Stone: STILL my choice for a hard-wearing surface with character that improves with time.
Brick: Extremely versatile, bricks can be laid in simple straight lines or the most intricate patterns.
Granite setts: Robust and solid, these give a sense of permanence. They are particularly effective laid in spirals or linking concentric circles.
Decking: Great decking all year round.
Gravel: Gravel is relatively cheap and goes down in seconds. Many types are available, including granite, marble and coloured gravels.
Galvanised metal: Clean, simple and pale in colour, the reflective qualities increase the amount of light in the garden.
Concrete: Often used as a cheap alternative to stone – because it can be fashioned into the most convincing stone-substitute slabs and brick-effect paviours – concrete is under-used in its own right.
Glass: Glass chippings, beads and marbles are the hot thing across the Atlantic. They are particularly good in sunny gardens, where the chippings can glisten in the sunlight.
We fully understand the need of coordination of job sites and maintaining strong partnerships with subcontractors to be able to deliver quality projects within the stipulated time and on a budget.
Our team ensures good relationships with subcontractors and other partners and work hard to maintain cooperation and mutual respect on all projects so that they are on schedule.