Raised beds made from brickwork or wood
Raised beds made from brickwork or timber sleepers have become very popular over the last few years, as they offer the opportunity to grow your produce in an easy to manage area. Raised beds are very effective for increasing efficiency and yield when growing your own fruit and vegetables. Because the soil in the beds is deep, loose and fertile your plants benefit from improved soil drainage and aeration. Weeds are easier to pull up and if you have children playing in your garden there is much less of a chance of plant damage as the soil is never walked upon or compacted. Raised flower beds are easier to maintain and less prone to infestation from insects. They can be utilised to divide areas or just add interest to your garden and are ideal for gardeners with limited mobility, as they can be tended from a seated position.
Raised flower beds made from brickwork are amongst our most popular building services and we love the look they create. The size and shape can be tailored to your own preferences and the different finishes of bricks we use, will suit all styles and budgets. Our design team will be happy to advise you on the suitability of the differing bricks available and how best to incorporate your design ideas
Once your raised beds are complete, our soft landscapers will be happy to advise you on planting schemes and how to maintain your flower beds.
Satisfaction guaranteed on all our raised beds and brickwork
We are pride ourselves on our levels of service and quality of workmanship with all our garden building projects. Customer satisfaction is everything to us and no job is finished until you the customer are 100% happy. All of our workmanship on brickwork jobs is guaranteed for 10 years and we promise to always leave your garden looking clean and tidy.
Please take a moment to have a look at our portfolio of brickwork and garden building projects. There are many examples of raised beds that show how we can help transform your garden and create the perfect growing space, even in the smallest of gardens.