We’ve put together a useful library of articles that share advice on outdoor renovations and landscaping projects. However it’s not possible to convey everything on a web-site so please get in touch with us for further advice, assistance or to discuss your project.
Show advice for: Landscape Design | Outdoor Rooms | Outdoor Kitchens | Planting Guides | Lawns and Grass | Swimming Pools | Pergolas and Decks | Lighting and Power | Driveways and Paths | Rainwater Systems | Retaining Walls | Fencing and Gates | Maintenance and Cleaning |
Tips for choosing the correct decking finish option
Choosing the correct decking finish can be a confusing process. How do you know which option is the best one for your needs?
Small garden landscape design
Opposing angles from an existing retaining wall and steps with an angular entrance might have challenged many ‘reno’ experts but landscape designers, Matt McIssac and Designer Jules Moore, took this renovation to a different level.
Improve drainage in your backyard
Here are some solutions to aiding drainage in your backyard to help improve growth of your plants, vegetables and fruit.
Decorative fencing to complement your home
Technological advances have made way for new and innovative high-end decorative fencing and screening systems.
Winter gardening projects
Winter is the perfect time to plan and undertake bigger landscaping projects such as paving, as you’ll find it’s much more comfortable than working in the hot summer sun.
Cedar cladding restoration
An exterior restoration by TimberTECH transformed a tired brick and cedar home in Greenlane.
Deck balustrades maximise your view
Use balustrades to optimise the outlook from your deck as well as providing safety for you and your family. Noel Priestly from Provista provides different options.
Titoki Trees - Planting and care instructions
The Titoki tree is a popular urban Native that has attractive glossy green leaves and a spreading canopy. With it’s small red fruits, the Titoki attracts native birds such as the New Zealand Wood Pigeon and it’s leaves and oil are a natural insect repellant