Updating your garden

When it comes to home renovation, gardens are often forgotten about.

Here are some simple ways to improve your garden

Garden Shed Clearance

For many people, the garden shed can become a place that is often forgotten; used as a storage space for tools and garden implements.

As such, it can become full of unwanted items and there may be a time where you need to clear it out.

As you undertake a garden renovation, you will find that a lot of items are now redundant, and you will have to think about removing them.

Garden clearance companies can assist you with your garden clearance, removing the bulky, unneeded materials and freeing up more space for you to redesign your garden.

Similarly, if you have discovered that your shed is now basically unusable thanks to the number of unwanted items in there, shed clearance services are the perfect way to reinvigorate it.

If you would like to know more about our garden clearance services, then have a chat with a garden clearance service team.

Comprehensive experience in garden clearances are available all over the country,  in Edmonton, Tottenham and London, and should be more than qualified to help you with whatever it is you need, with weekend Slots Available.

Tree removals and maintenance

There are many reasons why you may want to remove a tree from your garden. Most people who have trees in their garden end up getting them removed because they encroach on their space.

Whether it’s because the roots are growing into your house, the branches are blocking light in your home or hindering plant and lawn growth, or they are simply causing too much mess, from dropping sap and dead leaves.

The reasons for tree lopping are endless, so it might just be the thing you need to improve the state of your garden.

Get a greenhouse

Greenhouses are a perfect way to rejuvenate your garden and make the most out of the space you have.

When it comes to choosing a greenhouse, there is a lot of choice in today’s market.

A Greenhouse should be a long-lasting and enjoyable investment and you will obviously want a Greenhouse that can offer the size and height you require.

This, of course, means there is an important process to follow when choosing to get one:

Choose your greenhouse

Greenhouses come in a range of sizes for the amateur gardener right through to the professional grower, so you will have to be decisive.

You will need to look into all the specifications, for example, glazing. A good example of greenhouse glazing would be horticultural glass with 3mm thick overlapping glass sheets

Toughened safety glass, so that in the event of a breakage, the glass granulates removing any danger of injury.

Polycarbonate: UV treated, 6mm twin-wall with silvered edges and, like the toughened safety glass, it comes in full sheets and is a great option where children and pets are concerned.

You should look for greenhouses that have a Guarantee. Most good garden centres will provide you with a 10-year framework guarantee.

Installation

You should get an experienced installer who has been building greenhouses for many years.

Installation costs are usually immediately available.  The installer or builder should prepare a base for your new greenhouse to suit your growing needs.

 

 

 

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