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What type of fence is best for my garden?

While flowers and plants will be the star of the show, a fence also goes a long way to giving your garden a touch of elegance, charm and, most importantly, security and privacy. For most homeowners, a lot of thought goes into which fence is best for their garden, as both personal style and practical needs should both be considered. In this article, we’ll guide you through the decision making process on your material and style options, so let’s start.   Wood or metal? Traditional and timeless, there’s a reason why wooden fencing has enjoyed decades of strong popularity. The warmth…

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How to improve the health of your garden

Brown patches, dry soil, struggling plants – do any of these sound familiar? If so, your garden needs a bit of TLC to grow and thrive to its full potential. In this article, we’ll take you through some green-fingered tips on how to improve soil health and general garden well-being to give you a green space you can be proud of.   7 Tips to Improve the Health of Your Garden So, how do you keep your garden healthy? Let’s take a look.   1) Compost comes first The biggest trick to nurturing a healthy garden is to apply compost. This…

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5 signs that you need a new fence

Does your fence look a little worse for wear? Are you weighing up whether to repair or replace? Chances are that treating your garden to fresh fencing is actually far more cost-effective in the long run, especially if your current one is taking up more time and money than it’s worth. So, if you’re wondering “but is it really that bad? Do I need a new fence?” then read on to discover the telltale signs of a fence that’s past its due.   It’s leaning over A fence that’s creaking to one side means that it’s only a matter of time…

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7 of the coolest things you can do with paving

Grab the attention of visitors with fun, funky ways to use paving that truly think outside the box. Whether you want to break out of tradition, or you’re simply wondering what to do with leftover paving stones, check out our list of the most creative things to do with pavers.   Create a pondscape Welcome wildlife with a tranquil pond; what’s more, you can use paving materials to build it. The rocky, stoney look is one that suits gardens well and is easily achieved with paving blocks and slabs. If you have a few different colours or textures, it can also…

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What materials do you need to build sheds, pergolas and fences?

If you’re DIY-savvy, you’ll know that you can’t launch straight into a project without the necessary materials or tools. Whether you’re planning to build a shed from scratch, or are ready to construct your dream pergola, in this article we take you through everything you need – so you can get started on day one.   What do I need to build a shed?     Before you begin, it’s wise to check if you are allowed to build your intended shed. Simply get in touch with your local planning department to see if you would need to apply for permission…

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How to get your garden winter-ready

Winter is a time when gardens can get somewhat neglected, thanks to the cold weather. To keep your garden in good health through the challenging weather, it’s a good idea to get a few tasks out of the way in time for the winter chill. It also helps to keep everything neat and presentable if you plan to decorate your garden for Christmas. In this article, we’ll take you through how to prepare your garden for winter to make sure it doesn’t decline over the colder months.   How to get your garden winter-ready   Clean your furniture Whether you’re keeping…

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What material is best for my driveway?

A driveway is not just a beautiful introduction to your home – it also needs to be a robust surface for the daily comings and goings of your household. So, when selecting a material for your new driveway, it’s all about getting the balance right between aesthetics and functionality. With so many driveway materials to choose from, picking out the right one can be a daunting task. That’s why we’ve put together this handy article which covers the main pros and cons of popular driveway materials.   Which material is best for my driveway?   Concrete A timeless and high-strength option…

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How to clean & maintain your patio

A patio should be a source of pride, whether you’ve opted for decorative paving slabs, natural stone or block paving. No matter how beautiful your patio looks after installation, it’s going to take a little TLC to keep it looking good as new, all year round.  In this article, we explore how best to clean and maintain your patio to improve its beauty and longevity, and also ask the question: when is it time to get a new patio?  How to clean your patio  Here are our step-by-step tips for cleaning your patio to give it that much-needed facelift.  First, brush…

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How to lay turf

Your Step-by-Step Guide to Laying Turf

New turf is an easy way to freshen up your garden and revitalise an outdoor space. What’s more, laying turf is a simple process that anyone can do, allowing you to achieve a professional-looking finish without expert help.  In this easy-to-follow guide, we describe how to lay turf to ensure a flawless finish for your new lawn. How do you lay turf? Before Laying Order the turf from a high-quality supplier to ensure the best health and performance from your turf. Select a time and date when you’re certain to have enough time to lay it. It’s generally recommended that turf…

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Coronavirus Statement

Update from Naybur Bros: In these uncertain times, the team at Naybur Bros want to reassure customers that we are remaining open for all your landscaping needs, and are taking government and NHS advice very seriously. As such, all staff will be adhering to the highest recommended standards of health, safety and hygiene during the coronavirus situation – this is to protect customers and employees alike.  Like everyone, we are reviewing the situation day by day, and adjusting our policies and practices accordingly so that all businesses and homeowners who use our service can stay safe and protected.  We wish all…

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