Stonework and paving

Springwood – Final photos of our recycled brick paving project which turned out really beautifully – those colours! A great new outdoor space. View the before photos to see the full transformation of the area.

Wentworth falls – this job involved a full clear-out of the back and side areas. Ekodeck decking and stairs framed and constructed, Bluestone steppers to each side and raised steppers to the top lawn area. New lawn and garden beds installed, separated by corten garden edging and feature corten pots within the planting design. Also sandstone retaining walls and some extra timber steps to the side of the house.

A huge transformation happened in Abbotsbury! We ripped everything out and levelled the area, travertine stepping stone pavers installed, created a custom timber screen and planted out the new gardens.

In Wentworth Falls, we excavated the old looonngg pathway and started again with roadbase sub layer and brick edging. We also tidied up some garden edges and re-paved underneath the arbour with brick pattern.

In Warrimoo it was a big event..constructing huge timber retaining walls down the sloping grassy hill to create some usable space. Also travertine paving pad to the back door, with stepping stones, custom timber staircase to access second level including sandstone crazy pave feature to treads, and also cut sandstone edging to corner the grass ramp down one side. And turf to finish!

In Winmalee, we cleared out a lot, built a stone retaining wall alongside the driveway and side of house, installed “crazy” sandstone paving and pebbles for pathway from the top of the driveway to front door,  turfed around the house, planted out the bush stone walls, and built a custom stone seat.

At Woodford, we built a block wall to corner of the garden and down the fenceline to act as planter box, turfed everywhere, travertine stepping stone pavers were installed with pebbles surrounding, and a firepit area created.

The Greenfield Park courtyard was all about creating street appeal – and did it what. The white pebbles and feature pots, with pavers to complete the entry made a huge difference.

Our Glendenning project involved constructing a new spotted gum timber deck,  creating a hardwood sun bed area, hardwood pool storage box, feature screening to the pool, paving, garden beds and edging, and garden lighting. With the white tiling around the pool already installed when we started, we had to make sure that these tiles were protected during the entire course of construction, and remained white on completion (they did!) – a classy back area overall.