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Local Landscaping Firm Scoop Their Fifteenth Award

Local landscaping firm Aura Landscapes have proved they really are the best in their field, after winning three awards at the Regional Marshalls Register Awards, taking their award total to fifteen.

Leading hard landscaping manufacturer Marshalls plc

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Driveway Extension using Marshalls Cobbletech

Today we are starting a new project in the Netherton area of Liverpool. The customer has requested that we extend her already existing tarmac driveway as she is currently stepping out of her car onto the

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We undertake Permeable block paving, hard landscaping, soft landscaping, driveways, patios, pathways, gardens, using Tobermore products in Exeter Devon. 

 

THIS PROJECT IS UNDER PERMEABLE DRIVEWAY CONSTRUCTION, CLICK HERE TO VIEW DAY 7-9 IMAGES.

Day 10

Permeable block paving contractor

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Marshalls Argent Driveway

Goostrey - Cheshire

Take a look at our Marshalls Argent driveway project that was carried out in the Goostrey area of Cheshire CH48. The product the customer has chosen is the Marshalls Drivesett Argent Dark block paving with

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A blog about Block paving, hard landscaping, driveway, patio, driveways, patios, pathways, garden, landscaper, Tobermore, Devon

THIS PROJECT IS UNDER CONSTRUCTION, CLICK HERE TO VIEW DAYS 15-17  IMAGES.

Day 18

Block paving preparation

The preparation to install the block paving

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Cobbletech Driveway Chester

This Marshalls Cobbletech Driveway was installed in Chester. The colour we have installed is canvas colour with a Marshalls Argent Graphite border. The customer needed a disability access ramp for a wheelchair to have easy

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we are about to open our first trade counter based in sheffield, designed to supply wet and dry gravels,slates pebbles,paving sealers and joint compounds to the landscape contractors in the region.

the trade counter is designed to help the small lands

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Marshalls Cobbletech Driveway

 

The Marshalls Cobbletech paving system is proving popular with our customers. Many people are interested in this new product as it looks fantastic when laid.

 

We are now on our second cobbletech driveway which is being c

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We have just added a new design portfolio to our website to encourage potential customers to have their ideas discussed and a design drawn up before commencing any work.

Most of our designs are hand drawn but as Marshalls Register installers we also h

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We carried out a substantial new build front garden in early 2004 in Whetstone North West London for a semi-retired couple on behalf of a fantastic designer Paul Collins who is sadly no longer with us and the results of his excellent design and the l

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A recent school grounds seminar held at Charterhouse in Surrey has been hailed a huge success by all who attended.

The event attracted over 50 delegates from all levels as several topical issues were explored and discussed. Supported by…

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Ed Fox posted a discussion
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Marc Burley and JMSAutoGates joined Landscape Juice Network
20 minutes ago
Liam Wetherall replied to Adam Woods's discussion Killing crocus bulbs
"The most successful way to get them out is to use a hand spade and dig at least six inches wider than the bulb and to dig deep enough to get all the roots.
Weed killers can kill crocuses but but with water levels high it would be more resistant to i…"
2 hours ago
Liam Wetherall replied to Millie Smith's discussion What to do with an oversized Cherry Laurel?
"Like many gardeners I am not a fan of cherry laurels but if your client wishes to keep them, the best time for pruning to ensure flowers is immediately after the flowers have faded. If your main concern is to have the Laurel as an evergreen screen o…"
3 hours ago
Fusion Media posted a blog post
Redesigned from the ground up, the new ICL Turf & Landscape Product Guide includes an up-to-date listing of products and an abundance of useful information for those who manage turf and amenity areas.The Product Guide consists of sections on key pro…
5 hours ago
Peter sellers replied to Richard's discussion Grass cutting business.
"Richard, To address a few points in your reply to me and to you by others. I'm in agreement with others on the size of mower, a 41cm is too small, if you are asked to quote for a largish lawn and the competition is also asked to quote and they have…"
5 hours ago
Chris & Heather McAlpine replied to Craig Flatters's discussion I was hoping to start mowing next week.
"We've mowed a couple here in Warrington but many of our regulars are on clay and are too wet.  They do need cutting but are just too boggy.  Plenty of other work in the gardens though so still very busy."
16 hours ago
PAUL replied to Richard's discussion Grass cutting business.
"I have to disagree with some of the posts ... I started with a 48cm then upgraded to a run of 53cm (Hayter's, Toro's & Honda's) over many years, but needed something smaller and lighter for a couple of awkward access lawns a few years back, so bough…"
16 hours ago
Sean Clarke replied to Richard's discussion Grass cutting business.
"£25 should be your minimum for even the smallest of lawns. Don't go down the £10/£15 route, you'll never make any money and you'll regret saying those prices!"
17 hours ago
A. Latta posted a discussion
I'm quoting to replace a patio. With all the winter wet there hs appeared a 'spring' at the foot of some steps, the area is cut into quite a long slope. Is the answer to lay some sort of permeable pipe along the foot of the retaining wall either bel…
17 hours ago
Jack Chapman replied to Craig Flatters's discussion I was hoping to start mowing next week.
"I'm mowing tomorrow and Friday supposedly... 'Heavy snow showers' being the mornings forecast and rain within every day thereafter. Need to get some grass off for sure so they can dry out at some point."
18 hours ago
Andrew Watts replied to Richard's discussion Grass cutting business.
"Ditto Dan's comments re getting a 41 as your main mower. Don't it's too small. If you buy that, within a few months you'll either be (a) restricting yourself to very small lawns or (b) looking for a 53cm or 56cm mower as an addition. I started with…"
18 hours ago
Dan Frazer Gardening replied to Richard's discussion Grass cutting business.
"Please don't get a 41cm mower if you want to be efficient. A 48 as a minimum, 53 is better (I do lots of tiny lawns with one and it's so easy and quick). "
18 hours ago
Richard replied to Richard's discussion Grass cutting business.
"Hi Peter thanks for your advice. I've got my heart set on the hayter pro 41 and have read about the improvements which sound perfect for me so think I'll go down that route, I've looked on eBay and some mowers look great but obviously don't know wha…"
19 hours ago
Sean Payne replied to Craig Flatters's discussion I was hoping to start mowing next week.
"Same here in Leigh/Stockport. Not too bothered as been mental busy with other works "
20 hours ago
Graham Taylor replied to Craig Flatters's discussion I was hoping to start mowing next week.
"Just put your feet up and enjoy the break................it goes far to quickly for me.........  you'll be going flat-out in a few weeks. "
21 hours ago
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