• Paving Contractors Shotteswell

    • Welcome To AG Paving Contractors Shotteswell, OX17

      AG Paving is Shotteswell, OX17 based paving contractor that serves Shotteswell and surrounding areas. We provide a large variety of paving and landscaping services at budget friendly prices. We provide a complete service; consultation, design, supply, and installation. Whether you are searching for a complete garden overhaul or an easy clean up we make certain to have the best solution to fit both your taste and spending plan. We have a substantial series of patio and paving options for you to pick from consisting of; Indian sandstone, granite, limestone, cobblelock, gravel and concrete slabs simply to name a couple of. We specialise in the installation of natural stone paving, for both driveways and patios. Our quality and prices will not be beaten. Why not browse through our gallery to see our vast array of paving options and we make sure you’ll find something to suit your taste. We source our quality products from just the very best and well prominent providers to ensure that the paving we provide to you will stand the test of time. Quality materials paired with our experience in installation indicates that you can rest assured you will have a gorgeous driveway or patio for several years to come.

      AG Paving Shotteswell, OX17 – Driveways, Patio and Garden Contractors

      A gorgeous brand-new driveway or patio location will make a significant change to your home. We use a large variety in paving styles to match any styled home, be it of modern, conventional or contemporary style.

      We also supply a large range of colour and design options from which you can pick the most suitable style of paving in Shotteswell for your home. We will offer advice on design, layout and all technical aspects of the driveway or outdoor patio installation.

      We install a large variety of domestic and industrial paving; from forecourts, driveways, paths and patio areas through to your garden location with flower beds, raised flower beds, turfing and slabbing.

      Weed totally free and simple upkeep, paving will not just make your life simpler but can also include value to your residential or commercial property and enhance its appearance. Choosing the most ideal paving system for your house is very important as it represents a long-term investment in your property. All our work is carried out by our own highly knowledgeable paving contractor in Shotteswell, OX17.

      As soon as you have actually chosen the style and colour combination, you can then likewise choose from a series of custom developed features such as circles, diamonds and even having your initials embedded. This will ensure your paving is really unique.

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      Our services include:

      • Block Paving
      • Indian Stone Paving
      • Design
      • Walling
      • Fencing
      • Brick
      • Cobbles
      • Concrete
      • Tarmac
      • Flagging
      • Drainage
      • Patios
      • Landscaping
      • Gates/Railings

      Driveways Shotteswell, OX17

      We are professionals at Driveways Shotteswell. We can lay and develop economical and bespoke driveways for our customers. All our work is done to the highest of requirements. We utilize just quality driveway products beginning with the setup of your base to the ended up surface of your driveway to ensure a long lasting driveway setup.

      Paving Shotteswell, OX17

      We pride ourselves on the quality of our Paving Shotteswell. We provide a paving service which consists of laying paving, changing old driveways and developing patios with garden paving in Shotteswell, OX17.

      NOTE: Please check out other services Block PavingDriveways & PatiosCommercial DrivewaysResin DrivewaysGravel DrivewaysLandscaping and benefit from our packages. Or just simply contact now AG Paving for a free on-site quote. Please also have a look at our amazing testimonialsabout us and gallery. Our blog as well.

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      • We are completely signed up paving and outdoor patio installers.
      • AG Paving is happy to be a member of the Britpave, the British Cementitious Paving Association. The Britpave, the British Cementitious Paving Association is preserved just for experienced knowledgeable tradesmen who are masters in their field. In order to end up being a member and retain subscription, all members much maintain high standards of craftsmanship in all of their jobs. To end up being a member, we underwent the guilds’ rigorous vetting procedures and verifications prior to we were accepted as a member. As an outcome, you as the consumer can rest assured that you are employing a paving contractor with a proven performance history and verified history of high requirements of work.
      • We have an abundance of experience in designing and setting up all types of paving products; Granite, Sandstone, Limestone, cobblelock, slabs, outdoor patios, driveways, gravel, pebble, natural stone and so on
      • We use you a full service bundle. We will provide and install your driveway, garden paving or patio area so you simply need to unwind and take pleasure in the transformation.
      • We cover all parts of Shotteswell, OX17.
      • We use just high quality and respectable suppliers for our paving products such as Kilsaran, Roadstone, Double l concrete and All Stone. This guarantees the quality and resilience of the items we work with.
      • Our large paving setup experience paired with high quality paving and outdoor patio products and our attention to information, all combine to ensure you, the consumer, a top-notch paving job finished to the highest of requirements.
      • Our clients are our company, we aim to ensure your fulfillment during all stages of your paving or outdoor patio project. We are kept hectic mostly by word of mouth so our consumers’ fulfillment is our main priority.
      • We do what we state and we state what we do. We complete on time as agreed and without any concealed bonus.
      • We provide free call outs and quotations. We will call out to see your existing garden area. At this call out we will talk about possible paving options for your home and will reveal you samples of the paving materials that would match your project and budget.

      Shotteswell is a village and civil parish in the Stratford-on-Avon district of Warwickshire. The population of the civil parish at the 2011 census was 221. The parish is bounded on three sides by Oxfordshire and is about 4 miles (6 km) north-west of Banbury.

      The name of the village has been spelt in various fashions over the centuries in a range of documents:- Sotteswalle around 1135, Shoteswell (1165), Schoteswell (1189), Schotewell (1190), Scoteswell (1221), Sotteswell (1235), Schetteswell (1315), Shotteswell (1428 and 1535), Shatswell (1705) as well as Cheleswell, Seteswell, Scacheswell and Shotswell, the latter in censuses of the mid-nineteenth century. It is said to derive from the Anglo-Saxon “Soto”, a family name, and “will”, a well – that is – “the well of Scot”. In the past, an alternative explanation was put forward that the name derived from “sceota” or “scota” meaning the offshoot or brow of a hill – that is – the well at the brow of a hill. For a large part of its history the local inhabitants have called the village “Satchel” and, indeed, a sign at the door of St. Laurence Church states:- “Local pronunciation of Shotteswell – Satchel”.

      The village occupies part of a range of heights gradually rising from north to south to 600 feet (180 m). The River Avon, a tributary of the Cherwell, separates the parish from Oxfordshire on the east with a smaller tributary doing the same to the west. The village was not mentioned in the Domesday Book of 1086, but may have been “the two hides of Warmintone (Warmington)” owned by Roger de Beaumont, Count of Meulan and “a man-at-arms from him”. In 1316 Shotteswell was described as a hamlet.

      The population of the village in the 2001 Census was 230. The 2011 Census recorded that the population size was similar, the village having a total of 221 inhabitants. The median age of the inhabitants in 2011 was 49 years. 98.6% of the population were described as “White British” and 5.4% had been born outside of The United Kingdom. Principal occupations of the inhabitants in 2011 were education-related professions (16.2%), professional, scientific and technical occupations (15.4%), manufacturing (10.0%), human health and social work activities (9.2%), administrative and support services (8.5%) with only 2.3% recorded as working in the agriculture, fishing and forestry sectors. Only 3.7% of males and 1.1% of females were unemployed and 13.4% of males and 21.1% of females were retired. As regards religion, 67.4% described themselves as Christians, 24.4% claimed to have no religion, 0.9% were Hindus and 7.2% did not state their religion.

      Many of the older buildings in the village had deteriorated and crumbled by the 1960s and some thatched cottages were demolished as early as 1965. Renovations of other buildings in the subsequent decades saw the village’s picturesque appearance of mainly thatched buildings altered by the use of other roofing materials. There is now no pub although in the 19th and early 20th centuries there was an inn called “The Flying Horse” which became known as “The Flying Horse Stores” and which was granted Grade II Listed Building status on 8 April 1987. There was a second public house in the village, recorded in the 1861 national census, and also in existence around 1900, which was called “The New Inn”; on 27 February 1901, its proprietor, Luke Sharman, was fined £1 with 10s 6d costs at Kineton court for permitting gambling (darts for beer and tobacco) on the premises. A number of dark-stoned council houses were built at the north west end of the village. Most of the village was designated a conservation area in 1969 with minor additions to the boundaries in 1995. The M40 motorway passes close by to the east of the village. The local economy is agriculture-based.

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