Tuesday, 27 September 2011

fencing and patio completed

 Here are pictures of the completed works. Fencing, patio, pathway and landscaping. Some pictures show works during and some after cleaning. The soil areas are to be seeded by the client at a later date.

 as you can notice by the darker pointing there is a recessed drain cover which allows access to the drain shown in the earlier post whilst blending in with the patio.

right at the end of the job after washing everywhere down we installed new shingle to the drive to give it the fresh clean look after we had left.

Monday, 26 September 2011

soap suds and drains

Drains blocked with soap suds from the sink and washing machine, fence posts in, patio done, garden to level and then its time to slot the panels in and tidy up. Remember to rinse your sink and pipework through at regular times to avoid blockages like this client had.

name that tree in one!

 whilst picking up aggregate in the storms the other week, I noticed this tree sat "all alone"
we watched the wind sway this tree in the grounds where we have just finished the roof etc and it was !should i stay or should I go"
two great tunes but from who?

Monday, 19 September 2011

time to catchup

in the next few days i will update the schedule of works and pictures of what we have done and are doing. so keep your eyes on the posts.

Thursday, 1 September 2011

Advertising campaign start and news

Tomorrow sees the start of the new advertising campaign starting in kings lynn Homebase. Two years advertising at a very reasonable rate, take the leaflets and hand them around, a generous finders fee will be given to any works secured from a personal recommendation or leaflet hand out. What have you to lose? Just been going through the local details from the English castles along the Scottish border its like having a living history lesson and both myself and the children have experienced some excitable times that we never expected. Union bridge being one of them! Such a buzz jumping backwards and forwards across the English/Scottish border and then driving over a bridge that moves when you walk over it let alone drive over it. The bollards that allow you on and off the bridge are only just wide enough to let the golf on, so with a long way down into a big river it was better than any roller coaster. The countryside is outstanding here with long sandy beaches and buildings built from large sandstone blocks which i struggle to see how they were lifted by any bricky. Anyway back to the patio and fence on monday!