This article is full of tips and ideas to help encourage wildlife into your garden, as their countryside’s are slowing disappearing due to construction of roads and new houses, its becoming vital we help create new habitants for our wildlife.
Added by Chaffin Fencing on November 1, 2011 at 16:14 — No Comments
Chaffin Fencing is based in the heart of East Sussex, at our yard just north of Polegate and outside Eastbourne. From this location we provide a comprehensive range of fencing services covering the whole of Sussex, including residential fencing, commercial fencing and agricultural fencing.
In addition to providing a wide range of residential fencing options for homeowners, we also work closely with businesses, property developers, local authorities and the Highways Agency, fulfilling…Continue
Added by Chaffin Fencing on November 1, 2011 at 16:00 — No Comments
The Garden Design Academy began by providing training to garden designers and by assisting home gardeners to design their own gardens. I started offering these in the UK from our offices in Hertfordshire and when we moved to France they took on a whole new lease of life.
The small selection of…Continue
Added by Colin Elliott on October 29, 2011 at 15:31 — No Comments
Barry also had a harness for supporting chainsaws or anything heavy. Cambridge Filmworks were looking at it with interest to use with their boom…Continue
Added by carol miers on October 29, 2011 at 12:00 — No Comments
Information rich designs from www.md-signs.co.uk
As a garden designer I am always striving to give my customers the garden of their dreams and MD Signs of Barton upon Humber have given me a fantastic way to show my customers just what I have in store for them.
Using the very latest in printing technology a jpeg or pdf format drawing can be printed in high resolution, full colour or as a line drawing and can include…Continue
Added by John Cavill on October 27, 2011 at 17:20 — No Comments
As well as your time and effort, what else can you sell to your customers?
I firmly believe that the secret to success is to be passionate and knowledgeable about what you do.
Unfortunately that isn't the easy part.
Your customers need to know how much you know, and they need to depend and trust in you to get them the right solutions for their garden.
Think about all the extras you need for a garden to make it really good,…Continue
Added by Claire Brown on October 26, 2011 at 22:56 — No Comments
I posted a blog about this garden 6 weeks ago, and since then the build has continued well. Saying that, I think all builds go through phases when they seem to be taking shape really fast, and others when you wonder if it will ever be finished, and I get the feeling that just now the energy on-site has faded slightly, and they're not yet at that stage when they're so close to finishing that it gets exciting again. Clients get tired of living surrounded by builders and mess, and just want it…Continue
How often have you seen a tarmac sports surface, at a school or perhaps in a park, looking redundant through lack of care and maintenance? A bit tired and faded where vibrant lines once marked out netball and tennis courts? Suffering from excess moss caused by the shade of overhanging trees? Even if it’s just once, that’s one too many times as far as Technical Surfaces, the UK’s leading artificial surface maintenance providers, is concerned. But such surfaces need not remain…Continue
Added by Chris Bassett on October 20, 2011 at 16:02 — No Comments
Wood BlocX Helps Create Some “Grand Designs!”
Last weekend (Oct 7-9th) was the Grand Designs Show held at the NEC in Birmingham and Wood BlocX took a starring role, featuring in the amazing show gardens on display there.
This years’ show was a busy as ever with over 70,000 visitors passing through and 500 exhibitors…
Added by WoodBlocX on October 19, 2011 at 11:58 — No Comments
Abel Landscaping Liverpool
In this blog we wanted to show you a variety of block paving driveways we have carried out using Marshalls products. As a Marshalls Registered contractor we believe that these products are long…Continue
Added by Abel Landscaping (Liverpool) on October 18, 2011 at 10:52 — No Comments
Added by Rose Lennard on October 14, 2011 at 20:27 — No Comments
For many years resin bound surfacing has been the choice for historic sites and country houses ,because of its hard wearing nature, its lack of loose stones and its distinctive gravel texture.
It is now making its mark in the urban landscape,as councils ,schools and public bodies are tightening their spending belts,resin surfacing is becomming more popular,its maintenace friendly nature and the fact that mechanical sweepers can keep it clean appeals to specifiers and decision…Continue
Added by Peak surfacing ltd. on October 12, 2011 at 19:23 — No Comments
Developed for tough working applications and packed with advanced features for ease of use, Pellenc’s new Excelion brushcutter, distributed in the UK by Etesia UK, is the ideal maintenance tool for professional landscapers and contractors.
Added by Chris Bassett on October 12, 2011 at 14:03 — No Comments
Ayegardening offers winter gritting and snow clearing services to domestic and commercial customers in the Crawley and Horsham areas. We use mechanised and manual…Continue
Hi there for those who don’t know me, I’m Dave Jessop, Operations Manager for The Marshalls Register. In light of Marshalls attending the Creating Landscapes show in a couple of weeks I thought I’d pull together some background information regarding the Marshalls Register that may help some contractors gain a better understanding of the benefits. …Continue
Many people don’t bother to look at maximising security
measures for their home and garden until something happens, but there are many
simple things that we can do to make our home secure and it is one thing that
we already have that can be extremely helpful, our garden fence. When looking
to make your garden more secure, garden fencing provides you with something that
can be both practical and attractive. It can serve its purpose, acting as a
deterrent, but can also…
Added by Mark Johnson on October 11, 2011 at 11:00 — No Comments
Many of us simply see our garden fence as a divide
between us and our neighbours, a marker that sets out what is ours from what is
theirs, or as protection from unwanted animals or intruders. The truth is that
they do not have to just serve a purpose. Instead they can be used to decorate
your garden and can also be used in a number of other interesting ways.
Garden fencing may well be there in order to give you privacy and as a
security measure, but that doesn’t…
Added by Mark Johnson on October 11, 2011 at 9:30 — No Comments
we have had an amazing response with bookings from over 60 contractors, designers and landscape architects all booked on within 9 days of organising this presentation
This will be a great evening, with valuable contacts from the North West and surrounding areas, even from as far as Lincolnshire !attending , we only have a few limited places available now , so if you are…Continue
Added by Diane McCulloch on October 10, 2011 at 20:07 — No Comments
East midlands garden design firm Lush Landscape & Garden Design have launched a brand new service, providing home owners with bespoke garden design plans at credit-crunch friendly prices.
"With the housing market uncertain and interest rates low, many homeowners are doing up, rather than selling up," explains Lush Landscape & Garden Design managing director Anna Barker. "As a result we've seen a large upturn in demand for garden plans this year."
Added by Keith Barker on October 9, 2011 at 16:03 — No Comments