We all know that decking areas within out gardens are great places to relax and entertain. However, we also know how our British weather can take its toll, and decking often needs a bit of looking after. Luckily there are a lot of things you can do to take care of it. Continue reading Cleaning, Painting and Caring for your Decking
Whether you are planning on having a complex landscaping project, or just a simple revamp, the careful design of your garden will quickly turn an underused space into something you can be proud of. Having a landscape you are proud of will result in years of enjoyment, along with enhancing the overall appearance of your property and often adding to its market value.
Gardens are not just for enjoying the wildlife and socialising, they are also an area which many disabled people long to be able to enjoy. It is often a shame that a lot of gardens are not laid out to accommodate those with varying needs.
Whether you’re landscaping your back garden or your business’ lawns and courtyards, there’s no better addition than a deciduous tree. Their leaves might fall in winter, but these trees are beautiful year-round.
Pools are a fun addition to any domestic (or commercial) landscape, and there are a wide variety of material types available. We’ve covered just a few, so be sure to research the best one for your landscape. Outdoor pools shouldn’t require planning permission unless the house is listed or in a Designated Area, and running costs are usually between £500 to £1000 per year. Make sure your pool installer is a member of the Swimming Pool and Allies Trade Association before you embark upon the building stages and most of all remember to enjoy your new pool!