(Cutting the old paving with a disc cutter, and laying it on top of stone dust and mortar).
We like to reuse materials that we remove from customer’s gardens, into other areas of their garden design. This is a good way to keep costs down and also reduces the amount of material going to the tip, or shipping miles bringing materials in.
These old concrete paving slabs were removed from the back garden. We stacked them up, out of the way whilst we worked on laying the new paving, and then got busy laying them in their lane behind the garden.
This increases the area of usable space for the customer, and also a greater amount of sun shines here, enabling them to have a whirligig for hanging out the washing.
The finished recycled paving does the job nicely, and has really tidied up a messy back lane into a usable part of our customer’s property.