We are now ready to start constructing the decking sub-frame around the swimming pool at the bottom of the garden. Not exactly easy access on this project, so we decide to cut the bulk of the frame to the correct lengths at the front of the house.
Customers managed to salvage two Bathstone gate posts when the previous house was demolished. We excavated the gate post holes to the correct depth and lowered the gate posts into position using a swing shovel and strops.
Our clients in Porth, Newquay chose Pearl Slate Paving for their new patio. We spent just over a week laying this slate patio.
We have built many different types of retaining walls over the years. On this project the two Ryans are just starting to build a simple block built retaining wall.
We carry out many different types of fabrication works at Everything and here we showcase some slate coping stones that we installed on a balcony at a project in Salcombe, Devon.
As well as carrying out landscaping works in the garden at Wych Elm, we are also constructing the drive. First we need to excavate footing trenches for the retaining walls. While we commence with the installation of the retaining wall, we need to install gate posts.
The next stage of work at Wych Elm is in the garden. We are installing two retaining walls, one to retain a steep slope leading down to the swimming pool and another to retain a patio on the East terrace.
We recently supplied and installed this sandstone paving at the Carbis Bay Hotel near St Ives in Cornwall. This type of sandstone paving comes in different colours, sizes & thicknesses. We have natural stone paving displays at our showroom in Par, near St Austell in Cornwall.
A resident of Fowey asked us to install his Armilliary Sundial. Our specialist team chose the best position, dug up and replaced the ground with a reinforced concrete base then clad it with calibrated Brazilian Slate. The Sundial was then installed securely on top.
We designed, supplied and installed all the limestone products that you can see in the photo’s below: The clients found it difficult to visualize the completed Jacuzzi area which then lead to difficulty choosing the stone types for the various aspects of the areas surrounding the Jacuzzi.