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MCCOMBE DECKING DECKING AND GLASS BALUSTRADING


We specialise in timber and composite decking along with glass balustrading. With over two decades in the business we are confident that we can provide a personal, friendly and professional service. McCombe Decking are well established and respected in South Devon working mainly in Dartmouth, Salcombe, Kingsbridge, Torquay, Paignton and Brixham although we cover all areas between Plymouth and Exeter. We have built our reputation on our commitment to providing a top-quality service and using only the finest materials, the majority of which are British. You can also rest assured that we will see a project through from beginning to end - we won’t rush off to work somewhere else in the middle of your job! We also provide a supply only service for builders and self-installers of our balustrade and glass systems. We will be happy to offer our advice on the suitable products for your application. View our website to see our huge portfolio of work - we are only too happy to offer you a free no-obligation quotation.


01803 732455 www.mccombedecking.co.uk


RED EARTH LANDSCAPING CREATING BEAUTIFUL GARDEN LANDSCAPES SUSTAINABLY


We are passionate about creating beautiful spaces that work with the natural environment. So that not only do you find the peace and tranquillity you need, but also take comfort in the knowledge that your garden is creating habitat for local wildlife. We bring together over 20 years’ experience in garden & woodland design in a unique way that focuses on gardening sustainably. We specialise in devel- oping gardens through our maintenance programmes. Supporting the natural habitat networks that work on micro and macro scales. These networks in turn support healthy perennial flower and shrub borders. Creating native woodlands and wild flower banks and lawns are part of the backdrop to this ethos. Respect for our surrounding environment is also important within built structures, from working with local stone for walls and terraces, to creating beautiful wooden features with local untreated, but resilient timber. We understand the need for an efficient and cost effective service whether that be the garden maintenance of a small cottage garden or the landscap- ing of a country estate. We create plans for all garden types, that include ways of management that are cost effective, cohesive and good for the environment. 07963 678547 www.redearthlandscapes.com


JTB GARDEN MACHINERY ●


Servicing


We service lawn tractors, mowers, chainsaws, brushcutters, strimmers, blowers, hedgetrimmers, disc cutters etc. We also sharpen hand tools.


Repairs ●


We aim to have your machine returned to you as soon as possible and we’ll keep in touch to let you know how things are progressing.


Sales


Visit our showroom to see a range of mowers and garden machinery to suit all budgets. We also stock a range of oils, safety equipment, chainsaw chains, strimmer lines and more.


Authorised dealers for


17 Admiral Court, Nelson Rd, Dartmouth, TQ6 9HU 01803 431234 / 07948 725122 jtbgm@btinternet.com www.jtbgm.co.uk


We can collect and deliver your garden machinery. Open Monday to Friday 9-5


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