Budget Garden Maintenance East Dulwich SE22
As a local gardening company in East Dulwich we provide a wide range of services to our customers. We work with some of the best local tradesmen, who are carefully trained and DBS checked. We've served the area for almost 10 years, and have worked for hundreds of private customers, as well as commercial properties.
The gardeners offer a variety of garden maintenance services, that will make your garden look amazing. Below you can see a short list with some of the task we can help with as part of the service. Have in mind that these are the most commonly booked tasks, but are not the only ones we offer:
- Hedge trimming
- Tree pruning
- Leaves removal
- Weeds and ivy removal
- Lawn mowing
- Patio and pathway pressure washing
- Flowers and veggie garden planting
- Patio, shed, deck and fence installation
All gardening teams come fully equipped with all needed tools. They are also wearing protective masks and gloves, as we know how important it is to keep you safe in this pandemic. We offer services with minimum contact, so that you can avoid meeting the teams. Leave instructions when making your booking and ensure some side access to your garden, and you can watch the gardeners work from the comfort of your sofa.
Variety of Garden Maintenance and Renovation Services
No matter if you need one time or regular garden maintenance, or thorough garden renovation, we will gladly help you. We understand the current lockdown situation and how important it is to customers to have tidy gardens, that is why we're here to help you.
Get Local Gardening Services Near You
Call 020 3404 5176 or use the orange Book Online button to make an instant booking. You can also request a call back vie the request a service form.
Here is some local information relating to SE22East Dulwich:
The Lewisham rail crash (1857) occurred just east of Lewisham railway station on 28 June 1857 and killed 11 people. The 14-carriage 21:15 from Strood, which was running 15 minutes late, pulled up 200 yards short of Lewisham station at a red signal. The guard took a red lamp to the rear of the train to warn the 21:30 train following. When he heard the approaching train he ran towards it blowing his whistle and waving the lamp...