Jet Washing & Mortar Jointing

This existing customer has a fantastic York Stone pathway leading up the garden. Over the years, the weeds had really established themselves between the slabs and it gets very slippery when it is wet.

So he called me to see what I would suggest. The answer was to lift up some of the slabs where some serious movement had occurred and sort that out, followed by a jet wash of all the stone and then a wet mortar joint to finally seal up the gaps properly.

This job took 3 days but the result was a brand new path!