Indian Sandstone Patio Paving Liverpool

Natural sandstone patio installation in Liverpool undertaken by Dempsey Landscaping.

 

Before work commenced

 

Mot type 1 crushed stone sub base laid and compacted

 

Paving laid on full bed of mortar and coated with sbr/cement slurry

 

Main body of paving completed

 

Natural sandstone setts in 3 sizes laid as border to paving

 

Completed patio

Call Dempsey for paving and patios built to last in Liverpool, Merseyside and surrounding areas.

DEMPSEY

Tel: 0151 724 5245

www.landscapingbydempsey.co.uk/indian-sandstone-patio-liverpool/

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  • cracking work there ash i dont put the 290x290 in i cut them for bands saves putting two together well tidy pointing cheers cookie

  • Cheers Cookie. Thanks for the tip on the 290s

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