How it works
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Tell us about your job, and we'll alert suitable landscape gardeners in Cambridge. It’s simple and free.
Once your job is posted, you'll get responses from interested landscape gardeners through the website.
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Browse profiles, work history, and feedback, then choose who you wish to share your details with.
What’s the easiest way to find a landscape gardener in Cambridge?
There’s an abundance of Cambridge landscape gardeners at the other end of our online matchmaking service. When you write a job post that describes what you’d like to get done in your garden, we’ll distribute it to local landscape gardeners who can register their interest.
You can then contact those you like the look of, and discuss the finer details, such as workload, timeline and price. After you make a decision, we’ll send you a contract. Just sign it and the work can begin.
Need more advice? Have a look at our hiring guide.
What kind of things can a Cambridge landscape gardener do for me?
Each landscape gardener in Cambridge comes equipped with their own talents and experience. Some will be well-versed in laying patios and turf or constructing decking. Others might specialise in water features and pond-digging. Discuss what you want fully as you chat to landscape gardeners before choosing which one you want to work with.
In many cases, you’ll be able to see what others think of a particular landscape gardener. We encourage previous customers to leave reviews of their time with their landscape gardeners, letting you have an honest opinion to help you make a decision.
What price is a landscape gardener in Cambridge?
Your Cambridge landscaping job is unique, and so is its pricing. The total cost will depend on what you get done, what materials you use and how big your garden is. On average, though, a landscaping job in the UK costs around £800.
Time, labour and materials all affect the total fee. A lot of tasks are priced per square metre, so have a think about how big your project is as you’re figuring out your budget. The kind of material used is also important, as costs can vary significantly. For example, using pine to construct decking will be about £70 per square metre, while more durable hardwoods start at about £200 per square metre. Similarly, real grass is £10 to £20 per square metre, as opposed to artificial turf which can start at £60 per square metre.
Remember to ask your landscape gardener about additional costs you might not have thought about such as hiring a skip or any other waste disposal methods. Read our pricing guide for more information.
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Landscape Gardeners working near Cambridge in Cambridgeshire have an average review score of 98% positive based on 1,991 homeowner reviews.
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