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Mitchell Landscaping have been established for 10 years, offering quality advice and services in landscaping, Gardening a...
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26 May

Fencing | Wooden

Feltham - TW14

Enquiry from: ENDA M

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15 May

Fencing | Wooden

Feltham - TW14

Enquiry from: ENDA M

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replace 33 foot of wooden fencing along the side of my garden.

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15 May

Fencing | Wooden

Feltham - TW13

Enquiry from: Janet S

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low fencing 2 panels and small gate are you the property owner: owner of the property property type: terrace how many fence panels are you looking for: 1-2 panels what level of service do you require:...

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10 May

Fencing | Wooden

Feltham - TW13

Enquiry from: Janet S

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07 May

Fencing | Wooden

Feltham - TW14

Enquiry from: Nilesh B

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Requires to replace one side of fencing with Concrete post and new fence

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06 May

Fencing | Wooden

Feltham - TW14

Enquiry from: Enda M

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replacement fencing along 33 feet 4 inch space to include posts and gravel. are you the property owner: owner of the property property type: semi detached how many fence panels are you looking for: 5...

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03 May

Fencing | Wooden

Feltham - TW13

Enquiry from: Janet S

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low fencing 2 panels and small gate are you the property owner: owner of the property property type: terrace how many fence panels are you looking for: 1-2 panels what level of service do you require:...

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30 Apr

Fencing | Wooden

Feltham - TW14

Enquiry from: Tina F

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3 fence panels and fence poles are you the property owner: owner of the property property type: terrace how many fence panels are you looking for: 3-4 panels what level of service do you require: supp...

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22 Apr

Fencing | Wooden

Feltham - TW14

Enquiry from: Tina F

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3 fence panels and fence poles are you the property owner: owner of the property property type: terrace how many fence panels are you looking for: 3-4 panels what level of service do you require: supp...

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05 Feb

Garden | Maintenance & Upkeep

Feltham - TW14

Enquiry from: Jennifer S

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to remove side hedge, around 20ft in length a*** high property type: semi detached are you the property owner: owner do you have a: medium size garden garden type: front garden work required: hedges...

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21 Jan

Fencing | Wooden

Feltham - TW13

Enquiry from: Apinder A

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Customer visited the myfencingprices.co.uk site and submitted an enquiry. Property type: House, Property owner: Owner, Panel number: 1-2 panels, Work description: Need 1 fence panel fitting with pos...

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14 Dec

Fencing | Wooden

Feltham - TW13

Enquiry from: April K

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we have had our gates at the back of our shop that have been kicked in. they either need repairing or replacing. are you the property owner: owner of the property property type: commercial how many ...

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20 Sep

Garden | Maintenance & Upkeep

Feltham - TW13

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18 Aug

Fencing | Wooden

Feltham - TW14

Enquiry from: Napolean C

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I need to fix 4 nos fence with concrete posts. And painting.

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19 May

Garden | Maintenance & Upkeep

Feltham - TW14

Enquiry from: Pam K

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10 May

Fencing | Wooden

Feltham - TW13

Enquiry from: Sandra T

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customer visited the myfencingprices.co.uk site and submitted an enquiry. property type: other property owner: owner, panel number: 5+, work description: wood fence broken by the wind need repairing ...

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06 May

Garden | Artificial Grass

Feltham - TW13

Enquiry from: Pradip K

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i need artificial grass gardening and fitting property type: residential are you the owner of the area: yes what area are you looking to have covered: small garden (less than 40m sq) time scale: less...

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13 Apr

Fencing | Wooden

Feltham - TW13

Enquiry from: Tess O

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customer visited the myfencingprices.co.uk site and submitted an enquiry. property type: terrace property owner: owner, panel number: 1-2 panels, work description: new feather edge fence replacem*** ...

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29 Mar

Fencing | Wooden

Feltham - TW14

Enquiry from: Kam S

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9 or 10, 5 feet tall post installed in soil, front garden are you the property owner: owner of the property property type: semi detached what level of service do you require: install only

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11 Mar

Fencing | Wooden

Feltham - TW14

Enquiry from: Rosemary C

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How much do Landscaper services cost?

How much do Landscapers cost? Prices for Landscapers in 2022 can vary depending on the type of work that you want to have performed in your home.

If you’ve decided to hire a landscaping professional for your outdoor area, you’ll probably be wondering how much it’s going to cost so you can start planning. A landscape garden serves a wide range of purposes from beautification of your surrounding and building to serving as a perfect spot for family and friends’ get-togethers and to brighten up one’s life. However, we must also note that the landscaping does not come cheap. In order to make it look great and send a clear message, there’s need for an effective and careful planning as well as consideration which perfectly combines both beauty and utility (as not every landscaping idea works perfectly for every house). So, just how much do landscapers charge?

Just like most home improvement projects, the price of charged by landscapers is influenced by a wide array of factors. These factors include the scope of the project, the size of the landscape, the type of material and size of your patio, the cost of the plants and mulches, the professional daily or hourly rate as well as the unique treatment of the aesthetics of planting.

In general, landscapers can charge as little as a price ranging from £15 to £20 and £45 per hour greatly influenced by the location as well as the landscaping services required. As a daily rate, professional landscapers tend to charge about £140 to £200 per day. However, it should be noted that the major factors influencing the price that a landscaper will charge is based on the area you live in as well as the size of your garden. For instance, if you live in an area with higher demands like London, you can expect to be charged a lot more than anywhere else.

The table reveals the sorts of work that Landscapers commonly do and also the typical cost range of these projects. Some jobs take longer to finish than others so prices do differ by task.

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The average price
of a Landscaper in Feltham is:

£1,478

Landscaper job Landscaper cost in 2022
Wooden fencing in Feltham £1,125-£1,725
Landscaping in Feltham £2,250-£3,450
Garden maintenance and upkeep in Feltham £188-£288
Wooden decking in Feltham £1,125-£1,725
Artificial Grass in Feltham £3,000-£4,600
Garden shed in Feltham £450-£690
Garden lighting in Feltham £320-£480
Driveway repair in Feltham £1,520-£2,280
Lawn Care in Feltham £130-£200

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Landscaper FAQs

How to tell which fence is yours?

If there’s a fence dividing yours and your neighbour’s properties that needs maintaining or replacing, you’ll want to know who owns it. Start by checking your deeds to see if there’s an existing boundary agreement. If there isn’t, have a chat with them to see if you can come to an arrangement yourselves.

How to lay artificial grass?

Laying artificial grass is a popular project – it’s a great way to create a smart, low-maintenance garden. There are plenty of professionals around who are experts at installing artificial grass, but it’s possible to DIY too if you’re feeling confident.

Lots of homeowners choose to replace their existing turf with artificial grass, so lay it on soil. To do this, start by clearing the area of any greenery or turf. Then remove any extra soil to a depth of about 40mm. You might want to leave the centre of your area slightly higher than the edges for a more natural look.

Next, you need to add a weed membrane and a sharp sand sub-base. It doesn’t really matter which one of these you do first, but you might find it easier to lay the weed membrane first and then use the sand to weigh it down, to a depth of about 35mm. Use a rake and plank to make the sand level, and compact it with a plank and heavy hammer. It doesn’t need to be completely flat – gentle slopes are fine. The weed membrane should overlap joints by 300mm.

After you’ve done this, you can lay your grass. Roll it out, trim it to size and fasten it in place. Make sure the ends of the grass rolls are staggered so they don’t end in a line. Lay the artificial grass with the pile (the strands) leaning towards the house so it looks nice and full when you’re looking out from the house. If you’ve decided to use edging boards, you can nail the grass into the tops of the boards. Or, if you haven’t, use ground pins to anchor it into the soil. Brush the grass and you’re done!

how to lay garden slabs

Garden slabs are a joy to behold but only when done the right way. Well, the installation of paving slabs shouldn’t be exceed digging a little here and there, buying a small amount of mortar and pressing down the garden slab, right? Absolutely not! But we must admit how great it would have been if only it were that easy in real life. Let’s be honest, in reality, laying garden slabs does not only require you to prepare your sub-base painstakingly and mix your mortar using the appropriate materials, but you’d also have to work with accurate and precise paver placements to guarantee the patio’s longevity. Consequently, this happens to be a stressful and quite tricky challenge. If you lack the required confidence to pull this off, we’d recommend you hire the services of a seasoned professional who can guarantee the best results and also save you time and extra cash that may result from possible costly errors. In this guide, you’d gain more insight into the garden slabs laying process.

 

To get started, you’ll need sharp sand, cement, shovel, wheelbarrow, pointing trowel, rubber mallet, spirit level, jointing compound, hard-bristled brush and tarpaulin.

  1. Mix a layer of mortar for each paver.
  2. Apply the mixed mortar onto the sub base by using the trowel.
  3. Slot the first flag in place and ensure not to stain the paver’s surface with the mixed mortar.
  4. Using a rubber mallet, carefully tap the paver to the mortar bed. Once done, ensure the surface is even with a spirit level.
  5. Take a measurement of the gap between the pavers
  6. Repeat the above steps until all pavers have been perfectly laid
  7. Leave the pavers to dry for about 1 to 2 days. You can protect it using a tarpaulin if concerned about rain.
  8. Use the jointing compound to fill up the paver gaps to bind together the pavers. Ensure to wipe off any excess compound using the hard-bristled brush.
how to repair a paved driveway?

Generally, a paved driveway is always subjected to regular usage and yours isn’t likely to be an exception, otherwise you won’t be here. Regular usage automatically necessitates regular maintenance of the driveway in order to extend its lifespan, make your property safer and add more value to it. This maintenance will involve a frequent inspection of the paved driveway so as to identify and repair divots, cracks as well as rutting. Paved driveways usually have a lifespan ranging between 15 to 20 years, but this can only be guaranteed when backed by regular maintenance activities. Failure to provide your paved driveway with a regular maintenance will lead to a rapid deterioration within just a couple of years after installation. \

The issues commonly faced by paved driveways is usually different based on several factors such as the weather, your location, your property’s sub base as well as some other elements. The ability to identify the problems and solve or repair them on time is key to success while it’s also save you some time and money. In this article we’re going to look at how to go about do-it-yourself tasks that involves minor cracks. More intense damages are advised to be handled only by professionals.

✓ Prepare the area. Clear the debris, weed the plants or vegetation (if any).

✓ Use a strong spray from a garden hose to wash clean the cracks

✓ In the event whereby the crack is deep, simply fill it until it reach about a quarter inch of the surface with sand.

✓ Tamp down the sand to make it more compact.

✓ Apply a patching compound to the surface of the cracked paved driveway.

✓ Leave it for some time to cure.

✓ Once cured, you can then apply your sealant.

Why has my driveway sunk?

Driveways usually sink because they haven’t been laid properly. They may not have been dug deep enough, or the installer might not have used the right materials. This will need to be corrected at the earliest opportunity, although in extreme cases, the driveway may need to be completly be relaid.

how to repair hole in asphalt driveway?

Is there a hole in your asphalt driveway you feel you can repair yourself? If it’s something you know you can confidently do then this step by step guide is just for you. If otherwise, then we’d recommend you hire the services of a reliable professional who can guarantee the best results while also saving you some time and extra money that could result from possible errors. In this article, we’d go over the reparation process of an asphalt driveway with a hole in it.

✓ Get the necessary tools. You’re going to need a broom ( to clean the area), caulking gun ( to fill the hole), a hand tamp a plate compactor or a hammer ( to level the filled in hole) and a weeding glove (just in case there are weeds growing in the hole).

✓ Prepare the area. Do this by weeding the plants or weeds that might have grown inside the hole and identify your asphalt filler.

✓ Wet your soil, if necessary. It’s important to note that this is only necessary if your soil is dry to help the filler stick properly.

✓ Fill in deep holes. If the hole goes down about 3 to 4 inches or more, simply fill it with any material like rocks, clay etc.

✓ Apply the asphalt filler. Fill the hole with the asphalt filler to about half an inch higher than the surface of the driveway.

✓ Level the filler. For a large hole, make use of a plate compactor or a hand stamp, but a hammer will be sufficient for smaller holes.

✓ Cover the hole, if necessary. If your home isn’t level, covering your hole with a piece of plywood is advisable.

✓ Clean off the seal. After the asphalt looks done and in place, simply brush away the debris from the seal to finish off the project.

Does artifical grass get hot?

On a hot summer’s day, we often seek our garden lawn as a cooling place to sit and get some relief from the sun. However, since artificial grass is made from plastic, lots of people ask whether it gets hot, or whether it stays like natural grass. The answer is, it’s somewhere in between.

Of course, we all know to stay in the shade in midday sun and this is when your artificial grass will be at its hottest. Unless it is an extremely hot say and your lawn is in direct sunlight, you should still be able to walk on your artificial grass. The best thing to do is test it using the back of your hand before anyone walks over it with bare feet or children go to play on it.

In the shade, artificial grass should always maintain a cool temperature, although it will never have that refreshing feel of cold grass on a hot day. It will also cool down extremely quickly as the day goes on, so if your grass does get too hot it shouldn’t be unusable for too long.

Artificial grass has to meet high safety standards and most are UV stabilised, which means that they can withstand high temperatures without melting or getting extremely hot. It’s worth remembering that hot countries like Dubai use artificial grass, so the occasional hot day in a British summer should be enough for artificial grass to handle!

how to build garden steps

Chances are at some point you’d probably given a though about how steps would fit in perfectly in your garden, except of course, your yard and garden is flat. Adding steps and gardens makes it a lot easier to get around your yard while also enhancing its curb appeal. In order to avoid the cost of hiring a professional to get the task done, you might be tempted to make it a DIY task. However, if you lack the required skill and confidence to pull this off, we’d strongly recommend you call in a professional so as to avoid costly errors. In this post, we’re going to take you through the garden steps building process. Let’s take a look!

  1. Measure the vertical height of the slope by marking it with two parallel lines. Once done, proceed by connecting a string line to the slope’s top and hold it in a horizontal way, take a measurement of the flight’s length and breadth. Divide the measurement by 200mm to get the number of steps that’ll be required. Then proceed to divide the number by the height to identify the depth of each step.
  2. Working downwards from the flight’s top, dig the step shapes and also dig a shallow trench and install a concrete foundation.
  3. Enable the foundation to harden by leaving it for about 48 hours, then install two courses of bricks on the concrete strip and use gravel to backfill.
  4. With the help of a trowel, apply mortar to the top of the brickwork. Place the first slab on the mortar bed and press down. Then, make use of a spirit level to make sure that the steps are level.
  5. On the back edge of the first tread, you should proceed to build the second rise, backfill and install the slab to form the second tread – just like the previous step. Repeat this process until you’ve gotten to the top of the flight.

Landscaper help and advice

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