Our Services – What Do We Do?


Landscaping is both a science and an art. It is a process by which changes are made to a land area by using plants, manipulating the terrain and constructing structures, which, in effect, will give the property a complete transformation.


Whether your garden was designed and installed by us or is an existing configuration we can provide garden maintenance and improvement services. To the untrained eye gardening might appear to be just pulling weeds, mowing lawns, raking leaves and pruning a few stray branches. If you are maintaining your own gardens, whether at work or home and pressed for time then these chores will at least stop your garden becoming a jungle.


Once a landscaping project is completed it must be maintained to continue looking great and providing a functional outdoor space throughout the year. At its most basic this will include leaf removal, mowing, cleanup and weeding. Further work such as application of fertilizer, spraying weeds, lawn seeding, aeration, and planting of seasonal flowers, bushes, shrubs and trees may be recommended.



Laying pavers can be quite physical work and if the surface beneath the pavers is not prepared correctly it won’t be long until that flat path is an uneven trip hazard. Whether you would like us to do everything from design, paver selection, preparation and installation or just come in and do the heavy lifting we can help.


Since landscaping involves construction, an important aspect of this is concreting. A common mistake committed by people is the belief that concrete and cement are the same. Actually, cement is just one of the components of concrete, together with water and aggregate, which could either be gravel, rock or sand.


Add a relaxing outdoor entertaining area where you can be sheltered from the sun and rain. A pergola can create a focal point for a garden, a place to meet, a central courtyard or hidden retreat. A pergola is commonly constructed from powder-coated steel or wood with a paved floor and paths leading from the house to the pergola. Here are some important factors to consider when you plan to have a pergola constructed in your yard.


Whether for the start of new garden beds, a complete landscaping project or a new retaining wall, excavation by powered equipment is the most efficient way of moving earth ready for construction. Excavation is the process of digging up or digging out to remove earth and create a cavity or hole. If trees and shrubs are existing on the land to be excavated they might need to be removed or partitioned to avoid damage.

Retaining Walls

Do you have a sloped surface and you want to create a level entertaining area or tiered garden? A retaining wall supports an excavated or filled bank of soil or stone. Soil is held by one side of the retaining wall, while the other side is freestanding. This is a very common approach to maximising usable level ground on sloped housing blocks.