Your local landscapers, based in St Austell, Cornwall

We are an Independent landscaping company based in St Austell, Cornwall. We have completed many successful landscaping projects throughout the county & are proud to be working in this highly competitive industry.

Our many years of experience in the construction & groundworks industry, makes us able to carry out all landscaping works to the highest standard, maintaining a quality finish that lasts for years to come.

We know that your garden is the gateway to your home. That is why we work with you, through every stage of your landscaping project, to ensure everything meets and exceeds your needs & requirements. We know that quality is always key when constructing any garden thats why we source the highest quality materials from reputable suppliers across Cornwall & the rest of the UK.

We carry out all aspects of landscaping, hard or soft. Works include; Patios & paving, fencing, decking & raised beds, planting, turfing & seeding, garden features, water features & structures.

Although we are based in St Austell, we have completed projects all over Cornwall. Some of our most recent works have been carried out in Rock, Wadebridge, St Austell & Bodmin. Our services are not limited to just the St Austell areas, we cover the whole of Cornwall including; Newquay, Truro & Fowey.

If you have any queries or wish to arrange a quotation please contact us:

EWCleverley

29 Tremayne Road
St Austell
Cornwall
PL25 4NE

Landline: 01726 879 732
Mobile: 07527914257

Email: elias@ewcleverley.co.uk

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Natural stone, concrete, gravel & many more materials can be used as surfaces for your patio or pathway.

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All types of fencing including closeboard, panel & picket. All aspects of decking also constructed.

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Garden & retaining walls built using materials including brick, block, stone & concrete.

Turfing can transform any garden into a great place to spend some time.

Garden features bring gardens together, they can offer shelter or make a great focal point.