Driveway & Patio Restoration

Is your driveway looking tired? Past it’s best. I can help restore it back to its former glory for a fraction of the price of a new driveway.


This is one of our most popular services Driveway restoration. Your driveway or patio will be intensely cleaned using 4500 psi cold water pressure, incorporating dirt buster technology an intensely strong cleaning system meaning moss, weeds and algae are removed leaving the area clean.


Your driveway or patio can then be re sanded and resealed preventing further development of weeds, moss and algae, we also ensure that 2 coats of sealent are provided . The same principle can be used for decking which can be re stained or oiled.


We also offer cleaning and recolouring of imprinted driveways bringing your driveway back to its former glory.


Summer 2019 - Don't forget to:

Plan for weeds its summer after all and every plant loves a bit of sun!

Applying mulch can help keep the weeds at bay

The use of membrane will also stop the weeds sprouting through

Applying fertilizer this will help flowers grow, also fertilizing your lawn will help keep it at its peak.

Remember to keep your garden, lawn and baskets well-watered. We recommend this is done first thing in the morning or last thing in the evening. By watering you lawn or plants in the morning this helps keep them cool and keeps water evaporation to a minimum.

Insure you mow your grass on the longest setting to avoid scorching your lawn. Also applying nitrogen based fertilizer helps keep your lawn at its optimum and helps to avoid any nasty brown patches – But should this happen use grass seed and water the grass daily until the seed sprouts, ideally first thing in the morning.

Remember to dead head your hanging baskets and flower beds, by doing so you will promote new growth, keeping your flower beds looking their best throughout the summer months,

The summer months are the best time to plant the following vegetables, Beans, celery, courgette’s, peppers and squashes.




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