Permeable Drives

The main options for permeable driveways are block-paving, permeable tarmac, supported turf and gravel. We have illustrated some of the available products and how they work. Grass-guard products come in a variety of styles and materials, from concrete to 100% recycled plastic.  Laying of these products usually requires a free-draining hardcore base, overlain with compacted…

Tarmac

Tarmac is one of the drive covering options we supply. It has a range of benefits, and doesn’t tend to be too expensive, which makes it a very popular option for driveways.

Block Paving

Block paving is still very popular, offering a wide range of colours, sizes and patterns for your drive. There is now also the choice of using traditional concrete blocks or new natural stone pavers. Block paving: how it works In order to lay a standard block paved drive, we would usually dig-out 8-inches/20cm of material…

Walling and Retainers

As you will see from some of the images, we carry out many different walling projects to suit your requirements. Retaining walls can be built using a variety of materials from standard bricks, reclaimed bricks, natural stone bricks, rendered walls, block walls or sleeper retainers. Copings also vary from brick to slab to stone or…

Decking

Decking is very versatile. It can be laid to form many types of pattern, it can be suspended over an area and different levels can be created easily. Hardwood and softwood timber can be used, both with a life-span exceeding 20 years and comes either grooved or plain. Various maintenance issues apply to the different…

Patios

Patios can be laid using a variety of materials. All, however, fall into two categories, man-made products and natural products. Concrete slabs are often made to recreate the natural stone look, but are disadvantaged by weathering much quicker and losing their colour. Natural stone slabs have a number of  advantages over their concrete cousins. They…

Landscape Gardening

Landscape Gardening Basics Landscape gardening is not something you can easily do yourself. If not done well, it can lead to all sorts of problems further down the road that can in turn end up costing a lot of money. As such, if you want to rework your garden, it is best to hire professional…