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Landscaping Design Garden Warrington Cheshire

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This Landscaping design garden was carried out in the Dutton, Warrington area of Cheshire.

In this landscape garden design project we will be installing cedar decking along with cedar steps, handrails and cedar cladding for the facia; as the decking with consist of an upper level and lower level. We shall also be also building a cedar bridge to cross a small pond to the paving area.  We shall be also installing a retaining wall in front of the new fence to support the new patio and prevent the sloping land pushing against the new fence. The patio will sit on top of the retaining wall and we shall be also building raised planters. We will be installing drainage stone between the fence and the retaining wall.

The patio and path shall be installed using Marshalls Fairstone sawn paving to create a very modern contemporary feel.

We will be creating a new water feature which will be cascading down the slope from a small upper pond to a lower level pond with a rockery and rock steps to give another form of access to the lower level garden area.

To the left of the water feature, we shall be creating retaining walls to retain the middle terrace where the planting shall be.

The upper-level area by house shall be the lawn area in which the customer wants artificial turf.

 

 

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