Client wanted dwarf dry stone wall, to act as a retaining wall, with stone steps leading up to the garden.


Existing garden was held back with sand bags and had become over grown.

Foundations are laid and sand bags removed

First step goes in. Pipe is dug under, should any services be required underneath in the future.

Steps are dug into the garden and laid on a hard-core base

Wall is built in-line with the steps. Capping stones are placed on the top of the dry stone wall.

Steps are finished with wall leading alongside them

Toppings are added to the wall to finish off

Bricks replace flag stones to be in-keeping with the rest of the area (above)