Delightful Decking - Our Work

Decks are a useful feature to include in your garden. They provide a smooth, level surface in areas of the garden that may otherwise be unusable. In gardens that suffer from extreme changes in level, they can be more straightforward to construct that a patio or terrace.


If you're lucky enough to have a wildlife pond or stream in the garden, why not build a jetty that sits over the water? - a great location for having afternoon tea in the sun, or catching bugs with the children!


It is important that you get expert advice if you're planning to build a deck structure in your garden. Safety is paramount and the deck should be designed and constructed in a way that ensures everyone who uses it can do so safely. Decks are subject to various regulations, and some decks may require planning permission.


We can advise you on the best maintenance regime to keep the surface clean and safe, and will always specify the correct construction materials and foundation to ensure the deck is sturdy and built to last.


All of the deck structures in the images below were specified and constructed by our CEO and in-house carpenter, Steve. As some have been photographed in various stages of completion or as "before & afters". If you look closely, you can see the level changes Steve has had to accommodate in some of our more challenging gardens.




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Service areas: We are based near Worcester, but undertake landscape design and construction work all over England and parts of Wales, including properties in the Cotswolds, Worcestershire, Herefordshire, Gloucestershire, Oxfordshire, & Warwickshire.