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21 May

Garden | Maintenance & Upkeep

Warrington - WA4

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I'm looking for a gardener for regular maintenance of my garden

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20 May

Garden | Maintenance & Upkeep

Wirral - CH63

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we would like grass cut on a regular basis and the borders cleared of weeds and maintained please are you the property owner: owner property type: semi detached

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20 May

Garden | Landscaping

Northwich - CW8

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tidy up of driveway, new stone covering, removal of ivy. back garden pruning and stump removal.

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20 May

Garden | Maintenance & Upkeep

Sale - M33

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one off tidy up then maintenance program are you the property owner: owner property type: semi detached do you have a: large garden garden type: back garden work required: hedges current state of gar...

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20 May

Garden | Maintenance & Upkeep

Chester - CH3

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tidy up of bushes and weeding - front and back of house. no lawn to mow. are you the property owner: tenant (with permission) property type: detached do you have a: medium size garden garden type: ...

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20 May

Fencing | Wooden

Manchester - M40

Enquiry from: Diane L

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plants moving, patio laying, fencing work required: planting, paving, fencing/walls

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20 May

Garden | Maintenance & Upkeep

Prenton - CH43

Enquiry from: Chris H

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overgrown weeds in the yard, near clearing and removing are you the property owner: tenant (with permission) property type: terrace do you have a: small garden garden type: back garden work required: ...

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19 May

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Birkenhead - CH42

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front garden grass cut and tidy up are you the property owner: owner property type: semi detached do you have a: small garden garden type: front garden work required: other current state of garden: th...

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19 May

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Ellesmere Port - CH66

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Re-laying flags in back garden plus a sitting area designing and creating please.

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19 May

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Rossendale - BB4

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back hedge needs trimming are you the property owner: owner property type: semi detached do you have a: medium size garden garden type: back garden work required: hedges current state of garden: the g...

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19 May

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Newton-le-Willows - WA12

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lawn mowing back garden, 8 metre x 13 metre please quote for 1. once a month 2. twice a month thanks are you the property owner: tenant (with permission) property type: semi detached do you have a:...

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19 May

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Chorley - PR7

Enquiry from: Jon H

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hi due to having two strokes in sept 21 i can no longer manage our garden. we require lawn mowing, weeding, pruning, fir tree trimming and then a 4-weekly service. can you do that and if so how much? ...

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19 May

Garden | Maintenance & Upkeep

Bolton - BL5

Enquiry from: Anthony W

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cut rear garden twice per month until sept approx 8m x 7m are you the property owner: owner property type: semi detached do you have a: medium size garden garden type: back garden work required: other...

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19 May

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Birkenhead - CH42

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rear lawn cut. 15x20m size. grass should have been cut before my month vacation but we were let down. ithe grass is now very long. are you the property owner: tenant (with permission) property type: s...

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19 May

Garden | Landscaping

Manchester - M28

Enquiry from: Rose B

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Back garden Paving removal, new paving installed for patio area, small path leading to small decking area at the back of the garden. The rest of the area grass and hedges/trees and plants lining eith...

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19 May

Garden | Decking

Nantwich - CW5

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clean up the decking and repaint are you the property owner: owner of the property property type: detached what level of service do you require: supply and deck please call to appoint

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18 May

Garden | Maintenance & Upkeep

Stockport - SK4

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customer made an enquiry for garden maintenance and confirmed on the quotatis site they would like quotes from a landscaper.mrs lives in the stockport area and would like a call to discuss options.see...

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18 May

Fencing | Wooden

Stockport - SK4

Enquiry from: Gill M

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i need the present concrete posts and barge boards removed (the wooden panels are falling apart and can be disposed of by myself). i then need a wooden fence making from scratch that is 25ft long a d ...

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18 May

Garden | Maintenance & Upkeep

Poulton-le-Fylde - FY6

Enquiry from: Melissa C

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back garden mowing, front chopping and weeding. are you the property owner: owner property type: semi detached do you have a: medium size garden garden type: back garden, front garden work required: l...

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18 May

Fencing | Wooden

Bury - BL8

Enquiry from: Lynne H

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18fence panels removing dipping in dark brown and replacing are you the property owner: owner of the property how many fence panels are you looking for: 5+ panels property type: semi detached

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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 North West is:

£1,381

Landscaper job Landscaper cost in 2022
Wooden fencing in North West £688-£2,113
Landscaping in North West £2,250-£3,450
Garden maintenance and upkeep in North West £188-£288
Wooden decking in North West £1,125-£1,725
Artificial Grass in North West £3,000-£4,600
Garden shed in North West £450-£690
Garden lighting in North West £320-£480
Driveway repair in North West £850-£1,340
Lawn Care in North West £130-£200

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Landscaper FAQs

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.
How to join artificial grass?
If you’re covering a larger area with artificial grass, you may need to join sections together. You can do this using self-adhesive joining tape, or joining tape and a separate adhesive. Steps to join artificial grass
  1. Unroll your two pieces of artificial grass, ensuring that the pile is running in the same direction. Fold over each piece by about 300m.
  2. To get the perfect seam, cut at least 3 tufts back, ensuring that you don’t trim any grass blades.
  3. Either remove the backing on your self-adhesive tape and unroll it down the centre of the join, or roll it out ensuring that the shiny side is down then fix at either end with adhesive.
  4. Fold over the grass onto the tape and bring each piece together, ensuring there’s a 2-3mm gap at the seam.
  5. Where the pile runs over the edge of the seam, fold over the artificial grass.
  6. Apply a small amount of adhesive under the edge of the first section of grass with a mastic gun, then add some to the front edge to stick the second piece.
  7. Bring the seam together, ensuring that you don’t get any grass blades stuck. Place a plank with some heavy objects on over the join to ensure that it dries securely.
It’s not that difficult to join artificial grass, but if you have any doubt leave it to the professionals. Get in touch with a few artificial grass companies who will be able to tell you how much it will cost to lay artificial turf for you.
What’s the difference between hard and soft landscaping?

Hard landscaping refers to structural elements like patios, pathways, paving and sheds, usually required for a complete garden overhaul. Soft landscaping means plants, grass and trees, this can usually be managed by a general gardener and requires little disruption.

how to repair a pothole in gravel driveways?

How To Repair A Pothole In Gravel Driveways

When the integrity of your gravel driveway is impaired not only does it have a negative impact on the curb appeal of your property, but also makes your driveway a danger zone. If your driveway needs to be repaired, you’d simply have to grab the bull by the horn and get it done - the sooner, the better to avoid the problem getting worse and to have your beautiful gravel driveway back as soon as possible.

The major cause of potholes in driveways is usually water, when it gets trapped beneath the surface of the driveway. Therefore, you may also want to enhance the drainage in the area as part of your repair. The repair process is quite simple for confident do-it-yourselfers, but if otherwise, then calling in a reliable professional will save you some time and extra money that can result from possible errors. So how do you repair gravel driveway potholes?

✓ Prepare the area. This involves removing all forms of debris from the pothole. To achieve this, you can rake, shovel or brush the loose stones, soil and other debris from the pothole.

✓ Fill the pot hole. Make use of a coarse gravel to fill up the pothole to a depth of about 3 inches beneath the driveway’s level. Upon the filling, simply tamp down the coarse gravel using a commercial tamper or any available homemade option. Once done, the final 3 inches to the surface of the gravel driveway should then be filled up with gravel which perfectly matches the colour and texture of the remaining driveway.

✓ Compact the patch. To achieve this in an easy and fast way, simply run your car’s wheel up and down over the repaired spot gently a couple of times. This will be enough to compact the patch and seal the pothole.

How to edge a lawn?

If your lawn edges are overgrown, it can make an otherwise well-cared for lawn look unsightly. Luckily, it’s easy to edge your lawn and make it look beautiful again. You should edge your lawn every spring and trim any overhanging grass you notice after mowing. How to edge a lawn There are different types of equipment you can use for different types of edging:

  • Edging shears
  • Half-moon edger
  • Grass shears with a long handle
  • Gardening knife
  • Long rope or a plank of wood

Depending on how regularly you’ve maintained the edging of your lawn, you might want to do one of the following things:

  • Annually in spring or if you’ve left the grass to get out of hand: Decide whether you want a straight or a curved edge along your lawn. If you want a straight edge, lay a plank of wood along the edge and use your half-moon edger to cut along. If you want a curve, lay a rope along the edge and cut along that. Or if you can still see the existing curve of the lawn, you can stick with that.
  • After mowing: Use long-handled shears to trim the grass the mower couldn’t reach. If you want to make it look extra tidy, collect up the cuttings and put them on your compost heap or dispose of them.
  • Overgrowing grass onto paths: Use a sharp gardening knife to cut the pieces of turf that are growing over the path and pull them away.
  • When your lawn is flush with the path: Snip a clean edge along your path with your long-handled grass shears to make it look neat and tidy.
  • If you’d rather a low-maintenance option: Spiked metal sheeting is a good material to use to keep your lawn’s edges at bay. Fix it in the ground along the edges to keep the outline of your lawn and stop it from growing into your borders.

The best way to keep your lawn edges looking fabulous is to keep them maintained. Remember to give them a little trim every time you mow your lawn to be the envy of all your neighbours.

What Memberships, Qualifications and Accreditations do Garden maintenance and upkeep professionals need?

If you’re thinking about a career in gardening or horticulture, regardless of the aspect there are relevant memberships, accreditations and qualifications available. First and foremost, gardening courses can range from as little as 6 months to a couple of years depending on the level of expertise that you require. Before you can be accepted as a member of a gardener’s association such as The Gardener’s Guild, you must prove to have a minimum of one horticultural qualification at Level two or above. It’s highly recommended that gardeners seek formal training in other to ensure a steady development - both personal and professional.

When it comes to gardening, qualifications are very important. They’ll give your customers the confidence in your commitment to your trade as well as your reliability. Having a qualification in gardening can also make you more efficient as you’ll be able to identify plant properly, know when they flower and need pruning etc, which helps you to effectively manage your time. The skills qualifications you’ll need include LANTRA and City and Guilds/NTPC qualifications which typically includes licenses for the use of horticultural equipment. For instance, if you plant to use a chainsaw, you’ll have to contact them to enquire about local courses. Licenses are a legal requirement in certain events and represents your seriousness when it comes to safety and environment issues.

RHS qualifications are also very popular amongst gardeners in the UK. The RHS courses can be completed at local colleges or through correspondence. Here, there are various modules that specialize in different horticulture topics and can also be combined to achieve higher level qualifications.

When should I scarify my lawn?

Scarification is the name given to the process where you remove excess thatch and moss from your lawn to encourage it to grow and look healthy. Although it sounds difficult, it’s actually pretty easy – simply grab a sturdy rake and apply moderate pressure to rake out moss, thatch and dead grass. Then collect it up and add to your compost heap if you have one. You can also use a petrol or electric rake, but you just want to tease out the moss and thatch. Don’t be tempted to go deep into the grass, as this could damage your lawn. So when should you scarify your lawn? The experts say that the best time is in the autumn, when the grass is actively growing and it’s not too hot, cold or dry. Most of summer’s weed seeds will have gone, so you won’t encourage weeds to grow in the raked-up soil. This soil also makes an ideal seed bed for over seeding with new grass seed, so that’s why you don’t want to get weeds in there as well. However, you may also carry out light scarification in the spring – usually around April. Make sure you don’t go too far though – as you will end up with a rather disfigured lawn if you scarify too heavily and the dryness of summer stops the lawn from recovering. It’s also best to scarify your lawn in the spring if the following apply:

  • If you couldn’t do it the previous autumn – if you keep putting it off, you might end up with extreme moss and weed growth
  • If your lawn is shaded – these areas will thin over winter and start to thicken from spring onwards, so if you scarify in the autumn you’ll make your lawn even thinner.
  • If your lawn is under trees – pair the shade from the trees with the fall of leaves in the autumn and your grass won’t be healthy, but in the spring the trees are bare, allowing lots of light onto your lawn to help it grow.
When is the best time to carry out gardening work?

Different types of gardening work will need to be carried out at different times of the year. Garden maintenance is a year round job, although the amount of work will usually decrease during the winter. For larger landscaping projects, aim to have these done through autumn, winter and early spring, to give plants time to get established before summer. Be aware that poor weather over winter can slow down the work.

Landscaper help and advice

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