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Welcome to Alpha Drives & Patios. We are your local home improvements company, providing our services across the surroundi...
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At JD Home Improvements – Driveways we offer high-quality driveways to residential properties throughout Bristol. First im...
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We are a family run business small enough to care but big enough to cope. We have over 20years of experience covering a...
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19 May

Garden | Decking

Cwmbran - NP44

Enquiry from: Anita S

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paving 40msq. area is already prepped and compressed. all ground work complete. indian sand stone will be provided are you the property owner: owner of the property property type: detached roughly the...

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19 May

Fencing | Wooden

Newport - NP19

Enquiry from: Adrienn T

Start Date: Immediate

i would like to make my garden to same level, at the moment the half is just a grass and soil but can not use much.unfortunately, i don't have access from the back . are you the property owner: owner...

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18 May

Fencing | Wooden

Rhyl - LL18

Enquiry from: ALLISON J

Start Date: Immediate

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a fence or border needed to section a corner which needs levelling off and then decorative stone putting on also fence or border of the length of the garden again with decorative stone behind , also j...

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17 May

Garden | Maintenance & Upkeep

Chepstow - NP16

Enquiry from: Tony P

Start Date: Immediate

we need a beech or similar 30m hedge planting

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17 May

Driveway Repair

Newport - NP11

Enquiry from: Harper G

Start Date: Immediate

Back drive and new double gates

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17 May

Driveway Repair

Llandysul - SA44

Enquiry from: Mick T

Start Date: Immediate

Approx 10 metres trench in drive backfilled with stone needs tarmacing.

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16 May

Garden | Decking

Carmarthen - SA33

Enquiry from: Christopher B

Start Date: Immediate

removal of timber boards on balcony deck and stairs, replacement with composite boards, installation of under deck water collection. construction of second area of decking withsteps, next to hot tub. ...

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16 May

Garden | Maintenance & Upkeep

Cardiff - CF24

Enquiry from: Naomi W

Start Date: Immediate

need to cut the lawn, it is overgrown so i know that may make a difference. also some weed control that needs to be done. also a hedge at the back of the garden that needs to be tidied up. are you th...

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16 May

Garden | Maintenance & Upkeep

Beaumaris - LL58

Enquiry from: Tony W

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hello i have an 1/2 acre of overgrown grass to mow and wondered if this is something you could help with. are you the property owner: owner property type: detached do you have a: extra large garden g...

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16 May

Fencing | Wooden

Barmouth - LL42

Enquiry from: Sharon C

Start Date: Immediate

2 garden gates fitted and fencing to side of house with concrete posts. are you the property owner: owner property type: detached do you have a: small garden garden type: back garden work required: f...

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16 May

Fencing | Wooden

Newport - NP20

Enquiry from: Michelle B

Start Date: Immediate

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i am looking for a modified gate to slade across rather than open out/in are you the property owner: owner of the property property type: semi detached how many fence panels are you looking for: 3-4 p...

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15 May

Fencing | Wooden

Swansea - SA6

Enquiry from: Stephanie P

Start Date: Immediate

front lawn fenced off, rear steps fenced off. are you the property owner: tenant (with permission) property type: semi detached how many fence panels are you looking for: 5+ panels what level of servi...

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15 May

Garden | Maintenance & Upkeep

Wrexham - LL13

Enquiry from: Emily D

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i have moved into a property with a pond, which needs cleaning and the pump system fixing. are you the property owner: owner property type: semi detached do you have a: small garden garden type: back ...

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15 May

Fencing | Wooden

Blaenau Ffestiniog - LL41

Enquiry from: Ann L

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a barrier to keep dogs in and new gate posts and iron mongery. i have a gate are you the property owner: owner of the property property type: semi detached how many fence panels are you looking for: ...

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15 May

Garden | Maintenance & Upkeep

Carmarthen - SA32

Enquiry from: Russell P

Start Date: Immediate

hi i need a very large pond installing. i have an old pond with a liner about 8m x 4m, but it is now very old, the liner has a hole in it, and also it now has grass and weeds ( no water ). basically i...

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14 May

Garden | Decking

Swansea - SA2

Enquiry from: Martin J

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hello i have decking in my back yard, on 2 levels and is rotting in places. would you be interested in coming round to asses and see what may be possible,.and provide a quote. options to repair /rene...

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13 May

Garden | Sheds

Tredegar - NP22

Enquiry from: Chris T

Start Date: Immediate

large tree stumps and roots removed, garden lowering and leveling, brick garden walls taken down and replaced with concrete posts, gravel boards and wooden fence panels. raised planters to garden edge...

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13 May

Fencing | Wooden

Porth - CF39

Enquiry from: Julie A

Start Date: Immediate

fix existing footing and panels are you the property owner: owner of the property property type: semi detached

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13 May

Garden | Maintenance & Upkeep

Rhyl - LL18

Enquiry from: Gina S

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back garden mowed and weeded front weeded are you the property owner: tenant (with permission) property type: semi detached do you have a: medium size garden garden type: back garden, front garden wor...

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11 May

Garden | Maintenance & Upkeep

Swansea - SA2

Enquiry from: Annamaria M

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there is a drive at the side of my house, i want to make it bigger by cutting into the side garden, i would prefer to have it gravelled. are you the property owner: owner property type: detached do yo...

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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 Wales is:

£1,607

Landscaper job Landscaper cost in 2022
Wooden fencing in Wales £1,125-£1,725
Landscaping in Wales £917-£8,217
Garden maintenance and upkeep in Wales £143-£963
Wooden decking in Wales £1,063-£1,463
Artificial Grass in Wales £2,500-£3,550
Garden shed in Wales £434-£2,230
Garden lighting in Wales £320-£480
Driveway repair in Wales £850-£1,340
Lawn Care in Wales £124-£934

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Landscaper FAQs

Do I need planning permission for a shed?
Generally, you don’t need planning permission for a shed if you live in England or Wales. This applies whether it’s a wooden, metal, plastic or brick shed. However, there are a few conditions your shed will have to meet to not require planning permission:
  • The shed doesn’t cover more than 50% of the garden
  • It’s not in front of your house
  • The shed is single-storey with eaves no higher than 2.5m and the overall height is no taller than 4m for a dual-pitched roof, or 3m for any other type. If it’s located within 2 metres of your property’s boundary, it mustn't be more than 2.5m high
  • There’s no veranda or balcony
  • The floor area is no bigger than 15m2 - up to 30m2 may be covered under Permitted Development if other conditions are met
  • The shed is for domestic use only by those who live in the property and there’s no sleeping accommodation – that means you can’t run a business from the shed unless you apply for planning permission
Exceptions Of course, there are always exceptions:
  • If you live in a listed building, you’ll need Listed Building Consent before you can build a shed in your garden
  • If you live in a conservation area or similar, the maximum area of ground covered by outbuildings, pools and enclosures situated more than 20m from any wall of the house mustn’t exceed 10m2 if they’re to be considered as a permitted development
  • If you own a piece of woodland, you must seek planning permission for any permanent structure
  • In Scotland, you’ll need planning permission if any part of the shed comes within 1m of a neighbouring property or is more than 2.5m high
  • In Northern Ireland, there are rules about how close your shed can be from a road that passes by the back of your house. It’s best to check for clarification
So if you live in a straightforward house in England or Wales, you shouldn’t need planning permission for your shed. If you’re in any doubt, make sure you check with your local planning office.
Will scarifying make the lawn better?

Everyone wants a good-looking lawn! If you’re wondering the best time to scarify your lawn, then you’ve come to the right place! In this post, we’re going to consider this in order to help you make the best-informed decision possible. Let’s take a look!

The short and simple answer to this question is when your grass is actively growing. This is the best time to scarify a lawn as it enables it to recover faster once it has been scarified. What’s more? The conditions also have to be appropriate as extreme weather condition, be it too cold, too warm, too dry or too hot, will hinder the quick and proper recovery of your lawn. It’s also important to take note that scarifying of a lawn is going to leave the soil exposed which makes way for weed and other unwanted plants to grow.

 

During the year, there are two different times which tends to provide the most ideal conditions to scarify a lawn. The first of these periods is late March or April when the spring is in the air and your grass receives all the warmth and moisture it needs to thrive. It’s also advisable not to wait till too late in the spring as right after this period comes the heat and dryness of summer. Furthermore, the lawn shouldn’t be scarified too heavily during the spring as summer usually comes with weed seeds which means your grass won’t recover fast enough and weeds will quickly make way for themselves.

If you wish to scarify your lawn heavily, then the perfect time to do this would be in September or October – during autumn. During this period, the summer weed seeds would be gone and the grass will grow properly.

Should a garden be regularly maintained?

Regular maintenance is vital for keeping a garden looking its best. By carrying out regular gardening work, you can ensure that your garden is as functional as possible. Regular garden maintenance work could also save you money, as it is better to detect problems such as overgrown trees or rotten fencing early.

How much does fencing cost?

The most basic fencing starts at about £27 per panel. But if you want something that’s more decorative and better quality, expect to budget £30-£40 per panel.If you choose to get a professional to help you put up your fencing, they’ll probably be able to get your panels at a cheaper rate.

How to level a garden and lawn?

Our gardens are often our pride and joy, so we want them to look their best. If you notice that your garden is uneven, you’ll probably want to do something about it. But how do you level your garden or lawn? A gardener can help you do this and will get the best finish, but if you want to have a go at doing it yourself there are a few steps you can take. Before you start, make sure you’ve got all the following equipment to hand:

  • String line
  • 4 rods & string
  • Tape measure
  • Flat shovel
  • Water sprinkler or watering can
  • A rake
  • Earthmoving and compacting equipment
  • Spirit level
  • 2 x 4 piece of wood
  • Wheelbarrow
  • Protective gloves and shoes

Then, you can get ready to level your garden.

  1. Mark out the area Push 4 rods into the ground around the area you want to level out in a square or rectangle. Tie your string around the rods to connect them all together, ensuring that the string stays tight. Then use your string line to any of the 4 sides to check that it’s level. You’ll then need to measure the height from the ground to the string on all four sides to check how much you would need to adjust the ground to make it level. Make sure you take note of the high and low spots and measure the difference between these spots.
  2. Water the ground to soften it If you want to level your lawn, or the part of your garden that you want to level has grass on it, you’ll need to uproot the ground underneath it. To make it easier to dig and lift out the grass, sprinkle some water over the area before you begin. It’s a good idea to do this over a few days to really soften it – but make sure you don’t do it so much that it becomes too heavy and soggy.
  3. Remove the grass Push your flat shovel into the ground, around 3-6cm deep, then slide the shovel horizontally to lift out the soil and the grass on top. As you repeat this process around the entire area, make sure you try to lift out the soil evenly to avoid making your levelling task even harder.
  4. Add soil Fill low spots with nutrient-rich soil and spread evenly over the area with a rake. If you’re levelling out a large area of your garden, consider renting earthmoving equipment to make it easier.
  5. Flatten the soil Next you’ll want to compact the soil to protect it from erosion. If you’re working on a small garden or area of your garden, simply use your feet – get stomping on that ground! You could also use a rake, but for larger gardens consider hiring a compactor. Then, leave the soil to settle for around 3 weeks before doing anything. If you’re doing this in the summer, you can water it sparingly to keep it from drying out.
  6. Adjust until you’re happy It might take you a few adjustments to get the level of your garden or lawn right. Use a spirit level along a long 2 x 4 piece of wood to see whether the ground is even, then adjust by adding a little more soil or removing soil until it’s at the level you want it.

That’s it. A gardener or landscaping company will be able to level your garden or lawn perfectly, so consider getting some quotes from local companies.

Do I need to tell my neighbours if I’m going to replace my fence?

It’s a good idea to talk to your neighbours before you start any work to avoid confusion along the way. But if the fence is definitely your responsibility and on your property, there’s no legal obligation to notify them. It’s also a myth that you need to erect a fence with the flush side without posts facing your neighbour’s property.

how to repair a patio?

A patio is an outdoor space which can be used for a variety of stuffs which includes fun time with family and friends, reading time or just relaxing as the fresh breeze blows. With all these benefits and more, it’s becomes more obvious that there’s a need to keep your patio in a tip top condition at all times. If otherwise, you may not be able to enjoy your patio to your satisfaction and probably, for as long as you would want. You simply have to provide it with a regular maintenance which involves inspecting and identifying the damages that needs to be repaired before it gets out of hand. Fortunately, the minor repairs can be done by yourself if you’re confident enough. However, for bigger damages it’s advisable to call in a professional for help. In this article, we’ll take you through the patio reparation process.

✓ Prepare the area. This involves removing the problem piece gently and carefully. If there’s a piece you think can still be useful, store it in the re-use pile or you can start a new one. Once you’re done removing the pieces, the next thing to do would be to start removing anything that’s unwanted from the damaged area like debris, unwanted soil etc, and start sand fitting with some fresh sand. This should be levelled out to ensure there’s no bumps.

✓ With the sand down, you can start by putting the pieces back in together. This should be done gently to avoid any further damage. Do this until your patio

Can you hoover artificial grass?
While you might see some people hoovering their artificial grass, it’s not recommended. Using a household vacuum cleaner on your artificial grass could suck up and remove the blades of grass, creating patches and making it look as bad as a balding natural lawn. Also, artificial grass blades are made from tough plastics like nylon and polyurethane. The blades could easily clog up your hoover and damage it, so it’s best to steer clear of using it to clean your artificial turf. What can I use instead of a vacuum cleaner? A good old rake or broom can get rid of leaves and debris from your artificial grass, but you may miss smaller pieces like pet hair or sand and gravel. If you have a leaf blower, you can use this on a low setting – but be careful as you could blow away the sand infill that keep your artificial lawn looking springy and fresh. Luckily, there are artificial lawn power brooms available to buy, and this could be a good option over hoovering your artificial grass. They are electrically powered brushes that push away dirt rather than sucking it up, and they can even plump your lawn to keep it looking at its best. Even if you don’t hoover your artificial grass, it’s still likely that over time some sand infill will get carried away. To keep your lawn bouncy, ask your installer to top up the sand every now and again or have a go at doing it yourself.

Landscaper help and advice

6 tips for creating a sustainable garden Published: 15/03/2022 Regardless of how much space you have to work with, whether you have acres of land or just a small patio area or even a balcony, there are ways to create more sustainable space on your property. While there’s no official definition for what a sustainable garden looks like, the overall concept is to minimise […] Read this article
5 Tips to Making your Garden the Perfect Outdoor Social Space Published: 17/02/2022 When you think about the places you can entertain people in your house, it can be easy to forget about your outside areas. But actually, your garden can be a fantastic outdoor social space. Don’t waste your outside space – improving it can not only help you make the most of your property, and it […] Read this article
Your Complete Guide to House Rewiring Published: 18/01/2022 Rewiring a house ensures that your home remains safe, future-proof, and in line with the current legal requirements. It’s not something we all think about but maintaining the condition of a home’s electrics is an incredibly important responsibility, whether you’re a home owner or a landlord with tenants. Unsafe electrics pose a serious fire hazard […] Read this article

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