At this time of year, moss tends to become a more evident problem than almost any other time of year. The reason for this is that moss likes nothing more than moisture and shade (including overcast weather). The question is though what are you best to do?Read more
You might think that as a surfacing contractor we would have a vested interest in people replacing their surfaces more and more regularly. Whilst from a purely financial perspective this may be the case, we know though that the happier a customer is with their surface and its appearance, the more likely they are to use us again or recommend us.
So how best can you go about prolonging the life of your surface and keep it looking its best? Here are some handy tips.
Cheltenham Surfacing were recently commissioned by Amey on behalf of Gloucestershire County Council to resurface the road beneath the railway bridge in Hyde Lane, Cheltenham.Read more
Cheltenham Surfacing were delighted to recently be asked to carry out a re-surfacing project for Cheltenham Racecourse.Read more
The work that Cheltenham Surfacing will carry out will be across the county’s road network and includes repairs and full re-surfacing.Read more
Cheltenham Surfacing have invested in a Scania R420 low loader to add to their fleet of vehicles. The lorry is ideally suited to carrying some of the heavier, slower plant and machinery that Cheltenham Surfacing use on larger, typically commercial contracts. The new vehicle enhances Cheltenham Surfacing's capability to service work throughout Gloucestershire and the surrounding counties.Read more
Cheltenham Surfacing wish Martyn White, known by his workmates and colleagues affectionately as Chalky, a long and happy retirement after 43 years service to the firm.Read more
Cheltenham Surfacing wish Alan Carpenter a long and happy retirement after more than 40 years’ service
Cheltenham Surfacing recently said farewell to long serving employee Alan CarpenterRead more
Gloucestershire firm Cheltenham Surfacing have recently completed a prestigious project to extend the helipad at Gloucestershire Royal Hospital, that brings the facility back into use and means air ambulances can once again get patients to the hospital.Read more
Gloucestershire firm Cheltenham Surfacing are launching a new customer survey that will not only ensure the firm lives up to the high standards that it sets itself , but will also lead to a donation to the local charity James Hopkins trust.Read more