Batchelder and Collins is located on 2305 Granby St, Norfolk, VA. From Norfolk International Airport follow Airport Parking Dep Rd to Norview Ave and head east on Norview Ave toward Airport Parking Dep Rd. Then slight right onto Airport Parking Dep Rd and make a U-turn. After that, continue on Norview Ave and take Chesapeake Blvd. Next, take Lafayette Blvd to Granby St and use the left 2 lanes to turn left onto Norview Ave. At this point, continue straight onto Chesapeake Blvd and pass by 7-Eleven (on the right in 1.2 mi). Then keep right to continue on Lafayette Blvd and continue onto E 26th St. Finally, continue onto E 27th St. Turn left onto Granby St and Batchelder and Collins will be on the right.
We’re open Monday-Friday from 7AM to 4:30PM.
For additional questions, you can call us at (757) 625-2506.
Installer: Outdoor Commercial
Products: Nicolock Stone Ridge Chesapeake Blend, Serafina Firepit in Westchester with Gironde coping.
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