West Lothian – gateway dry stone walls and carved house name
Most of my dry stone jobs involve me driving a fair distance. I have recently been working on a big project on and off for a big chunk of 2020 in Perth: an hour up the M90 motorway.
I was delighted when I got the call to discuss a project in my own town of Livingston – it involved a whole 12 minute commute!
The project involved building two dry stone walls – one curved and one straight to form a new entrance way. We used Alston stone from Cumbria. The house name carving was by Josephine Crossland.
The stone was supplied by Border Aggregates in Kelso.
We are absolutely delighted with our curved wall to the front of our property. Jason’s attention to detail and craftsmanship is exceptional and it is evident he takes such pride in his work creating a high quality piece of art. It was fascinating to watch his workmanship and amazing skillset to produce such a stunning end result. We are really pleased with the quality of the wall. The Cohens
You can see more examples of garden landscaping works on the projects page.