The beautifully finished Mersham Garden Room.build, driveways, gate, installation
Gates, Posts & Automation system recently installed near Maidstone Kent For more information of our Automated Gates select that category from the drop down menu when you hover over the “services” tab at the top of the page.driveway, installation, landscaping, resin
Another Resin Bound Gravel Driveway project – September 2013 Project Type: Driveway Duration: 1 Day Project Details: This project is just a simple surface installation carried out for our client in Cambridge. After several years of hard work, our clients have been busy landscaping their own property and we have installed the new surface onto […]feature, garden, installation, landscaping
Water features enhance the beauty of any garden. They add a quiet, trickling sound that creates a peaceful ambience. When designed well, a water feature can work brilliantly as the focal point for your garden landscape. Here are some ideas you may want to consider: Small Pond Other than making your garden look attractive, a […]advice, gate, installation, tips
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 […]gate, installation, oak
This Oak Gate was installed today together with its electric automated opening system, near Faversham, Kent. The gate and posts were made for this project by our garden joinery company “Bay & Green”, as you can see the gate has been engraved with our client’s property name. A Nice Metro automation system has been fitted, […]installation, landscaping, public
The hardscape guys are hard at work carrying out Bench Installations for the public areas of the Environment Agency’s flaghip site, The Thames Barrier Complex. You can see Geoff here reinstating the block paved promenade on the South Embankment of the Thames.