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Marshalls Fairstone Sawn

We have decided to share a featured project that we have just added to our website. This project was carried out in the Dutton area of Cheshire and consisted of the installation of Marshalls Fairstone Sawn Paving, creating two patio areas. The second patio area was transformed using Marshalls Fairstone Setts to compliment the Sawn paving. The raised patio area was retained by Marshalls Tegula Wallingwhich perfectly complemented the Fairstone Sawn and Setts. Other products that we used included to Fairstone Step Kits which we have used as an edging stone on the raised patio. We also constructed steps, planters, drainage and a recessed manhole.

How did we get this job?

This job was a result of working for Sue Beesley the owner of a garden centre in Cheshire; on the RHS Show in Tatton Park. Sue went on to win a gold medal at the show as a result of her design and our help with the installation. Sue was so pleased with our installation that she invited us back to give her a quotation for a patio area in her garden centre. After agreeing the right price we then went on to transform her garden.

Before Transformation:This is what the garden looked like before we began our installation.

After Transformation:This is what the garden looked like after our hardworking team of paving installers carried out the transformation.

We would love to hear all of your comments and feedback about this project.

For more information please visit: Featured Project: Marshalls Fairstone Sawn

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