Driveways & Paving
The perfect driveway for you
John Lessels Landscapes have been awarded a “best driveway” award by Marshalls, one of, if not the leading supplier in stone for driveways and paths in the UK. We were also recognised as being a long standing installer on the register, for 10 years, much longer than any other Edinburgh Driveway Specialist.
Whilst we are proud to be served the award, our feet are firmly on the ground as we seek to deliver creative and highly functional driveways to all of our customer, domestic or commercial for driveways and patios in Edinburgh and Midlothian.
We pride ourselves on the high-quality finish that we produce on our patios and pathways, from the planning to the construction, our team of Landscape Gardeners offer a wealth of experience and above all a exceptional level of service to all of our clients located throughout Edinburgh and the Lothians.
Working closely together
Whether you are looking to have more parties outside or are simply looking to cut down on the amount of grass you have to cut, adding a new patio and pathways works wonders and will make your garden more accessible for you and the family than it was before
We realise that a driveway can be more than just a place to park the family car, with creative edging and the correct choice of stone, we can create a driveway which both suits your needs and makes you a fundamental part of the design process. Unlike other companies we work very closely with our customers listening to your needs and delivering a service which creates a perfect driveway and creates the best impact – your driveway can both make a statement about you and also add value to your property.
We work with a number of suppliers of stone, paving and hard landscaping materials, we deal with major providers such as Marshalls, Bradstone and Tobermore stone products, as they can offer samples of the paving and driveway materials which lets you look and touch the material our landscaping team with be working with, this gives you a better insight into the material rather than imagining the quality from catalogues and brochures.