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We are happy that you have decided to visit our Internet site. As a contemporary business, we want to give you the opportunity to stay up to date with our company and what service we offer. DCH Services was established by David Hardwick , a graduate in Hard landscaping and Garden services.

The company has grown and diversified into different areas of the landscaping business. We are making every effort to present you with the entire spectrum of our work as soon as possible. A The emphasis of this site mainly deals with hard landscaping and garden construction but we also do garden design as well if requested. We are a company that specialises in the following areas of garden construction:

* Patios
* All types of paving
* Concrete Foundations
* Decking Systems
* New Lawns
* Fences and Railings
* All types of Brickwork
* Water and Rock Features
* Garden Irrigation
* Garden Design and Maintenance

If you are not familiar with our company and your first contact with us is on-line: We would be pleased to hear from you! Please let us know what your needs and questions are, we will be more than happy to help.

In brief, you should know the following about us: our company has been in existence since April 2000 and had been responsible for a providing a professional garden service. Our regular customers particularly value the work that we do and references can be supplied if requested. Our business is located North Cave
We landscape gardens and design gardens in Goole, Hull and beverley areas.

Excluding Kingston upon Hull, there are several areas of settlement in the East Riding each giving rise to distinctive types of small to medium sized towns and villages. Cottingham and Willerby are exceptional in that they are suburban villages which are almost contiguous with the Hull urban area. Bridlington is the most populous of the coastal settlements which also include Flamborough, Hornsea, Withernsea and Aldbrough. Towns and villages on the flat agricultural area of Holderness are Hedon and Roos and nestling in the Great Wold Valley is Rudston. Along the eastern foot of the Wolds lie Beverley, Bishop Burton, Driffield and Lockington. In the low lying lands close to the Humber Estuary are Goole, Brough, North Ferriby, Hessle and Kirk Ella. Stamford Bridge, Pocklington, Market Weighton, Holme-on-Spalding-Moor, Howden and South Cave all lie to the north and west of the area, between the River Derwent and the scarp slope of the Wolds

Landscape gardener :
* Adlingfleet
* Aike
* Airmyn
* Aldbrough

* Allerthorpe
* Anlaby Common
* Arnold
* Arram

* Arras
* Asselby
* Atwick
* Aughton
* Bainton
* Balkholme
* Barmby on the Marsh
* Barmby on the Moor
* Barmston
* Beeford
* Belby
* Bellasize
* Bempton
* Benningholme Hall
* Bentley
* Bessingby
* Beswick
* Beverley

* Bewholme
* Bielby
* Bishop Burton
* Bishop Wilton
* Blacktoft
* Bolton
* Boynton
* Brandesburton
* Brantingham
* Breighton
* Bridlington
* Brigham
* Brind
* Broadgate Farm

* Broomfleet
* Brough
* Bubwith
* Buckton
* Bugthorpe
* Burland
* Burnby
* Bursea
* Burshill
* Burstwick
* Burton Agnes
* Burton Constable
* Burton Fleming
* Burton Pidsea