Town & Country Gardens is a small business that specialises in making the process of keeping a garden in London as simple as possible. Big, small, tiny – it makes no difference to us.
I set the company up 22 yrs ago because I saw a gap in the market for someone who could demystify gardening without costing the earth (excuse the pun).
I’m fully aware that hiring gardeners is risky – how do you know that I’m not going to blind you with horticultural science & then run off with your prize Wisteria? Well, our quotes are free and come with no obligation. We are part of the Association of Professional Landscapers, The Horticultural Trades Association, we are ISO9001 certified and members of The UK Governments’ Trust Mark scheme that rigorously enforce standards for your peace of mind. We are also one of the few landscaping and gardening companies to be a part of the John Lewis Home Solutions team. In addition, we have the backup of the APL’s dispute resolution service to protect our customers. I also hire my employees on the basis that they’re hard working & trustworthy – they have to be, because most of my clients are at work when we visit and they have to have complete faith in us. But that’s not enough, we also check them through the DBS system for peace of mind.
There’s no hard sell, just plain, honest advice and transparent pricing.
Have a browse round the site – I’ve tried to answer most of the questions we get asked most often. If there’s anything we don’t cover, just call me on 02077367801, email me at email@example.com or click on the ‘Contact Us’ link. Remember, as far as I’m concerned, there’s no such thing as a silly question.
I look forward to hearing from you.
671 Wandsworth Road, London, SW8 3JE
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