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Marshalls Symphony Vitrified Paving Patio, Artificial Grass & Gazebo Widnes Cheshire

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After 18 Days
Date Completed: 19/05/2017

Symphony Vitrified Paving Patio, Artificial Grass & Gazebo

This project is to transform the whole rear garden to the low-maintenance and modern landscape. We started by removing all existing paving and excavating all patio areas to the required depth, We will then fill this area with MOT grade 1 and compact it to create sufficient foundations. The next stage is to install Marshalls Symphony Vitrified Paving, contemporary Design meet superb performance
High fidelity production provides all the advantages of the low maintenance paving with eye-catching elegance and contemporary designs that feature authentic patterns and textures.The vitrified process ensures reduced water absorption, less staining and easy cleaning underpinned with tough long lasting performance.

We will also be installing the symphony vitrified paving to create tile up stand and coping. This patio will also include the installation of a linear drainage system to prevent any flooding.

Finally, we will be installing artificial grass and a contemporary screening to existing fence around rear elevation fence.

The design of this paving project is to create a contemporary garden including gazebo feature.

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Abel Landscapes were absolutely brilliant from start to finish. We were given advice by Darren Moss on the best layout for our garden, which included plans for areas we had not even considered. The workforce were so professional and never stopped working for a minute. They cleared up after themselves and left everywhere spick and span. I would thoroughly recommend them.

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