• Paving Contractors Stonesfield

    • Welcome To AG Paving Contractors Stonesfield, OX29

      AG Paving is Stonesfield, OX29 based paving contractor that serves Stonesfield and surrounding areas. We provide a wide range of paving and landscaping services at inexpensive rates. We use a complete service; assessment, style, supply, and installation. Whether you are trying to find a total garden overhaul or an easy clean up we make sure to have the perfect option to fit both your taste and spending plan. We have a huge variety of patio and paving choices for you to pick from including; Indian sandstone, granite, limestone, cobblelock, gravel and concrete pieces just among others. We specialise in the installation of natural stone paving, for both driveways and outdoor patios. Our quality and rates will not be beaten. Why not check out our gallery to see our vast variety of paving options and we make certain you’ll find something to fit your taste. We source our quality materials from just the very best and well distinguished suppliers to make sure that the paving we provide to you will stand the test of time. Quality products coupled with our experience in installation indicates that you can feel confident you will have a gorgeous driveway or patio for years to come.

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

      A gorgeous brand-new driveway or outdoor patio location will make a substantial change to your house. We provide a variety in paving styles to suit any styled home, be it of modern-day, traditional or modern design.

      We likewise provide a large range of colour and style alternatives from which you can choose the most appropriate style of paving in Stonesfield for your house. We will use advice on design, layout and all technical aspects of the driveway or outdoor patio setup.

      We set up a large range of domestic and business paving; from forecourts, driveways, paths and patios through to your garden area with flower beds, raised flower beds, turfing and slabbing.

      Weed free-and-easy maintenance, paving will not only make your life simpler however can likewise include worth to your residential or commercial property and boost its appearance. Choosing the most ideal paving system for your house is really crucial as it represents a long-lasting financial investment in your residential or commercial property. All our work is carried out by our own highly experienced paving contractor in Stonesfield, OX29.

      When you have actually selected the design and colour mix, you can then likewise select from a variety of customized developed features such as circles, diamonds or even having your initials embedded. This will guarantee your paving is genuinely unique.

      UK best rated paving contractors in Stonesfield, OX29

      Our services include:

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

      Driveways Stonesfield, OX29

      We are experts at Driveways Stonesfield. We can lay and develop cost effective and bespoke driveways for our customers. All our work is done to the highest of standards. We utilize only quality driveway products beginning with the setup of your base to the ended up surface area of your driveway to guarantee a resilient driveway setup.

      Paving Stonesfield, OX29

      We pride ourselves on the quality of our Paving Stonesfield. We provide a paving service that includes laying paving, replacing old driveways and constructing outdoor patios with garden paving in Stonesfield, 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 completely signed up paving and patio area 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 maintained only for experienced competent tradespersons who are masters in their field. In order to become a member and retain subscription, all members much keep high requirements of workmanship in all of their tasks. To become a member, we underwent the guilds’ rigorous vetting treatments and confirmations prior to we were accepted as a member. As an outcome, you as the client can feel confident that you are hiring a paving contractor with a proven track record and verified history of high requirements of work.
      • We have an abundance of experience in developing and setting up all types of paving products; Granite, Sandstone, Limestone, cobblelock, slabs, outdoor patios, driveways, gravel, pebble, natural stone etc
      • We provide you a full service plan. We will provide and install your driveway, garden paving or outdoor patio so you just have to unwind and take pleasure in the transformation.
      • We cover all parts of Stonesfield, OX29.
      • We utilize only high quality and trusted suppliers for our paving materials such as Kilsaran, Roadstone, Double l concrete and All Stone. This ensures the quality and resilience of the items we deal with.
      • Our large paving setup experience paired with high quality paving and patio area materials and our attention to detail, all combine to ensure you, the client, a premium paving task ended up to the greatest of requirements.
      • Our customers are our organisation, we make every effort to guarantee your fulfillment during all phases of your paving or patio area project. We are kept hectic mainly by word of mouth so our consumers’ satisfaction is our main concern.
      • We do what we state and we state what we do. We complete on time as agreed and without any surprise additionals.
      • We provide free call outs and quotes. We will call out to see your existing garden location. At this call out we will talk about possible paving options for your property and will show you samples of the paving products that would fit your task and budget plan.

      Stonesfield is a village and civil parish about 5 miles (8 km) north of Witney in Oxfordshire, and about 10 miles (17 km) north-west of Oxford. The village is on the crest of an escarpment. The parish extends mostly north and north-east of the village, in which directions the land rises gently and then descends to the River Glyme at Glympton and Wootton about 3 miles (5 km) to the north-east. South of Stonesfield, below the escarpment, is the River Evenlode which touches the southern edge of the parish. At the centre of Stonesfield stands the 13th-century church of St James the Great as well as a Wesleyan chapel, Stonesfield Methodist Church, slightly further west. The village is known for Stonesfield slate, a form of Cotswold stone mined particularly as a roofing stone and also a rich source of fossils. The architecture in Stonesfield features many old Cotswold stone properties roofed with locally mined slate along with some late 20th-century buildings and several properties under construction. The 2011 Census recorded the parish’s population as 1,527.

      Dr Romola Parish, an academic, lawyer, artist, and poet who studied Creative Writing at the University of Oxford has written two poems about Stonesfield during her time as poet in residence at Oxfordshire County Council, working as part of the Oxfordshire Historic Landscape Characterisation (HLC) project. Both poems are from the collection In Polygonia and were both published in The Stonesfield Slate. The first was published in April 2018 and was simply called ‘Stonesfield’ while the second was published in March 2020 on the back page of issue 500 of The Stonesfield Slate and had the title ‘Stuntesfeld’.

      The Domesday Book of 1086 records Stonesfield as Stunsfeld, meaning “fool’s field”. This was because of the stony soil in the area, so the toponym’s mutation is most appropriate. Thomas Hearne used the spelling “Stunsfield” in 1712 and Akerman spelt it “Stuntesfield” in 1854.

      Stonesfield is on the Taynton Limestone Formation, a type of Cotswold stone that until the 20th century was mined as a roofing stone called Stonesfield slate. It is common on roofs of older buildings in the Cotswolds and Oxfordshire. Many of the older buildings of the University of Oxford have Stonesfield slate roofs. The mines were also one of Britain’s richest sources of Middle Jurassic vertebrate fossils. The first fossil bones to be identified as those of a dinosaur were found early in the 19th century near Stonesfield. They are part of the skeleton of a bipedal carnivore, and in 1824 the pioneering palaeontologist William Buckland named it Megalosaurus. The bones are now displayed in the Oxford University Museum of Natural History. Other reptiles found at Stonesfield include the crocodile Steneosaurus, pterosaur Rhamphocephalus and the type specimen of the theropod genus Iliosuchus. Also found here was the type specimen of the quadruped Stereognathus belonging to the clade of animals called cynodonts, which were more like mammals than reptiles.

      The course of Akeman Street Roman road forms part of the south-eastern boundary of the parish. In a field just east of the village is the site of a Roman villa that was very close to the Roman road. A tenant farmer, George Handes (or Hannes), found the villa in 1712 when his plough revealed the remains of a Roman pavement dating from the 3rd or 4th century AD. One of its panels showed the Roman god Bacchus riding a panther. Handes’ landlord, Richard Fowler of Great Barrington, Gloucestershire, did not welcome the discovery and he quarrelled with Handes over any profit to be had from excavating and displaying the pavement. The pavement immediately attracted the interest of the Oxford academic Thomas Hearne, soon followed by Bernard Gardiner. However, in 1724 the pioneering archaeologist William Stukeley reported that Handes had destroyed the pavement as a result of the dispute with Fowler. Nevertheless, in 1780 the antiquarian Daines Barrington reported that much of the room and pavement found in 1712 still survived and a second, smaller room with a tesselated floor was being excavated. At the same time parts of the villa’s baths were also excavated. In 1789 Richard Gough reported in his new edition of William Camden’s Britannia that much of the pavement had been destroyed.

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