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Our garden feel s a bit empty at the moment; we'd like to make it cosy.
The garden was on two levels, and to make it more accessible, we decided to create a slope. We started by identifying where the best position for the path. We freed the surface from debris. We installed some wooden borders for a neat finish; these also help soil from getting onto the paving. We laid the pavers by start at the bottom of the walkway and work our way up; we finished by spreading the sand.
To fill in the gap between the wooden borders and the paving we laid some gravel; this is to offer a natural finish, as well as being an excellent weed barrier.
We opted for real turf due to the size of the garden; being a small garden, real turf makes the outdoor space look beautiful and serene. This enhances the overall look of the garden, by complimenting plants and insect life.
Instead of making the garden looking like a stretch of green, we planted some shrubs and flowers around the newly installed lawn. As these grow, they will help creating a more welcoming space.
The creation of the pavilion contributes to the cosiness of the garden. We installed it so that the clients could still enjoy the view of their garden during cold and rainy days.
David has been with Cambridge Garden Landscaping for over two years. Never missing a day and working in a variety of roles David ensures sites stay clean and tidy, tradesmen get the equipment and materials they need, and that equipment stays in great condition.
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With over 20 years of building and landscaping experience, Stephen is our most experienced landscaper; and one of our hardest workers with a passion for slabs and raised beds
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Richard is our go to for anything and everything with wood; a qualified carpenter with 20 years experience, there is little he hasn't made over his years in the trade.
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