Reviews of Gardeners & Garden Designers in Broseley, Shropshire
Broseley Wood, TF12
20 May 2013
New garden fence needed at the bottom and side of our garden. It is a tiered garden and there is quite a drop behind the existing fence. We would like a a new fence that is supported by concrete posts is safer for small children
They responded to our job posting quickly and came round to give us a quote as agreed and on time. They were very friendly and seemed professional. We have not had the work done yet but are hoping to organise this in future.Nicky
Unsold Job, Updated Details : Approx 7 posts and 7 - 10 gravel boards (concrete). The garden is on 3 levels dropping towards the house hence the different height panels. I just require basic lap panels untreated. Currently the fence has wooden posts and no gravel boards. It would be treated as a new installation. I think its worth running an expert eye over the job as to best to tackle it. I have increased the budget but i dont want it to race away or the affordability will be lost. Original : Garden fence to be replaced with concrete posts, gravel boards and approx 6 panels. 4 x 4 ft and 2 x 6 ft. I will remove the old fence prior to job start. I can also labour to keep the costs down if required.
Excellent communication from quote to job Andy is very approachable. Consulted several times during the job to ensure we were happy with the next step. A friendly business that takes great care in getting the customer exactly what they want. Carried out the work in miserable conditions but did a fantastic job with quality and speed. Was so happy with the work I have already requested a quote for further work. Highly recommended for a more personal, customer centred builder.Mark
I'm looking for a gardener in Broseley Wood, Shropshire. I have a good sized garden that has not been looked after for at least 12 months so needs a jolly good tidy up and then ongoing maintenance. There is a large/tall hedge that need trimming back as well as some overgrown honey suckle/climbing roses etc. We have a willow tree that is in serious need of a haircut. I believe it has not been trimmed for about 5/6 years.
Advice also sought on seasonal plants as I believe the previous owners mainly had a 'spring' garden.
Wood store is also needed.