Having a beautifully designed patio in your garden can really enhance the look and feel of your space. At AP. Clark we design and install patios in Bristol and the surrounding areas in gardens of all shapes and sizes. Give your garden a space to dine, relax and entertain guests.
Our professional landscaping team will install a bespoke patio area using a wide range of materials that include block paving to much more decorative slabs to suit your home and style.
Whether you prefer a more traditional aesthetic or are looking to renovate the area with a more chic & modern feel, we design and create the ideal place for you and your family to enjoy. Our quality workmanship is renowned for being exactly to the customers requirements and at a competitive price.
We strive to work within your budget to ensure your new patio space meets all of your needs and style. For more information, contact our team to enquire.
With patio paving, our team can create a one-of-a-kind space that will completely alter your garden. We can obtain block paving and slabs in a variety of sizes, colours, and designs, allowing you to find the perfect fit for your home. We can assist you choosing the appropriate type for your needs, from sandstone to something more durable like concrete.
Our patio contractors have decades of expertise installing patios in Bristol and the surrounding regions. We can remove the old asphalt, prepare the ground, and level the area if necessary. We can also build patios in unusually shaped gardens and add steps if the installation is on an elevated level.
Frequently Asked Questions
Washed concrete sand is the ideal base sand for pavers, according to the Interlocking Concrete Pavement Institute. Concrete sand, sometimes referred to as bedding sand, is gritty and does not hold moisture beneath the paver surface.
Poured concrete is the most cost-effective per square foot in terms of installation and concrete prices. Concrete pavers, on the other hand, offer more value and durability than poured concrete and stamped concrete, despite their higher initial cost.
Calculating the size of a square or rectangular patio is simple. All you have to do is double the width and length of the area you want to pave. After that, you’ll have a paveable space.