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Smith’s decorative shingle

Smith’s tells Pro Landscaper about its decorative shingle. 

Pick the right decorative shingle and it can brighten up any garden design! Giving that landscaped project the finishing touch.

Smiths’ range of decorative shingle is one of quality and can proudly boast the supply of the genuine Cotswold stone shingle. With those lovely warm, honey and cream colours of the region, it is a classic shingle that is understated yet sits very well in most environments.

A similar offering is our Oxford range of decorative shingle, a blend of a subtler neutral beiges and creams, which also typifies the Cotswold area. A very versatile shingle that can be used for driveways, paths, landscaping and even as a weed suppressant – try a handful of Oxford shingle around your flowerpots!

There is also the very popular Cotswold Limestone Chippings, again understated yet achieving quality design results, with its more angular shape and subtle colours and warm charm. Once more a versatile shingle that can be used in most landscape projects.

New to the range is the MOBAN shingle. It is a mixture of irregular but smooth edged shapes, colours and textures, giving it an impressive effect when used for driveways, footpaths and landscaping features. The colour range for the new shingle is soft natural cream through autumnal colours to Oxford Blue colour.

A very attractive and practical solution for a diverse range of garden, landscaping and parking uses.

This is but just a hint of what is on offer… a large range of shingles, various sizes various colours with smooth and irregular shapes. If you have a project in mind and would like some expert assistance, then please just pick up the phone and call us. You can of course see our full range of shingle on our website.

We can also offer the sub-base material – sands and gravels – it’s something to build on…

For full details of all Smiths’ products, services and the free sample option telephone 01869 331281, email [email protected] or visit www.smithsbletchington.co.uk


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