we have been doing in Westerham in Kent since February. With the large number of projects we have at any one time, our teams have been working very hard to keep this project up to speed; hats off to them! It’s not finished as of yet, but it is already starting to come together.

Let’s start with a couple of images from the first day of the project:

The groundwork nearer to the building in this rather large garden was in progress; our in-house team found just enough time to take this photo before it became too dark to do so!

Just for you to be able to gauge the size of the project, this is towards the rear of the garden with all of our groundwork materials and equipment in the background! A large job can take a little longer, but the speed at which Oakleigh Manor has worked – all without compromising our high quality work – is still impressive…

As you can see, here is some of the resin gravel surfacing already laid, complete with edgings and recommended groundwork and base layers, all completed by Oakleigh Manor. As all of our dedicated readers know, I’m sure, we do not outsource subcontractors to ensure the quality of our work and the reinforcement of our company ethos.

Our in-house teams are highly skilled, have been trained to the highest level and are vastly experienced to make sure the quality of each resin gravel surface is done beautifully. This property in Westerham is utilising resin gravel on their back garden pathway. I think we can all agree this will look stunning when completed.

Resin gravel surfacing has so many advantages, all of which the owners of this property will be reaping in no time at all. There will be no loose gravel on this smooth surface and it provides so much more beauty than standard block paving. Oakleigh Manor are really proud of their efforts so far here in Westerham. Here’s a before-and-after shot for you to enjoy…

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