- Artificial/Instant Turf
- Deckings & Boardwalks
- Design & Construction
- Dingo Service
- Feature Screens
- Retaining Walls & Rock
- Water Features & Ponds
Design & Construction
Just like buying a house or a car, the same amount of preparation should be given to creating your garden. After all, you’re the one who has to look at it every day and why not love what you see? But if it all becomes too confusing and you don’t know where to begin, then start with a design!
A proper design will not only include careful plant selection, but will also incorporate your wants and needs in a precise and easy to read layout. Everything from soils, to irrigation systems, pavers, plants and dimensions will be specified in plain English and tailored according to your budget.
With over 10 years of design and industry experience, Adrian’s helped home-owners turn their ideas into living solutions. Simply by listening to the client and evaluating their needs, within a few meetings the gardens have drawn themselves. It’s a painless exercise that can achieve amazing results and a lifetime of enjoyment.
It’s the one question i get asked more than any other, “What’s better, real or fake grass”? And there’s no right answer as there’s many factors to be considered like lifestyle, children, pets, etc.
Artificial grass is one of the largest markets and grown in popularity from home buyers to sporting grounds, schools and child care centers, such is it’s versatility, longevity, and no maintenance. Although it’s the pricier option, it’s come a long way from being the turquoise colour that didn’t even look like grass, to the ever popular two-tone grass, low pile that’s so realistic people often touch it to see if it’s fake.
For those who aren’t completely sold on artificial grass, natural solutions like buffalos and couches are also a popular option at a fraction of the price that still offer a high street appeal and feel. Now many species of lawns stay greener for longer in winter and are less prone disease and grubs.
Water Features & Ponds
Water plays a major part in any garden and becomes an instant talking point amongst friends and family. But if you think you need heaps of room, think again! We’ve created streams, over-flowing pots and urns, fountains, cascades, spill-oDSC01406.JPG vers, water-falls, even fish ponds!
Retaining Walls & Rock
Over 50% of all our private work involves retaining walls! And often the case with sloping blocks is people feel somewhat restricted with what they can achieve. However split level gardens are not only practical, we’ve designed many to create pockets of interest that turn eye sores into a thing a beauty.
Once upon a time the “norm” was to whack up a few sleepers and be done. Now more people are opting for decking cladded walls, render options, and more recently, beautiful boulders such as mud rock and granite. With machine capabilities for post hole drilling and bucket work for loading in rocks, the results are quick, permanent and look amazing! For more results check out the gallery page.
Now that water restrictions have eased, you’ll probably be asking yourself if you really need one or not. But drip systems are not only a cost effective and efficient way of watering any garden they’re completely hidden and can be zoned for lawns, garden beds and vegie patches and to run off mains or water tanks.
Bamboo, render, timber slats, stackstone, railway sleepers, and rusted panels are just some of the products we’ve used to create beautiful screens as well as disguising those unsightly objects like heating and gas units, clotheslines, and even prying neighbours!
Deckings & Boardwalks
Nothing compares to the beauty of an elegant walkway or entertainment area made from wood. Apart from making a statement, it’s clean, versatile, and adds value to any home. Below are some examples of the harmony created when timber and plants combine.
One of our biggest assets is our dingo service. It not only saves time and many aching backs, but it’s capabilities are equally as impressive as a bobcat but can go where a bobcat cant. At just over 1m wide it can access those narrow entrances and sides of homes but furthermore it can:
- limited access excavation
- site cleans and driveway preparations
- material loading and spreading
- levelling and site cuts
- excess soil removal
- large rock & boulder placement
- the 350 & 450 mm augers are perfect for drilling holes for retaining walls, stump holes for deckings and footings, or even large trees.
At competitive rates, we’ll make sure the job gets done on time and on budget so you look like a pro!