Landscape Design Gatley

by Mar 10, 2022Garden Design

Job:

Landscape Design Gatley

Client:

Residential

Location:

Cheshire

Date:

March, 2022

Brief Description of the job: 

A before and after from a recent project completed in Gatley. Here the team lifted a poorly laid sandstone patio and replaced with heritage stone grey porcelain with slate grey edgings. Re turfed and raised surrounding beds installed using slate grey pavers. Not to forgot the wrap around bullnose steps. If your thinking of transforming your garden no matter the size. Get in touch, we still have availability for this 2022.

Check out more work on our Facebook or view more Landscape Design Gatley projects

Contact us today for a free quotation

Tel: 01565 723 710

Mob: 07751 755 000

Email: mike@acornlandscapeservices.co.uk

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