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Where can I find a landscape gardener in Swindon?
At MyBuilder, we make finding a Swindon landscape gardener easy and fast. After signing up, you can post a job that specifies what kind of work you have available. Our useful matchmaking service can then set you up with a landscape gardener near you.
When interested tradespeople have read your post, they will be able to contact you, which is when you can sort out all the details. And once you’ve decided on the local landscape gardener for you, we’ll ping you over a contract so you can make it official before getting started.
We have more information about what to look out for during the initial hiring process. Read more in our handy hiring guide.
What should I look out for when choosing a landscape gardener in Swindon?
It’s important to make sure the Swindon landscape gardener you go for is the perfect person for the job. Luckily, we have hundreds to choose from, all vetted before they joined the site.
Landscape gardeners can use their profiles as the chance to show off what they’re best at, whether that’s laying turf or creating water features, as well as listing their career experience and their relevant qualifications.
Another useful feature we have is allowing previous customers to review the landscape gardeners they’ve worked with. This lets you get a more rounded view of what to expect if you hire them.
How much will a landscape gardener in Swindon cost?
Quite a few factors go into the cost of hiring a landscape gardener in Swindon, such as labour and materials. On average, though, a landscaping job will cost you around £800.
The difference in price between jobs can vary significantly, however. For example, laying a patio can cost roughly £80 per square metre, while having decking built can cost up to £200 per square metre. A lot of this depends on the material you use, which can also be seen in how much turf costs. To lay real grass will set you back about £10 to £20 per square metre, but if you would like artificial grass, it can cost £60+ per square metre.
So, before you settle on a landscape gardener, remember to talk openly about your budget so you’re not caught out by any unexpected expenses. For more on fees, read our pricing guide.
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Landscape Gardeners working near Swindon in Wiltshire have an average review score of 99% positive based on 1,823 homeowner reviews.
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