Do you need a patio contractor in Sutton to lay a garden patio at your home and need a qualified specialist? Why not call the team Surrey Driveways and Patios to provide a free no obligation quote.
We provide a wide selection of patio installation options for customers including laying down slabbing, natural stone, garden paving and more.
Our patio services include laying down new patio areas, replacing your old patio and building new custom bespoke patios tailored to suit you.
Everything from the base up on our patios is laid to the highest of standards from using quality sourced Type 1 MOT to using only quality proven slabbing and paving for your patio.
Surrey Driveways and Patios provide a FREE quote where we can go through the various design options and choices available which will allow us to tailor the patio to your requirements and purpose.
When you are looking to change the appearance of your patio in Sutton, a very popular option is slabbing your patio. Here at Surrey Driveways and Patios, we provide a wide range of choices for customers looking to replace or build new slabbed patio areas.
We provide other choices to transform your garden and patio including lawns, artificial grass, wooden fencing, deck building, walling and more.
Call the team today at Surrey Driveways and Patios to book a FREE estimate from our patio contractors in Sutton where we can discuss the different options available and how we can help you to maximise the potential of your patio or garden.
You can view more of our services here >> Sutton or you can call our team to discuss your project directly.
Sutton is a large town, and the principal town of the eponymous London Borough of Sutton in South London, England. It lies on the lower slopes of the North Downs, and is the administrative headquarters of the Outer London borough. It is 10 miles (16 km) south-south west of Charing Cross, and is one of the thirteen metropolitan centres in the London Plan.
An ancient parish originally in the county of Surrey, Sutton is recorded in the Domesday Book of 1086 as having two churches and about 30 houses. Its location on the London to Brighton turnpike from 1755 led to the opening of coaching inns, spurring its growth as a village. When it was connected to central London by rail in 1847, it began to grow into a town, and it expanded further in the 20th century. It became a municipal borough with Cheam in 1934, and became part of Greater London in 1965.