Landscape Gardener

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Kateg28
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Landscape Gardener

Postby Kateg28 » Tue 11 Feb, 2014 10:29 am

Need our small garden completely renovated but the end result is probably just a simple design.

I have contacted Jamescapes but does anyone know them at all or have any other recommendations? Don't need ongoing gardening services, just a one off job.

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Capitalist Piglet
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Re: Landscape Gardener

Postby Capitalist Piglet » Tue 11 Feb, 2014 5:38 pm

Try Paul Such, he's done stuff for me & jobs like the one you are talking about for friends. And he brings a big Californian smile to the whole proceedings. Phone is 07843232907, Website: http://www.nonesuchgardens.com Facebook is http://www.facebook.com/nonesuchgardens .

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Darcy Sarto
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Re: Landscape Gardener

Postby Darcy Sarto » Tue 11 Feb, 2014 6:09 pm

I can recommend Ian:

http://www.wareonline.co.uk/business/detail.asp?id=3053

...always seems quite busy so may not come cheap but has a good client list and may be able to show you some of his work?

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Re: Landscape Gardener

Postby Kateg28 » Tue 04 Mar, 2014 10:17 am

Quick update. We had lots of quotes and in the end did go for Jamescape. Although not the cheapest (they were about in the middle costwise) it was the two meetings we had with them that sealed it as my partner and I felt we could work well with them and any problems could easily be sorted. And we felt it was value for money.

Hoping to start the work in April so lets see what happens and I hope it all goes well.

As an aside, one person who came out to quote (not recommended on this forum), perfectly nice man but he used the f word constantly :o . My teenage boys were in the house and I thought it highly inappropriate to swear in a family home on a Sunday afternoon when quoting for some work to be done. I know the boys have heard it all before but I still thought it was a very wrong sales pitch.

He was the cheapest and might have got the business if he hadnt been so careless with his language.

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Re: Landscape Gardener

Postby Darcy Sarto » Tue 04 Mar, 2014 12:41 pm

Kateg28 wrote:Quick update. We had lots of quotes and in the end did go for Jamescape. Although not the cheapest (they were about in the middle costwise) it was the two meetings we had with them that sealed it as my partner and I felt we could work well with them and any problems could easily be sorted. And we felt it was value for money.

Hoping to start the work in April so lets see what happens and I hope it all goes well.

As an aside, one person who came out to quote (not recommended on this forum), perfectly nice man but he used the f word constantly :o . My teenage boys were in the house and I thought it highly inappropriate to swear in a family home on a Sunday afternoon when quoting for some work to be done. I know the boys have heard it all before but I still thought it was a very wrong sales pitch.

He was the cheapest and might have got the business if he hadnt been so careless with his language.


What a silly f-f-f-fool he was then :D

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Re: Landscape Gardener

Postby TupennyRush » Thu 22 May, 2014 5:16 pm

I'd echo the recommendation for Paul Such. Does a good job, charges a reasonable rate and is pretty quick at getting things done. He works even faster if you feed him tea!

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Re: Landscape Gardener

Postby TupennyRush » Fri 23 May, 2014 8:27 am

I'd also recommend Alex on 07753 695175 (I've had a lot of work done to my garden recently including bamboo and shrub removal, wall building to tier the height, lawn extension and path relocation which has been done by Alex and Paul Such)

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Re: Landscape Gardener

Postby xnetco » Sun 01 Jun, 2014 4:09 pm

Hello.

Does anyone have an email address phone number for jamescape? The one on their web site doesn't work.

Tim

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Re: Landscape Gardener

Postby xnetco » Mon 02 Jun, 2014 8:29 am

Hello

Does anyone have a number for Jamescape? The one on their web site is engaged and no response from their web form.

Tim


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