• Paving Contractors Standlake

    • Welcome To AG Paving Contractors Standlake, OX29

      AG Paving is Standlake, OX29 based paving contractor that serves Standlake and surrounding areas. We provide a large range of paving and landscaping services at economical prices. We provide a total service; consultation, design, supply, and installation. Whether you are searching for a total garden overhaul or an easy clean up we make certain to have the ideal service to match both your taste and budget. We have a big variety of outdoor patio and paving choices for you to pick from consisting of; Indian sandstone, granite, limestone, cobblelock, gravel and concrete pieces simply among others. We specialise in the setup of natural stone paving, for both driveways and patio areas. Our quality and prices will not be beaten. Why not search through our gallery to see our huge range of paving alternatives and we make sure you’ll discover something to match your taste. We source our quality products from just the finest and well renowned providers to guarantee that the paving we provide to you will stand the test of time. Quality materials combined with our experience in setup implies that you can feel confident you will have a lovely driveway or outdoor patio for many years to come.

      AG Paving Standlake, OX29 – Driveways, Patio and Garden Contractors

      A beautiful brand-new driveway or outdoor patio location will make a substantial change to your home. We offer a wide variety in paving designs to fit any styled residential or commercial property, be it of modern, conventional or modern style.

      We likewise offer a broad variety of colour and style alternatives from which you can pick the most proper design of paving in Standlake for your house. We will offer suggestions on style, design and all technical aspects of the driveway or patio setup.

      We set up a vast array of domestic and business paving; from forecourts, driveways, courses and outdoor patios through to your garden location with flower beds, raised flower beds, turfing and slabbing.

      Weed free and easy maintenance, paving will not just make your life simpler but can also add value to your residential or commercial property and enhance its look. Picking the most appropriate paving system for your home is really important as it represents a long-term financial investment in your home. All our work is brought out by our own extremely experienced paving contractor in Standlake, OX29.

      Once you have actually chosen the style and colour mix, you can then likewise select from a variety of customized designed functions such as circles, diamonds or perhaps having your initials embedded. This will ensure your paving is genuinely 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 Standlake, OX29

      We are experts at Driveways Standlake. We can lay and construct budget friendly and bespoke driveways for our customers. All our work is done to the greatest of standards. We utilize only quality driveway products beginning with the installation of your base to the completed surface of your driveway to guarantee a resilient driveway setup.

      Paving Standlake, OX29

      We pride ourselves on the quality of our Paving Standlake. We provide a paving service which includes laying paving, replacing old driveways and building patio areas with garden paving in Standlake, OX29.

      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 fully registered paving and outdoor patio installers.
      • AG Paving is proud to be a member of the Britpave, the British Cementitious Paving Association. The Britpave, the British Cementitious Paving Association is preserved just for knowledgeable proficient tradesmen who are masters in their field. In order to become a member and keep membership, all members much preserve high standards of workmanship in all of their projects. To become a member, we went through the guilds’ strict vetting treatments and verifications prior to we were accepted as a member. As a result, you as the consumer can rest ensured that you are hiring a paving contractor with a tested track record and confirmed history of high requirements of work.
      • We have an abundance of experience in creating and installing all types of paving materials; Granite, Sandstone, Limestone, cobblelock, slabs, patios, driveways, gravel, pebble, natural stone and so on
      • We provide you a complete plan. We will supply and install your driveway, garden paving or patio area so you simply have to unwind and take pleasure in the change.
      • We cover all parts of Standlake, OX29.
      • We utilize only high quality and reliable providers for our paving products such as Kilsaran, Roadstone, Double l concrete and All Stone. This guarantees the quality and durability of the products we deal with.
      • Our huge paving installation experience combined with high quality paving and outdoor patio products and our attention to detail, all combine to guarantee you, the client, a premium paving project completed to the highest of standards.
      • Our clients are our organisation, we make every effort to guarantee your fulfillment throughout all phases of your paving or outdoor patio project. We are kept busy mainly by word of mouth so our customers’ satisfaction is our main priority.
      • We do what we say and we say what we do. We end up on time as agreed and without any concealed bonus.
      • We offer totally free call outs and quotes. We will call out to see your existing garden area. At this call out we will discuss possible paving options for your home and will show you samples of the paving materials that would suit your task and budget plan.

      Standlake is a village and civil parish in West Oxfordshire about 5 miles (8 km) southeast of Witney and 7 miles (11 km) west of Oxford, England. The parish includes the hamlet of Brighthampton. The 2011 Census recorded the parish’s population as 1,497. The River Windrush flows past the village and with its tributary Medley Brook it forms much of the eastern boundary of the parish. The western boundary has been subject to changes and disputes in past centuries. It now follows Brighthampton Cut, an artificial land drain dug in the 19th century. The Windrush joins the River Thames at Newbridge just over 1 mile (1.6 km) to the south.

      Palaeolithic axes have been found west of Standlake village and northeast of Brighthampton. Neolithic implements have been found north of Standlake village. Late Bronze Age urn burials have been found in ring ditches north of Brighthampton on Standlake Downs. Evidence of an extensive Iron Age settlement with round huts and storage pits has been found near the Bronze Age site. Sites have been found north and northeast of Standlake village where there were Roman settlements from the middle of the 1st century AD until late in the 2nd century. There was also a Roman settlement west of Standlake village. A large pagan burial ground from the 5th and 6th centuries has been found south of Malthouse Farm in Brighthampton. Burials from the 7th century have been found in the Bronze Age burial ground on Standlake Downs. Brighthampton was first recorded in 984 in the Saxon era, when it was part of the Royal manor of Bampton.

      12th-century documents record the toponym as Stanlache about 1155 and Stanlac in a pipe roll of 1194. The name is derived from Old English, meaning “stony stream and hill”. Standlake emerged as a separate settlement in the middle of the 12th century. The Domesday Book records that in 1086 William FitzOsbern, 1st Earl of Hereford was the feudal overlord of a manor of six hides at Brighthampton. However, this is believed to be the manor that later became known as Standlake. In 1086 FitzOsbern’s mesne lord was Anchetil de Greye, who also held Rotherfield Greys in South Oxfordshire. The mesne lordship remained with the de Greyes until 1192, when John de Greye died without a male heir and his holding Standlake passed to his daughter Eve. Eve’s husband Ralph Murdac took part in a rebellion for which he was deprived of his landholdings in 1194, but after Ralph’s death Richard I restored Standlake to Eve. When Eve died in 1242 the tenure of the manor was divided into quarters, which were not reunited until the 16th century.

      By 1242 Baldwin de Redvers, 3rd Earl of Devon was the overlord of Standlake. When his heir Richard de Redvers, 4th Earl of Devon died in 1193, Standlake passed to the Crown. In 1355-56 Edward III granted Standlake to his daughter Isabella de Coucy. After her death, Richard II granted Standlake to William Montacute, 2nd Earl of Salisbury. Standlake belonged to John of Gaunt, 1st Duke of Lancaster by 1388 and was recorded as part of the Duchy of Lancaster until early in the 16th century. The main part of Standlake Manor House is a timber-framed house built in the 15th century. A chimney stack and a stone fireplace with heraldic decoration were inserted around 1600. The western bay of the medieval house was demolished at some time and only the central and eastern bays survive. A stone-built extension was added to the house in 1889.

      The Church of England parish church of Saint Giles dates from the latter part of the 12th century. It was enlarged in the 13th and 14th centuries and underwent further alterations in about 1500. The Gothic Revival architect C.C. Rolfe restored the building between 1880 and 1891 and the spire was restored in 1911. The west tower has a ring of six bells. Henry III Bagley of Chacombe, Northamptonshire cast the second and third bells in 1709 and the fifth bell in 1710. William Taylor of Loughborough cast the tenor bell in 1843, presumably at the foundry he had at the time in Oxford. Mears and Stainbank of the Whitechapel Bell Foundry cast the treble bell in 1887 and the fourth bell in 1931. St Giles’ also has a Sanctus bell that Thomas Rudhall of Gloucester cast in 1781.

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