Which cleaner is best for patio stains?

Which cleaner is best for patio stains?

All patios need regular maintenance to keep them looking their best. You can remove most patio stains with hot soapy water and a stiff brush. Occasionally you may get more stubborn stains from organic material or chemicals which need some extra attention. If this...

Coronavirus update

UPDATE: We are pleased to reassure our customers, trade and retail, that we will remain open and operating as usual during the coming month. As always, your safety is our priority so we continue to operate our Covid secure measures in line with government guidance....
Photo competition giveaway!

Photo competition giveaway!

Win a free pair of premium Marcrist cutting blades worth over £200 in our photo competition giveaway! These 230mm cutting discs could be yours…! For a chance to win… the Marcrist BF750 Fast Precision Diamond Cutting Disc (worth £51.30) and FZ850 Diamond...
Must-have features for cosy outdoor living

Must-have features for cosy outdoor living

Now more than ever, if you’re lucky enough to have an outside space, it could be the most convenient and relaxing place to see friends and family. Home entertaining will not only save on the cost of going out, you’ll be guaranteed personal space and good...
Why choose composite decking?

Why choose composite decking?

Composite decking has grown in popularity over recent years because it offers some advantages over other hard surfaces. Like any kind of decking, a composite deck will need less ground preparation than laying a patio. This means it can be a good option for you if your...
Easy projects for your lockdown garden

Easy projects for your lockdown garden

With no end to lockdown in sight, it’s no wonder there has been a surge of interest in starting a garden, whether in part of your plot or an empty shoebox. Our friends at the Blackwater Valley Countryside Trust set out three easy steps to get you growing, even...
Working with natural stone suppliers

Working with natural stone suppliers

Cliff and Ian recently visited some of our granite, limestone and slate suppliers in Southern India to take a close look at their latest production methods and improvements in working conditions. In this blog, we’ll be asking Cliff about what he learned from the...
Which grout do I choose for my paving project?

Which grout do I choose for my paving project?

When it comes to laying a patio, there are many jointing compounds or grouts you can use to fill the gaps between your paving units: from simple sand and cement mortar, to two-part epoxy resins like GftK VDW. Each product has some important differences which means...
Visit us at the Landscape Show

Visit us at the Landscape Show

We’ll be showcasing some of our favourite products at this industry-leading event on 17 and 18 September at Battersea Park. Why not keep abreast of the latest landscaping knowledge and join us for a preview of our collection of natural stone and porcelain paving...
Apply now to get your landscaping project recognised

Apply now to get your landscaping project recognised

We’re delighted to be sponsoring the Hard Landscaping category in this year’s Small Project Big Impact awards. These awards celebrate the talent that goes into creating beautiful gardens for under £25k. Smaller projects often get overlooked in the industry...
Create a bug hotel

Create a bug hotel

The estimated 24 million private gardens in Britain are thought to cover an area bigger than all of our national nature reserves combined. But many newer properties simply don’t have all the natural nooks and crannies that our insects need. And pollinating...
How to plan a new driveway

How to plan a new driveway

Planning your perfect driveway The value of kerb appeal is not to be under-estimated. The front of your house creates an important first impression, adds value to your property and makes a huge difference to the welcome you get when you return home. Whilst you may...
How to make a mini pond for your garden

How to make a mini pond for your garden

If you liked our blog on how to create a pond, and maybe didn’t have enough time or space, this post is for you. Our friends at the Blackwater Valley Countryside Trust give some top tips on how to create mini pond. Using a small container like a Belfast sink,...
How to look after decking

How to look after decking

Timber decking is a beautiful asset to a garden. It can be a great way of levelling out an uneven garden, creating a roof terrace or extending an inside space at the same level. Decking can provide the perfect platform for eating, entertaining or relaxing. However,...
Splash out on a pond!

Splash out on a pond!

If you’re looking to attract wildlife to your garden, you’ll be amazed by the difference a wildlife pond will make. Our friends at the Blackwater Valley Countryside Trust have some great ideas on how to create a pond, below… this could be the perfect...
Keep bees buzzing in your garden

Keep bees buzzing in your garden

This is the first in a series of wildlife gardening blogs we’re publishing with the kind help of our friends at the Blackwater Valley Countryside Trust. We want to do our bit to help wildlife and share some of the simple things you can do to help nature thrive...
New benefits for Trade customers

New benefits for Trade customers

As well as putting together this season’s stunning paving collection, we’ve been busy working on a new account scheme for our valued trade customers. This week we’re excited to be launching Kebur Trade Pro. Having listened carefully to our regular...
Monthly photo competition giveaway!

Monthly photo competition giveaway!

Each month we will be offering a free Ox Tool in our monthly photo competition giveaway. Simply post a photo of a landscaping project that you are most proud of and tag @keburgardens on Twitter or @keburgardenmaterials on Facebook to be entered into a draw. The...
Introducing new natural stone this season

Introducing new natural stone this season

  As we move into a new year and the new landscaping season approaches us quickly, we are pleased to announce some exciting additions to our natural stone paving collection. First let’s start with our popular Sandstone and Limestone Trade Pack Range.  ...
Choosing our Kebur products

Choosing our Kebur products

How we maintain a great range of quality landscaping materials Kebur’s Director, Cliff Mosey, is responsible for sourcing all our landscaping materials, ensuring they meet our customers’ needs. Fresh back from international stone and porcelain trade fairs in Italy,...
4 reasons why you should care about soil structure

4 reasons why you should care about soil structure

Despite what you might think, the most important part of our soil could be the space between the soil particles. About half of the total mass of soil is made of up interconnecting cavities or holes. These holes fill with both air and water. The amount of air and water...
The Kebur story

The Kebur story

How we started In the 1950s, after serving in the Second World War, local man George Bursey saw an opportunity to set up a landscaping and tree surgery business in the Aldershot area. He was quick to notice a gap in the market for good quality landscape products. In...
The power of outdoors

The power of outdoors

With National Gardening Week in full swing, it’s great to see so many activities celebrating our outdoor spaces. We are hearing more than ever about the power of green space and gardens to improve our social, physical and mental wellbeing. School gardening projects...
Keep kids happy this summer without leaving home!

Keep kids happy this summer without leaving home!

If you’re looking for a quick and easy way to keep your children entertained this summer, why not create a place for activity and adventure right in your own back garden? Who doesn’t love a sand pit? Using railway sleepers, you’ll have one built in no time. Build a...