Leaves are turning red, coats are coming on, and night is arriving sooner and sooner. After a long, hot summer, autumn is finally here.
As the seasons shift, you may be wondering how to prepare your garden for the colder months. The cold and rain can do a number on your stones and greenery, so it’s important to give your garden some needed TLC to make sure it stays its best.
We are so happy to have had three brand new Hitachi ZW220-6 loading shovels arrive at our HQ this month! We are always looking to improve our processes and invest in new machinery to keep our growing fleet modern, and we welcome all the benefits that these new loading shovels have to offer.
Our reliable and affordable grab hire and muck away services make getting rid of your waste in Dorset quick and easy, whether that’s waste from your DIY project or large construction site!
Lock down life has encouraged many of us to think again about how we shop for our food. So, if you’re ready to start living more sustainably by growing your own fruit and vegetables, here are a few tips to help you get started.
It was Mental Health Awareness Week last week, and one ways that people have been coping with lockdown is by turning to gardening and landscaping projects. Not only is this a great way to improve the appeal of your home, these activities are also excellent for boosting your mental health.
Whilst lockdown due to COVID-19 has been difficult for everyone, it has a least meant that many people now have the opportunity to give their garden some much needed love and attention. Here are four ways that you can spruce up your garden during lockdown.