Since the last article was published work at The Hanson Home has stepped up a gear. Last week the overgrown garden was deconstructed by local company Arun Driveways. The transformation in just one day was astounding.

After the trees were felled, Big George and team got busy moving dirt and debris from one side of the property to the other. This was a somewhat painful task but one that was needed to enable access to the house while works continue out the front.

You can see how hardworking and determined these guys are from the amount they achieved at The Hanson’s in a small space of time.

The following day the house was graced with another well respected local companies presence. Family ran haulage company HGS Southern of Horsham. The removal of four loads of green trees, six loads of dirt and one load of large tree stumps saw the guys travel backwards and forwards all day. Somehow the team managed to make light work of this this mammoth task.

As the sun was setting Brad & Sam welcomed two loads of recycled crushed concrete, a final delivery from HGS Southern.The concrete enables the family to have a nice sub base as a temporary driveway, while the works continue.

Big George of Arun Driveways was impressed at the crushed concrete.“This has to be some of the best recycled concrete I’ve seen, it's nice and clean”.

Brad agreed with George's quote, and was quick to praise HGS Southerns customer service and workmanship from start to finish.

We highly recommend HGS to anyone needing removal of soils, concrete, tarmac, hardcore, green waste or contaminated loads from construction or domestic sites across West Sussex and further afield.

Now the space has been cleared the fencing boys can get to work next week. They are due in to erect some stunning new fencing which will surround the perimeter around the property.

All in all its been another successful week at the house, with loads more achieved. Day by day Brad,Rhi and family edge one step closer to their dream home.



January 17, 2023

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