Many thanks to Headland Printers for some fantastic sign writing on our vans!
Earlier this year we replaced an old and storm damaged fence for a customer.
Now, we’ve been back, on the second step of the journey to redesign this space. We’re after a relaxing space, with less grass to keep on top of. For this stage, we’ve focused on the bottom half of the garden to create a new decking area and wide border bed, to allow for shrubs and some climbers along the fence.
The next steps involve laying a unique patio and slate chipping design on the opposite side of the garden, with some raised beds, to really pull the garden together as a whole.
Step 1 complete- Well done to our colleague, Ollie, who managed to strip this overgrown tangle back to the wall this morning!
Though some tidying up of the stonework may well be in order, it already shows a lot of promise of being a beautiful garden wall.
We were told that somewhere under here, there was a wall to be found. But the flowers are lovely when out, so instead of removing completely, a hefty trim was in order. A tricky job, to be done by hand to ensure the plants are cut back in the right place.
Et Voila! A beautiful bit of walling has been unveiled,
without taking away any of the summertime display.
Without regular cleaning, patios- especially slate- can become very slippery.
A good pressure wash is just the trick to keep the area safe, and looking great once again.