Gardener Braintree

Braintree Gardeners: If you have a garden that is looking tired and overgrown, the time has come to get it back in shape. If you are too busy or too idle to do it yourself you are going to have to call in some help. Now, some people in Braintree opt for the "bloke down the road" who can put his hand to anything, while others choose a professional gardener with an established reputation. Whilst formal qualifications are not a requirement for gardeners, a professional is likely to have a wider range of knowledge than that "bloke down the street" and will have a reputation to uphold.

Braintree Gardener

You certainly want a gardener who will treat your garden with respect and not cause it any harm or damage. Thus, your primary goal ought to be to find a gardener in the Braintree district who is known for doing a good job and is regarded as being dependable. If you have a garden containing certain trees and shrubs, the importance of this is even more apparent. Never compromise, get yourself a decent Braintree gardener.

Routine maintenance is the key with all gardens, whether small or large, with a seemingly endless list of jobs to do. More frequent visits will be necessary in the spring and summertime and maybe none at all during the wintertime. In general and are the common jobs that people in Braintree need doing in their gardens. Most Braintree gardeners will also take on jobs like and .

Gardeners in Braintree

How much you pay depends on who you hire, the hourly rate for a professional gardener will be at least £20, while you might get away with £10 - £15 if you take a chance on that "fella down the road". One hours work is not enough to make much impression on your garden, so you should reckon on them needing to spend more time than this. Most gardeners will have a minimum visit time of 2 hours. Travel to and away from your home, bringing in and taking away mowers and tools, and the responsible disposal of your waste all have to be factored in.

Trustworthy Braintree gardeners will never ask for money in advance, so be distrustful of anybody who does. More involved tasks like fencing or decking can be considered an exception, since expensive materials need to be obtained and quite rightly a deposit will be requested. It is quite normal for a gardener to request cash payment, rather than card or cheque, so make sure you have some to hand. Remember to get a receipt whether you pay the gardener by Trust in Blue or My Builder, this negates later disputes.

Before any work commences make sure your gardener is clear about what needs to be done and has a plan of action to complete it. Your gardener will be there to give you advice and guidance on any aspect of your garden, so make the most of his/her knowledge. Make sure that all twigs, weeds and lawn cuttings will be removed and disposed of afterwards, certain gardeners don't do this.

Braintree gardeners can generally help with shed assembly, potting out, plant sourcing, garden trellis, strimming, hedge planting, bedding plants, digging, walling and raised beds, garden design, soft landscaping, water features, the trimming of shrubs and bushes, garden planters and other gardening services in Braintree, Essex.

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