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Queen Elizabeth Resin Bound Stone & Artificial Lawn Project

Queen Elizabeth Hospital Gateshead Resin Bound Stone & Artificial Lawn Project

The structure of the Resin bound stone project at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital

The way in which the structure at the Queen Elizabeth was set out for everything to be fitted was in a way that 36 mm length wonder yarn could be used along with barking in square patterns. It creates a scenic plant area which can be walked around along with a wall to prevent the grass from getting walked on. The wonder yarn in this scenario is placed for aesthetic pleasure along with the plants which are located around the grass. Due to the area where the grass and resin have been fitted, allows people to view the scenery from windows around the hospital. Furniture is able to go on the flooring to produce a new relaxing area for residents in the area to take a break. (more…)

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Indian Sandstone – A local job which was carried out

The job we carried out

We recently carried out a paving job with Indian Sandstone which was requested by the customer. 65m2 of the material was used to provide an exceptional finish which creates an extraordinary first impression when seeing where the paving is. The job was carried out with a step put in place to access the door with ease. the patterns which are aligned with the step make it more natural and more aesthetically pleasing. [gallery columns="5" size="full" ids="2905,2906,2904,2903,2902"]

About Indian Sandstone Paving

Indian Sandstone provides a rustic charm of a premium natural stone at an affordable price. This type of paving is easy to install and maintain with a consistent finish. There are multiple different colour combinations which are rare colours however it provides individuality to an individuals property. The three colours which are available for installation are grey multi, buff multi and brown multi. All of which look excellent when finished. The different shapes and sizes of the paving panels allow for ease of obstacle instruction when installing. This means the paving can be fitted around most fixed items. Another benefit of mixed shapes and sizes would be the natural atmosphere which is produced. The Indian Sandstone paving is very tough and durable therefore it is able to maintain the weight of any items placed on top of it. If fitted correctly then it is very rare that the paving will come loose and crack.

Customer reviews of the product

Although Indian Sandstone is old-style it will forever live within the industry due to how unique it can look and the atmosphere it creates. Many people believe that the end product is typically everything they can ask for with a rustic look. The paving fits well in different sizes and creates a tough stone floor that looks aesthetically pleasing at the same time. Moreover, it mixes well with different types of brickwork on different properties.

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Grey Porcelain, Drystack Walling & LazyLawn Trinity

Grey Porcelain, Drystack Walling & LazyLawn Trinity

Grey Porcelain, Drystack Walling & LazyLawn Trinity Project in Bishop Auckland

We laid this new artificial lawn for a property in the North East of England. The project involved us laying 80m2 of grey porcelain and 10m2 of grey dry stack walling with 28m2 of artificial grass, we used the LazyLawn brand of grass and their Trinity range. As you can see from the photographs the end result was stunning.   (more…)

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How to clean your patio

How to clean your patio

Cleaning your patio

Cleaning your patio is not a job that not many of us favour. It can require regular maintenance to stay I its top form, and despite how easy it can be to quickly brush over top keep the surface clear, the majority of dirt lies a little deeper and requires a more thorough clean. When a patio is exposed to moisture, it is not long before the build up of algae, moss or fungi shall begin to show. This dirt is nothing to worry about in early stages, although it may be a little slippy which may need extra caution, and it can be super easy to clean once you know how. (more…)

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Indian Sandstone Grey Patio Washington

Indian Sandstone Grey Patio Washington

Indian Sandstone Grey Patio Paving Washington

This project involved us laying 80m2 of Indian Sandstone Grey Multi paving stones for the patio and pathway areas along with 30m2 of edging block for a property in Washington. In addition we installed a new fence and laid a lovely tarmac driveway. As you can see from the photographs below the end result looked absolutely stunning. The new patio and pathways certainly added kerb appeal to this beautiful home. (more…)

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40m2 Brindle Block Paving Birtley

40m2 Brindle Block Paving Birtley

40m2 Brindle Block Paving Birtley & Bradstone Riven Paving For Rear Patio

This project in Birtley involved us laying 40m2 of Bridle block paving for a property in Birtley to the front of the property. To the rear we laid a beautiful patio area which also involved us laying 40m2 of Bradstone riven paving to the rear in Charcoal with Tobermore Charcoal Kerbs. [gallery size="full" ids="2790,2787,2786,2788,2793,2794"] (more…)

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Porcelain Paving Houghton le Spring

Porcelain Paving Houghton le Spring

Porcelain Paving in Houghton le Spring

Recent project in Houghton le Spring for Porcelain Paving. The project involved us laying 110m2 for the patio area and steps, we used Marshalls Porcelain paving for the quality of product and great guarantees. [gallery size="full" columns="4" ids="2749,2748,2747,2746"]

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Marshalls Firestone Buff Paving Hebburn

Marshalls Firestone Buff Paving Hebburn

Marshall's Firestone Buff Paving Hebburn

Recent project using Marshall's Firestone Buff paving and charcoal blocks to build the circular planters. We laid the paving and created three beautiful circular planters to add a feature to the paved area. A charcoal border was added to the paving to complement the planters.

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