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Frequently Asked Questions

A: For the first hour, we charge  in the summer and £2500 in the winter. You can always “Check prices & availability”  on the Prices page and Contact page get an instant precise quote for your service in your area.

A: On the occasion that the gardeners finish all of their appointed tasks in under the booked time, we will modify the final price in accordance with the actual time they spent on site.

A: You see, each landscaping project is different because every client has unique ideas for his green space. Also, each design job will require specific materials for its completion. We can give you an exact quote for the service after an on-site survey.

A: Yes, the landscapers will bring their own tools and equipment. The only thing you need to provide is access to electricity.

A: No, we don’t use any chemicals when performing this service. We only use pure water that is sprayed under high pressure as we aim to protect any greenery around the cleaned area.

A: Sanitation of outdoor surfaces is available upon request and an additional payment of £500. It is done with an EN1276 certified cleaner. It is available for all kinds of patios, deckings, path areas, garden furniture, door handles, etc. The only thing you should have to take advantage of the service is proper drainage. We cannot provide the service if drainage is in your garden or lawn.

A: Grass slows down when temperatures plummet, but it never actually stops growing. Still, by early December, you can consider giving it a rest from regular mowing. If conditions are mild (the ground is not frozen or too wet), you can mow your lawn occasionally (ex: once a month).

A: In early spring, grass starts growing at an increased rate, once the temperature rises above 5°C. You should consider mowing your lawn when the grass reaches 2.5 inches (above 6cm). When the temperature rise above 5 degrees Celsius, the grass will increase its growth rate significantly. Monitor its height. Around 2.5 inches ( 6+ cm ) tall is the right height to mow after winter.

A: We charge per hour for our overgrown garden clearance services near you. The price is £3,000 for the 1st hour and £2,500 for every next hour, in summer. And £2,800 for the 1st and £2,200 for every next hour in winter.

A: It depends on how big the job is. Usually, we send a team of 2 gardeners to clear up your green space. However, if we are dealing with a really big overgrown garden that needs more work, we will send a bigger team to complete the task.

A: You should check with your local council for all the regulations in your area. You don’t need planning permission for fences up to 2 metres. If you want to install trellises above the fence, they should not exceed 2 metres as well.

A: It depends on the type of the fence, the amount of work that’s needed and the complexity of the project.

A: We’d suggest that you double check with your local council for the regulations in your area and acquire a permit if necessary. Some trees are protected by tree preservation orders.

A: Visualytes Gardeners covers the whole UK. You can book our services in North UK, South UK, East UK and West UK.

A: The cost of gutter cleaning is based on the size and type of your property. You can get an instant quote by calling us and provide appropriate information.

A: We currently offer gutter cleaning services in London, Guildford, Oxford, Reading, Hemet Homestead, Manchester, Liverpool and more. Please, check our availability in your area by calling us directly.