Lesters Builders Case Study:

Patio Renovation, Tunbridge Wells, Kent

Patio Renovation, Tunbridge Wells, Kent - Lesters Builders

We were asked to rip out and re lay a new patio, retaining wall, dividing wall at a property in Guilford Road Tunbridge Wells, Kent.

 We had to dismantle the dividing wall with great care as the client requested that the wall was rebuilt using the same bricks to keep the same period look about the property.

We laid new Indian Stone paving with spot lights positioned in the paving. We also had to re build and increase support for the retaining wall at the rear of the property, this also involved installing a means for all the water to run away.  There was a new fence installed to line up and match with the existing fence next door.

The property is an old Victorian town house and has lime mortar pointing, before we did any of the ground works we were asked to grind out all the old pointing and re-point as over the years the pointing had become affected by the weather.

The Patio gave the client a nice new open modern space that was secure and hazard free for their little girl to play in.

 


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After completion  - Patio Renovation, Tunbridge Wells, Kent

Before Works - Patio Renovation, Tunbridge Wells, Kent

Before Works - Patio Renovation, Tunbridge Wells, Kent

After completion  - Patio Renovation, Tunbridge Wells, Kent

After completion  - Patio Renovation, Tunbridge Wells, Kent

After completion  - Patio Renovation, Tunbridge Wells, Kent

After completion  - Patio Renovation, Tunbridge Wells, Kent



"What a difference the extension has made for all of us, and how did we manage before? Please thank all the guys for their hard work and good humour throughout the process - it made things so much easier for us."

Henrietta and Bob, Southborough, Kent

"The quality of the construction was high using very good materials and craftmenship with an eye for detail."

Stuart, Tunbridge Wells, Kent

"We are very happy with the quality of the work throughout. Our thanks to all involved for their kindness and co-operation."

Pamela and Douglas, Southborough, Tunbridge Wells, Kent