Check out what some of our lawn lovers have to say about us
"My lawn is transformed"
Lawn Renovation – My lawn is transformed, please thank your team of lawn specialists who transformed it.
"An excellent talk to our Members"
Lawn Advice – An excellent evening talking to our members about lawns and their care! Thanks Mike, very entertaining.
Mr G.Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire
"A most helpful lawn consultancy visit"
Lawn Consultancy – a most helpful visit and written report. And I thought grass was grass! How wrong I was.
"An excellent lawn renovation"
Lawn Care – Not all lawn care companies are the same. It’s obvious to see the results of your lawn renovation. Thank you for saving my lawn!
Mrs V.Gerrards Cross, Buckinghamshire
"Thank you for the technical leaflet download"
Thank you for your excellent technical leaflet downloaded from your web site on how to control fairy rings – I have put into practice your advice and I note that the fairy ring is starting to show signs of giving up.
"Gracias for my new lawn, it’s just amazing."
Lawn Treatment – Crikey, what a difference. Thanks Mike for all your help and thank your operator too who performed the work.
Mrs DiamondVirginia Water, Surrey
"An excellent lawn survey report"
Thanks Mike and your Team for such an excellent Lawn Survey Report. It was well worth the money spent in planning a way forward which I know will cost me less in the long term. Thanks once again.
Mr P.Henley upon Thames, Oxfordshire
"You speak brilliantly on the subject of lawns and their care"
Lawn Advice – Mike, You speak brilliantly on the subject and for us, this is about showcasing the stories of people up and down the country doing remarkable things to preserve, restore or innovate within horticultural tradition.
"Order received today – great service!"
Neil P. CramlingtonCramlington, Northumberland
"Thank you for all your helpful advice"
Lawn Renovation – thank you Mike for all your helpful advice and hard work transforming my lawn from the mess it was! After the party in December last year, I thought that it would need to be dug up and returved. How wrong I was….