Sandstone has become the hero of home garden design, where it traditionally was mostly found in large scale commercial designs.
Happily it is more available now, and accessible to people with a broad range of tastes and budgets.
At the moment, we have got absolutely LOADS of odds and sods of sandstone in the yard, and we would really like to clear it in time for our 10th birthday (which is coming up on the 15th of August).
As we said, we have heaps of bits and bobs of quality sunshine coast sandstone in the yard at the moment, so please, drop by and take a look. There are some real gems amongst it all.
It seems that it is impossible to escape the daily drama unfolding around the coronavirus. Everyone is talking about it, and it is something we all must play our part in preventing the spread of, as much as we can. We have decided to look at the situation in a different, more positive way.
Water runoff is rain that does not soak into the ground where it falls. It is most concerning if the water is pooling around the foundations of your buildings, as it can cause serious structural damage over time. There are a few simple things you can do to reduce water runoff on your property, using mulch, pavers and gravel.
Don't let the rain put you off tidying up your garden. In fact, rainy weather is the best weather in which to weed and mulch. This is a little case study of a customer's weekend gardening project, and shows how much you can achieve in a day with the right products.