What do you do?

We offer garden solutions. It means that almost any kind of garden problems are presented we are ready to tackle it. We have a long list of past projects and more than 289 satisfied customers’ reviews. We are not just simple DIY people; we are trained, passionate, well equipped, decent, polite and always honest with our clients.

Are you trained gardeners?

Our team leaders, Nick Hoban and Mihaela, are both took a course for one year at Capel Manor College in Gunnersbury Park in 2012, which is one of the best gardening courses in the UK. Since then, we have had the opportunity to work with internationally known designers Catherine Fitzgerald and Mark Lutyens, who is currently involved in a project for Prince Charles. Also, we have worked alongside the well-known designer, Joanna Archer.

What is your work process?

Following the phone conversation or email exchange with you, one of our team leaders gives you a personal visit on the same day. They will discuss your needs, ideas and the possible solutions. While our colleague is there, he will also give at least two options of how the work can be done most efficiently.

After the meeting, we will send you an email/letter with price options, the approximate time needed to execute the project and an optional starting date. We always give honest advice and options so you can take an educated decision before the whole project starts. We do what we promise, so there is no surprise. We will always respect your values and thoughts and never judge with discrimination of any kind. Once both parties agree with all the terms and conditions, the execution team will start organising the site and commence the work.

On arrival, our team leader will do the greetings and show you the action plan. Our team starts to tackle the work progressively to keep the site safe and the most effective way without any disturbance to your family. Usually, we start at 8 am if it is not too early for you.

While on-site, our team will be wearing PPE (personal protection equipment). We will also make sure that the site is always tidy and organised respecting the health and safety rules strictly.

Your property will also be kept safe and tidy during the project, and the waste will be removed as agreed.

If you have trees, shrubs and plants that are worth keeping, as with a bit of pruning, we will keep them. They can be a great attraction later because they will grow back nicely, so you don’t need to buy something else to replace them.

We can contact you during the day in case you cannot be there. So we can give you details on progress and check with you if for some reasons there are any unexpected things occurs, while we make progress. Suppose there is anything to be done while we are there, like for example fitting back a broken fence panel so you are safe until you might decide on the fence. It would be a money-saving for you if we did it as part of the project while we are there. If you are still not happy with what we kept for you, we can come back and remove it for either the same day or the next day.

We can also send you some pictures with the progress if you wish.

As we progress with clearance if there is any furniture or plants that can be used, we are happy to keep you informed so you can choose at the end of the day if you wish to keep them.

At the end of the job, we will have a reception hour when everything will be inspected together with you to make sure the job was done as agreed. In case you are unable to be at home, we will take care of your property and drop the key to the letterbox when we finish.

The garden waste will be bagged and loaded into our van or to skip, according to the plan. And will be taken to the nearest recycling depot usually on the same day.

If I want to sell my property, is it a good idea to clear the garden?

When it comes to selling or renting a house, this can be a strong negotiation point for you to get better value.

Did you know that 99 per cent of the properties are sold for a better price if they have a good-looking garden? After many years of experience in doing this, we know how to make little twists with less effort so that you can sell your properties for a better price than the average in the area.

Do you recycle waste?

The garden waste will be bagged in bulk bags, loaded into our van or to skip according to the work plan. We are holding a waste carrier license, and we always dispose of the waste to a local authorised recycling depot.

Do you have a team?

We have a well-trained team of gardeners with all the latest generation manual and petrol tools needed to complete the job in a very efficient manner.

Do you have your equipment?

We use the latest generation manual and petrol tools, like Wolfgarten, Fiskars, Felco, Stihl, Silky. They are carefully used and maintained and serviced. Work equipment and personal protection equipment are also used to achieve high productivity.

Do you have a van?

We use medium size vans (up to 1.300 kg load) to carry our colleagues, the tools and after finishing any projects, we can load garden waste and take to the nearest recycling depot usually on the same day. Our van gives us the flexibility of movement and better planning to complete every project on time.

Do you have insurance?

We have Public Liability Insurance, so our customers are covered in case of any property damage.

Do you work in half term?

Yes, we do. Our schedule is not affected by the school terms.

How we protect your house, stuff and valuables?

If the floor needs protection, it will make sure that it is fully protected and will make sure at the end we will clean the floor for you, so it looks like nothing happened. We take this as part of our job.

Do you work in the rain?

If the job does not involve working with the soil yes we can work in light rain.

Do you cover my area?

We are based in Greenford (UB6) but happily travel to your place in the following areas in London: Ealing, Hillingdon, Harrow, Brent, Hounslow and Hammersmith and Fulham.

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Do you do one-off jobs?

Yes, we are happy to take almost any kind of garden clearance.

Do you need access to power (electricity)?

Sometimes we need electricity, primarily when we work with drills or other tools for cutting thick wood or concrete.


We can accept cheque, bank transfer or cash. Whichever option is the most convenient for you. Our team leader will give you the exact details of any option you would prefer.

We are key keepers

We keep the keys from a few properties where we do regular works, so our clients don’t need to be at home at the start of the project if they don’t want to. We always respect your privacy and make sure the property is locked safely after completing the work. Will take care of your property and drop the key to the letterbox when we finish or handle it back to you.

Is my pet safe if you use chemicals?

Yes. We are careful what kind of chemicals we use during the weed control process, so your pets are safe.

What days of the week do you work?

We work from Monday to Saturday from 8 am to 5 pm.

When and how can you be contacted?

If you are interested in having a callback or a personal visit to your home by one of our team leaders, please contact us in the following options: Phone or text message07533 110504 Emailhobannicolae@googlemail.com WhatsApp07533 110504

How do you deal with complaints?

One of our team leaders visits the site as soon as possible to understand what happened and solve the problem immediately. We do follow up meeting to make sure the problem is solved for good.

Do you offer a follow-up programme?

We are weed control experts. By knowing the most common weeds’ behaviour and their needs, we can also understand how to control them. We offer to follow up programme to make sure the weeds are under control. Chemical weed control (using weed killer spray) and non-chemical weed control (manually or by using machinery) offered. Japanese knotweed, Ground elder, Symphytum officinale (Quaker comfrey), Bindweed, Ivy, Bamboo are some of the most common weeds we treat. Most of the gardeners make it worse as they don’t know how to deal with them by cutting back or digging only partially.