Landscaping and design Churchtown
Landscaping and garden design in Churchtown, Dublin 14 was implemented by Aspects of Landscaping and divides the back garden into two sections. Our team also connected the grass area to the limestone patio by creating a stepping-stone path. The idea of this design was to create a relaxing environment away from the house in the sunniest part of the garden. Creating a sense of privacy was also a key element, which was achieved by erecting a wooden fence and growing hedges and climbers on the concrete wall.
This landscaping and design project consists of excavation of over 10 tons of soil and replacing it with compacted hardcore. The biggest challenge in this landscaping design project was to remove and bring all the materials through the house without any damage. Aspects of Landscaping team managed to move all the limestone paving slabs, mortar, hardcore, fencing panels, posts, decorative gravel, grass turf, excavated soil, green-waste and debris through the house with a minimum of disruption to the clients.
Aspects of Landscaping crew cut down a tree and dug up the stump from the spot where the entrance to the patio area was to be set up. Kota blue split limestone paving slabs were used to create the patio area. Clients also asked our team to make white terracotta tiles they brought from their holiday in Spain into the patio pattern.
This landscaping and design project consists also of flower beds, erecting fencing using solid timber pressure treated panels supported by wooden posts and set in the concrete. Aspects of Landscaping crew also designed edging for the patio area using cream sandstone tiles and Kota blue limestone stepping stones surrounded by decorative gravel.
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