Our clients in Lostwithiel wanted to update their conservatory by installing some beautiful Moreton Vintage Limestone Paving. Moreton Vintage Limestone is a creamy grey coloured stone.
After the retaining wall has been constructed we install a weed suppressant membrane at the rear of the wall. The clean stone is then poured directly behind the wall, this clean stone allows water to run through from the earth bank and down to the land drain below.
Ongoing works in the garden at Wych Elm see’s us constructing the main retaining wall structures. First we have to get the blocks from the front of the house down into the bottom of the rear garden using a 6 ton dumper.
Wych Elm is a newly built house in Bath where the emphasis was on design. This house has a huge amount of character which was clearly down to the owners who had a massive involvement with the project.
Everything Stone are Accredited Applicators and Authorised Dealers of all Dry Treat products. Tonight we pleased to be able to offer Dry Treat Stain Proof Training to some of our valued stone buyers, to enable them to seal all our natural stone products that they install for their clients.
We have finally had some lovely sunny days which has given us the chance to get out and add a major part to our outdoor display.
Limestone Linear Drainage Channel and Paving These Limestone Linear drainage channels were installed at the Old Rectory at Carbis Bay. We don’t just supply and install this type of limestone channel, we can also supply a huge range of bespoke channels in granite.
Our external displays are really coming together. We now have almost 30 paving displays for our customers to view. We have many more external stone landscaping products on display here at our showroom in Par.
We have recently won a contract, supplying slate signs to a Cornish based company. These slate signs will be sold to the consumer via John Lewis. We can supply a huge range of stone signs in slate or granite, ideal for house names, house numbers or commercially as business signs.
Time for the decorative aggregate! Before any gravel is laid, we first install a weed suppressant membrane, which you can see being laid in these photo’s. In our display we have picked four different types of decorative aggregate stone, they are Cotswold buff, Scottish pebbles, Plum slate and golden flint.