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More before and after shots!

In my last post I put up lots of progress pics from the recent job in Carlops.  This time, I’ve put together some more before and after images to show the amazing difference that a bit of stone work can make to landscape or garden.

Alva Glen – Queen’s Diamond Jubilee bench.

In this job we built a stone bench in a space beside a pond, where there was an old information board.  We used an existing large stone as the end piece of the bench at one end.  It fitted the space really well

The Alva Glen bench – before

The Alva Glen bench – after

Bathgate – free-standing wall

The client asked for stone from old field dykes on her Father’s farm to be recycled and rebuilt as a boundary wall outside of her home. The house was exposed to a busy road and the wall we built provided a barrier to the traffic as well as setting off the garden to good effect.

Bathgate wall – day 1

Bathgate – completed

Carlops – Retaining walls

In this job we built two terraces with high retaining walls to hold back the earth bank, with a staircase through the middle and a bench on one side.

A photo of a job before building bagan

A bit of a hole in the ground

The completed job.

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