Garden Construction

The quality of landscape or garden construction has a huge bearing on the successful creation of a beautiful garden.

Our traditionally skilled, in-house team of garden landscapers have been selected for their skill, attention to detail, and perhaps most importantly, their desire to learn and work hard.  We believe in working to a high standard – doing the job properly and thoroughly.

“Really nice guys who were great to have around”

We pride ourselves on the quality of our workmanship.  But we also earn the trust and respect of our clients through being totally reliable, meticulously tidy, and genuinely courteous.

We are experts in both hard and soft garden landscaping.  A few examples of the more commonly seen elements in the gardens we construct:

  • Patios/Terraces, Paths, Steps, Decking, and Driveways
  • Ponds & Water Features
  • Pergolas, Arches, Arbours
  • Walls, Fences, Trellis & Gates – including Retaining Walls & Raised Beds
  • Planting & Plant Sourcing
  • Lawns – Turfing & Seeding
  • Groundworks, Drainage & Irrigation
  • Outdoor Lighting
  • Installation/Construction of Outdoor Rooms, Sheds & Summerhouses

Get it right first time

Quotations for garden construction are provided free of charge, and we are happy to discuss a garden at length with our clients, and to provide advice from the outset, to ensure that the result is exactly what the client requires.

As well as constructing gardens to our own designs, we also work with other designers and directly with clients on a construction-only basis.

Contact us now to arrange your no-obligation consultation, or read more about our Maintenance services.

I want to extend my thanks to John and his team… really nice guys who were great to have around. The guys have been fantastic whilst on site and I wouldn’t have any hesitation in recommending ALDA to others… The attention to detail and the quality of work has been absolutely stellar and I am delighted with the finished garden… If it weren’t for the portaloo on the drive, it’s hard to believe that only yesterday, visible signs of work in progress were very much in evidence.