Respectable Garden Maintenance Sutton North SM1
As local gardeners we've been serving Sutton North 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.
Enjoy Various Maintenance and Garden Landscaping Services
No matter if you need one time clearance of your garden, or regular maintenance, or some kind of renovation, we can help you out. The gardeners we work with carry their own equipment and can manage any job, no matter big or small.
We also provide and other services in nearby areas including: Sutton SM, Carshalton South and Clockhouse SM5, Carshalton Central SM5, Cheam SM2, Nonsuch SM3, Worcester Park KT4, Beddington South SM6, Morden SM4, Old Malden KT3.
Take addvantage of the numerous gardening and landscape design services we offer. Below you can see a list with the most commonly booked ones:
- Lawn mowing and lawn edging
- Turfing and overseeding of patchy lawns
- Pruning trees
- Trimming bushes and hedges
- Weeding of flowerbeds
- Planting and window boxes installation
- Clearance of overgrown gardens
- Installation of fences, deckings, patios and other garden structures
Get Local Gardening Services Near You
Call 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 SM1Sutton North:
Sutton High School is an independent school for girls aged 3-18 in Sutton, Greater London. It is run by the Girls' Day School Trust (GDST). It was founded in 1884 by the then Girls' Public Day School Trust (GPDST), and was a direct grant grammar school (some pupils having their fees paid by the local authority as in a state grammar school) until this system was abolished in 1976. The first headmistress was Miss Margaret Whyte, and there were 80 pupils on the opening day, 17 January 1884...