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How can I find a Warrington landscape gardener?
When your garden could use a little TLC from a Warrington landscape gardener, our convenient matchmaking service could be just what you need to find the right person. Taking the first step is easy, all you have to do is create a post with all the information on what work you’d like to get done.
We then step in and distribute it to a network of landscape gardeners. Once you’ve chosen one, we’ll pop over a contract for you to sign and get everything started. It’s a quick and easy way to start your garden makeover. We have more information about how to find the landscape gardener of your dreams in our practical hiring guide.
What is the price of a landscape gardener in Warrington?
One of the most important things to remember when planning a landscaping job is the budget. The cost of a Warrington landscape gardener is on par with the rest of the UK. While every individual landscaping job will be priced differently, the average cost comes out at about £800.
For the most part, landscaping work is broken down into how much a job costs per square metre. For example, if you’re looking to get some patio laid, it will cost about £80 per square metre. In some instances, you will need to take materials into consideration. Artificial turf can often cost more than £60 per square metre, but real grass can be a cost-effective solution, at between £10 and £20 per square metre. Learn more about what to expect in our pricing guide.
What kind of jobs can my Warrington landscape gardener take on?
Your Warrington landscape gardener’s project could be as simple as laying a small patio, or as ambitious as a total garden restoration. Whether it’s digging out a fish pond or other water features, laying turf, helping you with the best place for a vegetable patch or building raised planters; there’ll be a landscape gardener out there willing to help you out.
Something that’s important is to remember to read each potential hire’s profile carefully. This is their chance to talk about where their skills lie, so look out for landscape gardeners with a lot of experience in the task you’d like done. This will help you make a more informed decision before you make it official.
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