• Stable Barrow

    Gardens can at times get a little bit out of hand and maintenance is needed to ensure it looks good all year round. There are many different features that can make a garden really stand out, whether it’s a vibrant lawn, desirable furniture or even the latest gardening techniques. Landscapers are experts when it comes to getting the most out of an outdoor space; they can incorporate themes, open out spaces, and create different areas for different purposes. Seating areas can give people a place to relax, while lawns and flowered borders can be nice additions for enthusiastic gardeners. Transitions into houses, garages and other garden areas are also important, including pathways, patios, doors and steps are always important aspects.

    Enhancing Security and Elegance: Exploring Driveway Gates

    Posted on October 26, 2023 at 1:15 pm

    Driveway gates, those stately sentinels standing at the threshold of our homes, serve a dual purpose: they protect our property while adding an elegant touch to our surroundings. In this article, we’ll delve into the world of driveway gates, exploring their benefits, types, and factors to consider when choosing the right one for your property. The Many Benefits of Driveway Gates Security is perhaps the foremost reason for installing driveway gates. These gates act as a barrier, deterring unwanted intruders and ensuring the safety of your home and loved ones. The physical presence of a gate alone can discourage potential trespassers, making it an essential element of any home security plan. Additionally, driveway gates can enhance privacy. By preventing uninvited visitors from entering your property, they give you peace of... Read More »

    Creating a Sustainable Garden: Tips and Tricks for Eco-Friendly Landscaping

    Posted on July 1, 2023 at 2:32 pm

    One of the most important tips for eco-friendly landscaping is to select native plants and grasses that are well adapted to your climate. Native species not only require less water and fertilizer, but they also provide shelter and food sources for beneficial insects, birds, and animals. You can find out which plants are best suited to your local area by doing research online or consulting with a local nursery or garden centre. Incorporating compost into the soil is another effective way to keep your garden sustainable. Compost improves soil fertility while reducing the need for chemicals like fertilizers which can be damaging to the environment. It’s easy to make compost in your own backyard using kitchen scraps, leaves, grass clippings, and other organic materials. Be sure to keep your compost... Read More »

    Exploring the Different Types of Aluminium Gates for Your Home Entrance

    Posted on June 29, 2023 at 12:59 pm

    Aluminium gates are one of the most popular types of gate for a home entrance. They offer a great mix of durability and elegance, at an affordable price point. Aluminium gates come in a wide variety of designs to fit any style of home or garden. There are two main types of aluminium gate: panel and picket. Panel gates have solid panels that are connected by metal posts, giving them an imposing look that provides security and privacy. The material is usually powder-coated for added protection against the elements, while designs can range from traditional to contemporary, depending on your tastes. Panel gates provide excellent insulation properties too; they help keep your energy bills down in winter by blocking out cold drafts and trapping heat inside the house. Picket gates,... Read More »

    Creating a Lush Landscape: The Benefits of Shade Tolerant Turf and How to Install It

    Posted on June 15, 2023 at 2:25 pm

    Installing shade tolerant turf is an excellent way to ensure that your landscape looks lush and green, no matter how much sun it gets. Not only does it thrive in shady conditions, but it also requires less maintenance than regular grass. It’s a great choice for people who don’t have the time or resources to dedicate to keeping their lawns looking perfect. Here are some tips on how to install and care for shade tolerant turf: Choose the right type of grass – There are a few different varieties of shade tolerant turf available, so be sure to research which one will work best in your yard and climate. Some common types include fescue, bluegrass and ryegrass. Prep the soil – Before planting your turf, be sure to prep the... Read More »

    The Benefits of Artificial Turf: Pros and Cons of Installing Synthetic Grass in Your Garden

    Posted on June 1, 2023 at 2:30 pm

    The grass is always greener with artificial turf. Artificial turf has become increasingly popular in recent years due to its low maintenance, long lifespan, and cost-effectiveness. It’s the perfect choice for homeowners who want a lush green lawn without all of the hassle that comes along with traditional grass lawns. In addition to being easy to maintain and financially viable, installing artificial turf can also help reduce water consumption by up to 70%. This is great news for those living in areas where water supplies are limited or in drought conditions. Furthermore, synthetic turf does not require any fertilizers or herbicides like natural lawns do, so it’s a much better choice for the environment. One downside of using artificial turf is that it can become hot in direct sunlight and... Read More »

    Its time to tidy up the garden

    Posted on October 14, 2022 at 8:46 pm

    For the majority of people who have a garden, autumn is the time when it can start to look untidy as summer plants become faded and past their best and shrubs need a good pruning. If the weather is still dry then it is a good idea to get the jobs done in the garden before the winter arrives when it is harder to motivate ourselves to move outdoors. The first task is to remove any plants that have died or have become overgrown. It can be tempting to think that perhaps they will come back next year but apart from hardy geraniums the majority of bedding plants will not survive the winter and if they do they will take a long time to flower so be ruthless and clear... Read More »

    Create a stunning display of succulents in your garden

    Posted on June 23, 2022 at 4:01 pm

    Succulents can add a wonderful touch of the tropical to any garden whether in pots or rockeries and are very easy to grow and care for. They can be grown as an indoor plant or as an outdoor plant on a sunny patio. Choosing the right pot for your succulents will depend on the size of the plant and whether you want just one specimen plant in the pot or whether you want a few plants that complement each other in one shallow pot. Once planted, it is good to top the soil with fine gravel as this will make an impressive display and show off the succulent more effectively. Succulents come in a variety of colours, shapes and sizes and can create a wonderful display on a rockery in... Read More »

    Does your lawn need attention?

    Posted on May 31, 2022 at 6:55 am

    During the autumn and winter months we often forget about our lawns but when spring arrives and we start to spend more time in our gardens, we realise that the lawn desperately needs some attention. Weeds such as buttercups and plantains sprout up in the middle of the lawn and prevent the grass from growing in those areas or the lawn is overtaken by moss which again kills off the turf. There are many products available that proport to bring your grassed area back to a lush, green lawn but take care as some products kill off the moss leaving blackened areas on the lawn which need to be removed by scarifying. Although these treatments have something in them which should encourage the grass to grow, it can take a... Read More »

    How can I make my garden more low maintenance?

    Posted on April 25, 2022 at 9:48 pm

    Lots of people enjoy having a nice outdoor space to enjoy, especially as the weather starts to get warmer. However, with most people working many hours throughout the day it can be hard to find the time to put into maintaining your garden. So, how can you make the most of limited time and make your garden as low maintenance as possible? Large flower beds can take quite a lot of upkeep as you’ll get weeds growing in between your flowers and the soil needs to be regularly turned over and aerated to keep your plants growing well. An easier alternative would be plants in pots instead. These can be easily maintained and moved around to suit your outdoor space. Area’s of grass can be easily tidied up if you... Read More »

    Easy ways to declutter your garden shed

    Posted on February 22, 2022 at 11:15 pm

    Many of us cleared up our gardens before winter and probably the majority of garden items were put into the garden shed but if you cannot now get into the shed because it is so cluttered it may be time to think about giving it a declutter. It is better to wait until a dry day to tackle this task as the first thing to do is to completely empty the shed. It is possible then to see the items and be able to decide whether there is anything that is no longer needed. A good idea is to make three piles, things to keep, things that are broken and need mending or throwing away and things that are no longer needed and can be donated to a charity shop... Read More »
  • Glass Veranda

    If you regularly spend time outdoors throughout the year then you will find that a glass veranda is the ideal choice for you. Helps keep you dry so you can continue to entertain guests or relax in the garden in sun or rain.

  • Automatic Gates

    Automatic Swing Gates can be a lot more useful in your home than a regular gate, allowing quick and easy entry into your property, providing you have the access code.

  • Garage Doors

    When looking for the appropriate garage door, Hormann Sectional Doors may prove to be a great option for you. They are known for their high level of performance and reliability among all doors.  


  • What are Autumn Bulbs?

    For those who’ve only just recently started using bulbs to produce their own flowers, some of the terms can be a bit confusing. Autumn bulbs are one example of this, in that they are also known as early spring-flowering bulbs, because you plant them during autumn but grow into flowers during early spring.
  • Purchasing Firewood Supplies

    It can be tricky to find and purchase the types of wood you’d like to have for firewood, but by looking for a firewood supplier online you will be able to choose any variety of wood you want.

  • Wooden Gates for your Garden

    When homeowners are trying to decide upon what type of garden gate they want, they usually have just a couple of priorities in their decision; low cost and providing security and privacy. Cheap wooden gates are a lot lower in price than metal gates, and generally their design can provide better privacy too.
  • Metal railings

    Want additional strength and height on your boundary fencing? Looking for a railing that will last? Metal railings will have you covered, standing the test of time in any weather condition and offering additional security where needed. Metal railings come in a classic wrought iron style, so additional security can be more aesthetically pleasing than you might have realised.