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We are very pleased with our new patio,

lawn and fencing. We found Steve and his

team to be professional, reliable and

honest. Our new garden is excellent and

exceeded our expectations. We would

certainly use again and recommend S W


Customer in Staines

Polite, on time, pleasant staff, outcome of

work done very good.

Customer in Ashford,

Customer in Shepperton


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Natural stone makes beautiful patios and pathways,

every piece is unique and it's incredibly strong and

hard-wearing. York stone is traditionally the most

popular in the UK, but in recent times Indian


has become much more affordable. Available as

natural stone or polished natural stone which has a

predominantly smooth surface with matt finish,

natural stone will enhance any property

Another benefit of choosing natural stone is that it

doesn't weather like concrete does, retaining its

striking beauty.

Paving Slabs

Concrete flag paving is available in traditional riven

and modern textured paving finishes in a wide range

of colours to suit any garden. Traditionally the most

economical way to pave your patio, here are some

samples of colours and styles:

Block Paving

Block paving has become the most popular choice for

driveways and patios and as such prices have reduced

to a level making this type of paving very affordable.

Block paving can be used anywhere. They look great

on drives, paths and patios, with a huge range of

colours and laying patterns to suit your property

style. The quality of sub base is essential to

achieving permanence.


For expert advice call SW Block Paving on 01784

450 502, professional installers of block paving that

will enhance any property.

Garden Paths

Many materials can be used for garden paths such as

block paving, natural stone, tarmac and gravel, Once

the path has been mapped out you need to consider

whether an edging restraint is required.


If you choose loose stone an edging helps to keep

the gravel on the path and off the beds, whilst

providing a nice finishing touch to your garden.

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