Gardener Rugby

Rugby Gardeners: If you wake up one day and realise just how untidy and overgrown your garden has become, it might be appropriate to call in somebody to help you out, unless you can find the time in your busy life to tackle it yourself. It's often easy to just bring in the "guy down the street" who does odd jobs and gardening on the side, but think carefully, would a proper gardener be a better choice? Whilst a professional gardener might not necessarily have qualifications he/she will likely know considerably more than that "fella down the road".

Rugby Gardener

You need your cherished garden to be given a degree of respect by whoever is looking after it. So, your main objective must be to find a trustworthy Rugby gardener who has a reputation for doing an excellent job. The importance of this cannot be stressed enough, when certain shrubs and trees are involved. Find yourself a decent Rugby gardener, not just any guy who knocks on your door.

Routine maintenance is the key with all gardens, whether small or large, with a seemingly endless list of jobs to do. These repeat jobs will have to be done a lot more often in springtime and summer, dying off to nothing by winter. Typical jobs that Rugby people need doing in their gardens include: and . It is likely that your gardener will also help you with and .

Gardeners in Rugby

Don't expect to get a decent gardener for peanuts, while that "fella down the road" might only ask for £10 to £12 per hour, you're unlikely to get a professional for much less than £20 an hour. You should anticipate your gardener needing more time than one hour is he/she is to get your garden looking good again. Certain Rugby gardeners will want 2 or more hours work each time they visit your garden. When you take into consideration travelling time, getting equipment on and off the van, and going to the local tip with your garden waste, this is understandable.

Payment in advance is not something that gardeners usually ask for, so be cautious if your gardener requires this. Ensure you have some cash to hand on gardening day because most gardeners prefer this kind of payment when they have finished. To avoid the possibility of disputes in the future always ask your gardener for a receipt.

Make out a list of gardening jobs that require attention and be transparent about your expectations before the work starts. Planning out exactly what goes where in your garden is important, the help and guidance of your gardener will help you to get it right. Ensure that the gardener will take away lawn cuttings, weeds and twigs afterwards, not all do this.

Rugby gardeners will likely help with tree planting, the trimming of shrubs and bushes, digging, tree surgery, strimming, shrub planting, plant sourcing, hedge planting, the installation of patios, garden tidying, snow clearance, power washing, garden electrics, hard landscaping and other gardening services in Rugby, Warwickshire.

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