As very keen gardeners moving into a new build we were faced with a new challenge of creating our dream garden on a 'blank canvas.'
We hadn't reckoned with the very heavy clay we discovered lay beneath a thin layer of top soil. Being in our late 60's we felt we had neither the time nor the energy for a long term plan of working in organic material to break down the awful soil. Raised beds seemed to be the way forward.
Grant and Tom from Felton Fencing were excellent from the start, very personable with good communication, keeping to time on appointments, offering ideas and suggestions and working very hard in a clean and considerate way.
We pretty much knew what we wanted, size, height, curved lines and materials but Grant and Tom went the extra mile in making recommendations we hadn't considered, accessing the right materials at competitive prices. In 4 days all the work was complete. It has been greatly admired by all who have seen the finished result
We wouldn't hesitate in recommending Felton Fencing.
Last year was about construction and planting up.
This year is about sitting out and enjoying.
Thank you Grant and Tom.
Homeowner Jean Foy
Felton Fencing and Landscaping
Stan & Siobhan Kielb 2 months ago
Been viewing this project since its concept and as time progresses the garden is maturing towards perfection and we look forward to the Spring and Summer and the explosion of colour. Good plan and impressive use of space by the builder.
Heater Bartholomew 2 months ago
Just witnessed the incredible transformation from a blank canvas to a beautiful garden oasis...very well done guys
Karen Clarke 2 months ago
What a transformation! I have seen the before and after. Looks like a totally different garden. Excellent job done.
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