We love being sociable and you will find our Twitter full of before, during and after photos mixed in with a few tweets about our family. On our Facebook page, Instagram and Flickr you can find favourite snapshots of our work. If you need landscaping inspiration then check out our Pinterest and Houzz profiles.
A family run business with a team of dedicated and knowledgeable workers. We take pride in our work and enjoy renovating blank canvases and overgrown gardens into beautiful landscaped and useable spaces that you can delight in.
Our most frequently asked question is: How much would it cost to landscape by front and back garden? The trouble is there is no set answer as there are so many different materials, structures and elements to consider. I guess you could liken it to buying a new car or a new kitchen- some are more expensive than others as they have more gadgets or items.
What we can do however, is show you some of our projects and what they involved and then give you a price for how much a similar project would cost.
We hope it is of help to you and gives you some inspiration and guidance.
Other places to look for inspiration when planning the design of your own garden would be Pinterest and Houzz.
The client Peter contacted us knowing exactly what he wanted, right down to the type of water feature that he wanted. On the site visit Peter went through the different areas that he would like to be included such as a BBQ, fire pit, water feature and hedging. Susan and Peter discussed the area that the patio would cover and other important elements such as a certain width path to get the ride on mower off the drive and past the patio near the garage.
The clients approached us as a result of seeing our advert for our landscaping services in a magazine. Susan met with the clients and walked round to listen to their ideas. Then after two other site visits the project was agreed. The front drive was straightforward and the clients decided they needed to update the look of their drive but wanted to stick with gravel. We recommended a gravel grid stabilisation system to ensure the gravel would not rut, shoes and tyres would not sink in it and it would be stable for many years to come. It was decided that flint gravel would be the best choice as the clients did not want a 'golden' look gravel.
This project takes us to Ashtead in Surrey. We were approached by Mr and Mrs Reynolds to provide a quote for a new patio that they wanted constructing in their back garden. Ralph, our landscape foreman attended the quote and measured up. The brief was to install a slate patio with a pathway down to a shed and outbuilding. Due to the levels in the garden the patio would have to be raised and the client did not want any steps from the patio to the path due to taking some light machinery down it. There were a few changes to the design at the beginning and then the client decided on which one to go forward with. The next stage was ensuring the client was happy with the paving choice. Mr and Mrs Reynolds chose Green Slate from London Stone after visiting their showroom.
A large patio in Kashmir buff sandstone. The client, Lisa, contacted us after seeing our post on the Redhill and Reigate parent network Facebook page. She was looking for a company to take up her old rotten decking, sort out the levels and replace with an indian sandstone. We arranged a site visit and came out to meet Lisa and look around the site. Lisa knew the exact type of stone that she wanted so she had made trips to various stone suppliers and had chosen Kasmir Buff sandstone.