There is paving to suit any budget from smooth, cool sophisticated paving for the modern town house to excellent reproduction paving for general purpose use. Today’s choice is endless covering a spectrum of textures, colours and uses for the modern look to the more traditional warm looking paving of reclaimed Yorkstone to the endless variety of natural Indian and Chinese Stone now widely available.

The correct choice of paving will be made in relation to the house style, surroundings, aspect, other material choices, its use and of course available budget.

For paving or any other landscaping enquiry please contact us to arrange for a site visit to discuss your requirements.

An extensive rear garden terrace refurbishment in reclaimed Yorkstone paving in Dippenhall, Farnham, Surrey. The original terrace had fallen into disrepair and become very unsafe to use.

The choice of traditional reclaimed English Yorkstone paving was important for this project to complement the house style and surroundings. Pathways were also laid in reclaimed Yorkstone paving leading you down into the garden and onto a pergola covered paved seating area.

Kota Brown limestone paving was the clients final choice for this FLB Square Edge paver edged circular terrace area in Fleet, Hampshire. Its subtle pastel shades complemented well with the timber decking and white house.

Fossil Mint Sandstone paving is used here in Cobham, Surrey through out this rear garden and continuing around the side of the house meeting up to the front driveway.

We were asked to lift and relay the previously poorly laid paving due to the use of incorrect falls and poor workmanship. A white pointing was used to match the old.

The remit given by this client in Sandhurst, Berkshire was to create both an area of front paving but that could also be used for a hardstanding for parking and withstand vehicular traffic due to its proximity to the narrow private road.

Mint sandstone cropped setts were proposed and used to great affect. Reinforced concrete bases were laid behind strong Marshalls Conservation Harvest Buff kerbs to with stand the weight of vehicular traffic and parked cars.

Natural stone paving and granite sett paved pathways were part of this landscaping project in Fleet, Hampshire.

The main terrace in Kota Brown Limestone paving and the pathway in 200x100x100mm cropped granite setts, creating a curved transitional path to the lawn. The bottom area of garden also in Kota Brown Limestone paving creating a practical area of use for the trampoline and seating area.

Paving was one part of this extensive landscaping project under an architect and main building contractor in Bramley, Surrey. Six sided sawn Yorkstone paving was used through out the garden as well as internally within the new house build.

Other works included extensive stone walling, brick and stone walls, steps and soft landscaping including turfing.