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Stockton on the Forest Patio Paving
Alongside being one of the leading driveway installers in Stockton on the Forest, our trained experts hold years of experience in patio installations in the Stockton on the Forest area.
All Stockton on the Forest new patios have an insurance-backed guarantee for 10 years.
If you're looking to renovate your back garden or side entrance with a sleek patio design that will stand the test of time - then having a top patio company in Stockton on the Forest may be the right choice for you. Improve the look, feel and value of your property by getting in touch with us today.
Patio Installations Stockton on the Forest
Patios in Stockton on the Forest are the ideal low maintenance alternative to a traditional garden lawn. They are great if you are looking for a place to entertain guests or just to relax and enjoy your garden.
We pride ourselves on our attention to detail and high quality workmanship whether it is a small patio or a full garden landscaping project.
We can help with all your paving needs. Whether you want a natural stone patio where you can sit and enjoy the sunshine, or a gravel area to locate some outdoor seating to enjoy your garden, we can help. Every home and property is different in style and features which is why we work with you to design and create the perfect patio or pathway to suit your needs and style of property, which should make us one of the leading patio companies in Stockton on the Forest.
What's The Difference Between Patios And Block Paving?
Patios are essentially an area located as close as possible to your property, typically found in your garden, side entrance or a small section elsewhere on your property - normally leading up to the grass. The main difference visually between having a patio or block paving in Stockton on the Forest is what is installed. Patio slabs are large and segregate between two areas whereas block paving is typically used for driveways.