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"The quality of the work was first-rate, the attention to detail impressive and the advice wholly helpful - in all it was a painless and rewarding process." R. Goss

 

Bury St Edmunds

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Works consisted of removing all the hard paving, mature shrubbery and rose beds to create a chic but contemporary garden that could still have an English garden feel. We created a small decking area one side and mirrored it with a patio with the same dimensions the other, with a path running through the garden using Black Kadapha Limestone. 10 ton of top soil was used to create a new lawn area, and a picket fence at the front to create a small informal boundary with the roses from the previous beds resited behind.

     
   
     
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Barningham

   

This garden required quite major rejuvenation and working to the customers ideas and after some finer adjustments en route works.  This consisted of several days of pruning, a new closeboard fence along the rear boundary, new paths and small patios, some trellis work, a small ornamental pond, new raised vegetable beds and a lawn rejuvenation program.

     
     
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Barningham

   

Visited the customer  and made several subsequent visits back to the site as the customer was uncertain as to what they wanted as a paving that would brighten up the back end of the garden come rain or shine. A compromise between the customers drawing and mine.

     
     
Here are the finished photos:-    
     
     

Badwell Ash

   

The work for this customer consisted of creating a garden from scratch as the ground level rose from the house to a height of 2ft 6" at the back of the garden. There was no seating area, no where for children to run or play safely. The ground was above damp course in places. It needed a major input of thought and careful planning. The works started with the removal of 55 ton of gravel, clay and spoil and then carefully put back with 35 ton of paving, bricks, aggregates, soil and turf.

     
     
After 6 1/2 weeks of hard slog against the weather, flu and frosts, job finally done!  
   
Here are the finished photos:-  
     
     
     
   
     
As you can see having the different levels of a raised patio and beds, the walling really gives the garden width and depth now.

Another very satisfied customer, thank you.
     

Barningham

   

This job was for a complete rear garden including fencing, conifer removal, several patio areas with screen and new lawn area.

Initially visited the customer in July for a consultation to design the garden and go through some ideas. We came up with a design (as below) that would totally transform the rear garden incorporating the new conservatory.

     
     
When the works actually started there were a few alterations to be refined and works started.

Here are the finished photos...