• Garden clearance

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    Planning, planting and caring for a garden are activities that give enormous pleasure and satisfaction. However, the rather less satisfying task of garden clearance is also part of the game. For planning and garden design most people call in the experts; also garden clearance requires an expert approach.
    A beautiful garden is never the direct result of nature's whimsical course; specific planning is essential, even for the simplest lawn, although really there is nothing simple about a lawn. There are so many factors to consider: soil type, local climate, suitability of terrain, extent of land to cover - only specialised gardening services can fully guarantee a successful lawn. In the event that the existing lawn is not presentable and needs re-doing, professional garden clearance is the first step. Lawn replacement may be necessary, for example, if it was sown badly in the first place, or if it has been subjected to digging dogs or cars not keeping to the driveway. Sometimes nature herself deals the lawn a deadly blow, by either scorching it or flooding it. Usually a lawn covers a good extent of ground; best leave it to the experts if it needs to be cleared and replaced.

    Another aspect of garden clearance concerns flower-beds, trees and hedges. If these are allowed to run riot then it is no mean task to get things back to order. This is often the case when people move to a new house that has been unoccupied for a time; the garden left to itself runs wild and presents a daunting prospect for new tenants who are already vexed by the stress of moving. Professional clearance teams not only clear the tangled webs occupying the flower-beds but also prepare the ground for new planting. Also hedges and trees that need trimming and/or cutting down should be professionally dealt with; use of the right tools, ladders and cutting instruments guarantees fast and accurate results in the best safety conditions.

    It can happen that certain garden spaces, for various reasons and in various ways, somehow become collection points for discarded objects. This often occurs when there is construction work going on in the house, those extra bricks and related items end up in the garden and stay there. Often the back garden is a good spot to accommodate gardening-related debris as well as those odd, useless, haven't-been-used-in-a-decade articles bound for rubbish heaps. The problem here is accumulation. When we finally decide to clear and revitalise the garden, it has turned into a mammoth task.

    If, over time, the garden does suffer the above accumulation effects, there is another point to consider. When clearing out old bricks, fallen leaves, heaps of grass, piles of sticks or general debris, we are seldom prepared for certain unexpected encounters. Maybe not so unexpected: the above heaps and piles provide the perfect cosy refuge for bees, hornets, bugs, snakes, rodents and similar creatures. A professional clearance team is equipped and prepared to deal with these and all other eventualities. They hand over your garden spaces perfectly cleared, bug-free and primed for the brand new garden that will subsequently bloom.