Contemporary Garden in Surrey

Project Type: Domestic Garden
A strong design with sleek modern lines are the defining features of this beautiful garden created by Woods Landscaping.
High Spec Garden with Contemporary Design

The clients have lived in this property for over 30 years and built the original garden themselves. Running repairs were becoming a nuisance and so they called in Woods Landscaping to give the space a complete overhaul.
The brief was to maximise sun traps and create more space for the grandchildren to play in, whilst reducing maintenance.

Poor Access - The Landscaper's Biggest Challenge

Poor access seems to be a common theme amongst landscaping projects and this one was no exception. The landscapers shifted around 120 tonnes of materials in and out of this narrow, sloping garden.
Another challenge was construction of a long retaining wall including drainage considerations, however this was not too much of a problem for this experienced team.
Finally, an existing but ugly concrete boundary wall needed a more attractive finish - X-Tech porcelain cladding proved perfect for this.

Precision, Precision, Precision!

The X-Tech cladding on the tiered walling creates a bold, strong feature with enduring aspects. Overall, Woods Landscaping have created a multi use space in a small area which is low maintenance and aesthetically beautiful.
As a team, Woods Landscaping are known for high quality finishes on all of their work and this project was no exception. Joints and angles on the cladding and paving are all millimetre perfect, which is essential for a contemporary landscaping project (or any project!)

Our Client Said...
Ordering online is quick and easy, the project quote saving ability is very useful rather than always starting with one basket. It's also easy to edit the quantities if required, and delivery is always prompt. The communication is so important, and this aspect is highly valued with dealing with you - please keep going with the excellent customer care.
Matt Woods (Contemporary Garden in Surrey)