High Standard Garden Maintenance Holborn and Covent Garden WC2
As local gardeners we've been serving Holborn and Covent Garden for almost 10 years. We've served both - private and commercial gardens, and we know how important it is to provide an immaculate service.
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.
Below you can see some of the gardening Holborn and Covent Garden WC2 services we offer. For more information on our services or a detailed list, call us. We offer:
- Trimming and pruning of hedges and small bushes
- Leaf clearance and removal
- Planting and weeding
- Lawn mowing
- Patio and driveway jet washing
- Complete garden clearance of overgrown gardens
- Purning of trees of up to 4m in height
- Decking and fence installation and repair
Hire Gardeners Holborn and Covent Garden WC2
For quick and easy bookings on our affordable services, call now! Our customer advisers are expecting your call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. And if you prefer to make a booking online, just fill in our request a service form to get a callback or use the orange BOOK ONLINE button on the left.
Here is some local information relating to WC2Holborn and Covent Garden:
The Lyceum Theatre is a 2,100-seat West End theatre located in the City of Westminster, on Wellington Street, just off the Strand. There has been a theatre with this name in the locality since 1765, and the present site opened on 14 July 1834 to a design by Samuel Beazley. The building was unique in that it had a balcony overhanging the dress circle. It was built by the partnership of Peto & Grissell...