Here is the completed job with the shingle levelled on the surface
After the old driveway was removed we installed a new hard core sub base then used a whacker plate to make it a solid structure ready for the stone.
This is the start of the job, we used a concrete breaker to break up the existing driveway
This is the completed job, we laid the new indian sandstone slabs then used a pointing in compound to fill in the gaps and make it a solid structure.
This is the start of the job, we had to dig out the area then install a concrete sub base and build a brick edging along the grass verge, ready for the new indian sandstone
Here is the completed job, we installed the new concrete sub base then laid the new slabs
This is the start of the job, we had to dig out the area the put in a concrete sub base ready for the new patio slabs.
This is the completed job, we concreted 8 foot concrete posts 2 foot into the ground then slotted the 6 foot close board panels into the posts.
This is the completed job, We screwed the rails on then nailed the feather boards up.
Here we put concreted new posts into the ground then screwed the rails on ready for the feather edge boards.
These are double close boarded gates for entrance into driveway
Back view of the close boarded gates
This job was to place an artificial grass turf in the back garden to allow easy maintenance of and to keep the lawn looking good all year round, regardless of harsh winters, wet springs and dry summers. No need for the drawbacks associated with normal turf such as herbicides, pesticides, fungicides, and watering.
After the site was cleared and flattened, a thick layer compacted sharp was added. On top we laid weed free membrane to prevent any weed growth. When this was complete, we finally applied the artificial grass on top.