There are so many options available as hardwood decking these days that selecting a product can be a bit overwhelming. All in all, it’s a personal choice. Here are a few things you should know before deciding which timber to go with.
Sean Gill, our managing director, recently spoke to Spa World to offer advice on bringing a touch of resort- style landscaping to your outdoor living.
Gill Landscapes was proud to join forces with Macrae Landscape Design, Green Giant Gardens and Terra Viva to promote sustainable gardens. We created the “Macrae Landscape Design Fiesta Exhibition Garden” for the Grow Ōtautahi 2021 Christchurch Garden Festival.
Protecting our community is the number one priority for Gill Landscapes in wake of the Covid 19 outbreak. We have a detailed Covid 19 Control plan in place while we operate in Alert Levels 1, 2 and 3. As a non-essential business we will not be operating in Alert Level 4.
Outdoor learning environments are finally getting the recognition they deserve with Gill Landscapes Education. No longer simply playgrounds constructed from plastic play equipment, they are now innovative, thought-provoking play sanctuaries with children’s’ learning in mind.
Landscapes of Distinction
In 2020 Gill Landscapes became members of the Registered Master Landscapers of New Zealand. Similarly we entered the Landscapes of Distinction awards. Being a member of the Registered Master Landscapers organisation reassures our clients. Gill Landscapes is a reliable and accountable landscape construction company that follows a strict code of conduct. Read this knowledge article to learn more about this New Zealand organisation. Additionally, take a closer look at our award-winning projects and find out why we joined.
This year Gill Landscapes was fortunate to partner with the creative brains at Xteriorscapes to create a stunning sustainable living exhibition for the new Christchurch garden festival Grow Otautahi.
There are myriad benefits to selecting decking as your outdoor surface of choice. First and foremost – how good does a quality timber deck look and feel?