Natural Stone.

 

We lay all different types of stone as seen below. Ranging from rockery stone walling to cropped stone walling then flint and natural stone cladding (TIER)

Perbec Rockery Stone Walling.

Here we have demolished and saved the stone from an exsisting wall, added to it and re-built it in a new shape on new footings and with mortar joints adding the steps to give access to the lower part of the garden.

Flint Panels.

Here we have used knapped flint panels in a retaining garden wall.

Cropped Purbeck Stone.

Here we have used cropped purbeck stone walling to build a dwarf wall around a new pond.

TIER Stone Panelling
White.

Here we removed render and replaced it with the stone cladding.

Tier is a real stone panelling system specifically designed to create a distinctive, natural stone finish wherever it's used.

Tier Stone panelling on display at Sydenhams Totton.

Country Ledgestone

This is Boral Country Ledgestone, we used it to clad internal and external parts of a timber frame building. This was done while I spent some time in Canada working with a relative.

We see ourselves as an experienced team working with other specialist tradesmen so we can offer you exceptional and practical advice and expertise in our individual fields this way we can provide truly complete services from the architectural design to the build and finished product.

 

A lot of our work comes by recommendation from customers not only satisfied with the quality of work, but also our friendly professional approach.

Est:2005 P. D. Brickwork

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