Budget Garden Maintenance Worcester Park KT4

Garden Bush Trimming Worcester Park

As a local gardening company in Worcester Park 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.

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.

We also provide and other services in nearby areas including: Old Malden KT3, Carshalton South and Clockhouse SM5, Cheam SM2, West Wimbledon SW20, Alexandra KT5, Nonsuch SM3, Tolworth and Hook Rise KT5, Sutton SM, Sutton North SM1.

With us you can choose from a selection of gardening services. In the list below you can see some of the most frequently requested ones. And if you can't find the service you need, give us a call, we have more to offer.

Garden Trimming Worcester Park

You can choose any of the services listed above on their own, or combine a few of them to have your garden taken care of to the smallest detail. . We deliver our garden maintenance with as little disturbance as possible to your daily routine. Just choose a day and time, leave instructions and we'll be there. Plus, if we can access your garden through a side gate, or if it is a front garden, you don't have to get in contact to the team.

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 KT4Worcester Park:

Sutton High School (London)

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...