Our company provides the services of a commercial landscaper in Alderley Edge which is the way to go when moving into your new office.
The garden surrounding your office makes a huge impression on prospective clients. If there is a neat lawn with flowers and trees the office looks well kept and tidy and this is the first impression. To help with a year round clean and well-kept lawn you might decide to use artificial turf. This can be laid on any surface and looks natural at all times of the year. There is no mud no matter how much rain there has been. The landscaper can plant flowers a couple of times in the year to allow you to have bright and attractive borders to your pathway. This would be a very low maintenance garden with no mowing but will still feel like the real thing and be inviting for staff and clients.
Providing an enticing green space for your workers in Alderley Edge, commercial landscaper teams can change the look of your factory or office garden. New paths can be laid with any suitable material. Bricks or wood can be used as well as gravel. The designer will discuss your needs and wants and put together a sketch for you to approve. You can then include different items and change the design as you please. Once the designer has finalised the plans they will get the landscaper to remodel the garden according to your wishes. Even the smallest garden can have an electrifying effect on the face of your premises. You do not need acres of land to have a spectacular garden. Pots and paths with a small artificial lawn and a few colourful flowers can be spectacular.
We have over 12 years experience as a commercial landscaper in Alderley Edge. Contact Northern Landscapes today and we will send a team to assess your needs. Our company not only design and build the garden but also provide exceptional garden maintenance to keep it in great condition. Our success has been founded on our reliability, attention to detail and professional and knowledgeable service. We have happy customers who range from small private gardens up to public companies and include schools business parks, property management companies and colleges.