A Brand New Grey Sandstone Patio & Garden Wall Brings This Garden In Shoreham Back To Life
From a sloping, tired looking garden, to a brand new two level space!
For this project, we undertook a complete transformation! The old sloping garden was looking tired and a little worse for wear, so we refreshed the patio with some beautiful grey sandstone paving which features a range of light tones to help add a sense of space.
We also added some sandstone steps to lead up to the top level and from there, the space leads towards a garage and back gate with matching stepping stones across a brand-new and realistic artificial lawn.
Grey bricks work perfectly with the grey sandstone paving to bring the space together and the bi-fold doors of the home now open up onto a very usable space with plenty of room for garden furniture to entertain friends and family.
Design. Transform. Enjoy.
Video of the garden before work commenced
Video of the completed back garden project
The photos and video of the finished project speak for themselves!
We are so pleased to have transformed a difficult to use space into a brand new garden for the whole family!
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