Raised decking and patio area

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We have had a couple of very busy weeks here at Cathedral Landscape & Fencing.  This week we have finished a raised decking area for our customer in the Redruth area, and prior to this a new patio installed at an existing client’s home near St. Austell.

The raised decking area has been built on an embankment in the back garden of the property.

First of all the team installed a solid frame for the decking, and then secured deck boards to ...

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Palisade security fencing

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Cathedral Landscaping & Fencing recently supplied and fitted steel Palisade security fencing.  The locations were at two industrial unit’s in the local area.

It is always nice to work for local companies.  Many thanks to Patrick Uren Commercials Ltd. in Redruth, John Betty at North Grange Industrial Estate in Devoran and Ben Ridgewells Construction Ltd.

Palisade fencing is an extremely robust form of permanent security fencing.  As a result it is suitable for installation in a variety of outdoor locations.

Our Palisade fencing ...

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We are now a Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) member!

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The Federation of Small Businesses is a great resource and support for any small business anywhere in the Country.

They are not for profit, run by a team of  members offering market leading business services, lobby government on issues affecting SMEs and they support a UK-wide network of members providing local change and networking.

We are very excited to be part of the FSB and look forward to the next few years ahead!

Clink on this link to find out more about how ...

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Aco Ground Guard Tiles

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Aco Ground Guard tiles are a lightweight ground reinforcement system ideal for use on gravel driveways and much more…. capable of holding a weight of 250 tonnes per square metre! they are interlocking which makes installation quick and easy.

Give us a ring for more information or click on this link http://www.aco.co.uk/product_detail.php?id=1

 

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New gravel driveway in St Austell

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Cathedral Landscape and Fencing were recently asked to revamp and increase the area of a driveway in St Austell. The customer had an open grassed area that they wanted transforming into a parking area.

The Team worked hard excavating the area ready for the base of the driveway to be laid. Along the way they had a few issues to overcome, including a repair to a mains water pipe!

Once the area was excavated the team worked on the soakaway areas. The main ...

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Cornwall Home & Lifestyle Show 2015

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Cathedral Landscape & Fencing are delighted to announce that they will be exhibiting at this years Cornwall Home & Lifestyle Show.

Running from the 3 – 4 May, the show promises to bring together the best of Cornwall’s home related products and services and will take place at the Royal Cornwall Showground. This will be the events fifth year and boasts over 150 exhibitors.

Make sure you come and see us if you are planning on going!

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Chainlink Fencing

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Problem – the property owner of a house in Redruth had a rather large dog but no way of containing him within the outside space of his home. He didn’t want solid fencing as this would block out light and the view but the dog needed a safe outdoor space.

The Solution – Cathedral Landscape and Fencing immediately saw that Green chain linking would provide the perfect answer. Along with green posts and green linewire, this solution provides a great ...

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The Equestrian Centre at Carharrack

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The Equestrian Centre at Carharrack started life as an empty space. Working with James Contracting Cathedral Landscape and Fencing built and erected a steel frame that was then clad and the internal area was covered with a sand and recycled rubber mix.

The interior walls had a slope added at the base to ensure any rider falling would land more comfortably. One of the principle aims was that the completed job would be both animal and rider friendly. The ...

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