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Top 5 Ways to Transform your Garden
Take a look at our top ways to improve and transform your outdoor space, whatever your budget.Make sure that your garden has all the features you need and require to enjoy it to it's full potential, especially whilst the sun is out!

1. Patio

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There are many advantages that a patio can offer a homeowner, all of which contribute both to the quality of the home as well as the quality of life. Their benefits go far beyond making a home look great. A patio can be an excellent place to unwind and enjoy your outdoor space year round. Not only that but by building a patio you could boost the value of your property. 

2. Garden Path

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A garden path will allow you to navigate your garden without messing up the grass, and makes for a lovelt attractive feature. You can choose from a paved pathway, pebbles, stones or gravel. 

3. Stepping Stones

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Laying flat slabs through a grass or gravel area makes a practical path and a pleasing feature. They also protect grass where traffic is heavy. Each stepping stone is highlighted by the contrasting surface, making an easy target for your feet and adding interest to a flat landscape. Where the line can be curved, or made to disappear through a planted border to re-emerge beyond the plants, it draws the eye and increases the urge to follow it.

4. Decking

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One of the best benefits of adding decking to your garden is that it's a great area for outdoor dining. It’s also easy to maintain, timber decking doesn't actually doesn’t require much maintenance at all over its lifetime. Likewise with a stone or paved patio, adding decking to your property can also increase it's value when you come to sell. 

5. Gravel and Pebbles

Gravel, stones and pebbles give your driveway or patio a neat and professional finish, ideal for many different landscaping projects around the garden including attractive pathways, enhancement of water features and as an alternative to mulched areas and borders.