We revamped this garden with a Raj Blend sandstone patio and a new lawn!
Raj Blend Patio & Brand New Lawn
This customer had a cheap lawn laid a few years ago and is an example that you get what you pay for! The grass was of poor quality and the ground preparation was non-existent! They contacted Kennedy Landscapes to come in and rescue their lawn, as well as lay a new Raj Blend patio.
On digging up the existing lawn, we soon found that the builders had buried the waste from the house right under the lawn! The amount of rubble made it impossible to rotavate, so we laid a brand new base of topsoil 100mm deep.
The customer also wanted a new patio area with a slope leading down to the grass instead of the existing steps. They asked for a traditional, natural lawn with some brand-new flower beds and we were very happy to oblige! The choice of Raj Blend sandstone slabs was chosen to complement the traditional design and surroundings. The natural stone paving works great within the project to add some subtle colours to the garden and the beautifully curved flower bed running along both sides allows plenty of room for planting!
Design. Transform. Enjoy.
Many landscapers don't possess the skills to achieve the standards that we insist upon. We are dedicated to delivering professional service and impressive results and will never compromise on the quality of the materials that we use or the time that we spend to complete your project.
A fabulous garden will enhance the value of your property and provide many years of enjoyment, making it an incredible investment, so it simply doesn’t make sense to cut corners.
We may not provide the lowest estimate that you will receive, but we promise that our work will represent the best value that you will find anywhere and the results will speak for themselves!
Contact Us to see how we can transform your garden!
What can I say about Scott and his team we had artificial grass down on the back garden they work really hard and I must say it looks very good very pleased I would definitely use them again — Peter Williamson