Keep your garden always in good shape by giving us a call. Our professional gardeners in Soho, London will not let you down because of many reasons. The first thing you need to know is that we are always giving our best to make our customers extremely satisfied. Before hiring any personal we make sure that the person has as many references as possible.
After this we send him to training for a couple of weeks and if he passes it successfully then he is capable of providing quality gardening services we are offering. This is really important for us because we want all of our customers to be really satisfied with the results of our job.
Below you can find some of the gardening tasks we do:
- Lawn Mowing
- Tree Surgery
- Garden Maintenance
- Hedge and bush trimming
- Tidy ups
- Patio, path and deck cleaning
- Garden clearance
- Laying new lawn & turfing
After all it is not that easy to stay in this business for so many years and since we have managed to do so then we are really good at what we are doing. Just pick up the phone and give us a call – we are open for business 7 days a week so feel free to call us even on weekends. Share with us your expectations in order to achieve better results and we will send you our workers as soon as possible.
Performing a nice job is really essential no matter what type of work you have. This is why we are always giving our best. The most important thing you need to know about our professional gardening agency is that we are always giving our best and we have been in the gardening business for a long time.
This should help you realize that we are extremely dedicated to the job we are doing. Plus we hire people very carefully. If you don’t have any experience you will not be able to work with us. All of our customers should be satisfied with our work and because of this reason we believe that it is really important to make people realize that their garden have been taken care of by professionals.
A relatively small, cosmopolitan area in central London, Soho is also the commercial, cultural and entertainment hub, and home to a wide cross-section of the London population.
In Soho one can find a number of clubs, including what was earlier the Chinawhite nightclub; along with old-fashioned public houses, pubs and eateries. All these, along with a number of ‘adult shops’ as well as coffee shops that remain open through most of the night, contribute towards the ‘happening’ Soho nightlife, which is especially inviting during weekends.
Often during the weekends, Soho attracts such large numbers of revellers that streets have to be cordoned off, in order to prevent vehicles from entering. In the mid-1990s, several parts of the area had been specially marked by the Westminster Council as ‘pedestrians only’ zones, but these orders had to be revoked on account of a number of complaints concerning the adverse effect it had on local trade.
Soho Square is situated in the Soho area of London, with a large park and a commons in the central region that can be dated as far back as 1681. Soho Square was originally named King’s Square after Charles II, a large statue of whom has been erected at the centre of the square. In the heart of the garden is the well-known, wooden gardener’s hut. The garden area hosts several open-air concerts during summer.
The London Underground station Oxford Circus, serves as a junction of Regent Street and Oxford Street, and can be approached from all four sides of the intersection. This station serves as an inter-change between three tube lines – the Central, Victoria and Bakerloo lines. Oxford Circus is often considered to be the third busiest station in the London Underground network, and busiest, if one is to leave out the National Rail Service connection.