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Ribble Valley Rental Property Garden Maintenance

Clive’s Gardening Services have brought a lot of rental property gardens back into line in the Ribble valley.

Don’t let your rental property end up like the property in the banner image. Two eight-yard skips were brimming with green waste clearing this property’s rear garden only.

Sometimes a front garden may just need strimming, mowing, and a hedge cutting. It can make such a difference to the kerb appeal!

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In the autumn and winter, Clive’s Gardening Services offer leaf management so lawns don’t get ruined and driveways and paths don’t become slip hazards.

Soft landscaping jobs

These can be done to tidy an outdoor space up or to extent patios and add footpaths. This can be done with stone and slate or wood chips. All materials can be sourced by Clive’s Gardening Services to save you time and stress. Below are a couple of examples that CGS have done.

Fences and outside wooden buildings are not cheap, it is cheaper to have CGS annually paint these with creosote or a coloured wood preservative.

Other outside painting projects

A project recently completed

Clive’s Gardening Services was tasked to bring the garden back in line around this rental property. Images show before and after the work was done.

Garden Property before

After two days on-site

A lot of weeding, ivy removal, hedge cutting, and lawn cutting. About two tons of green waste came off the site, the property was left much smarter and now the client is on a regular maintenance contract.


 Another rental property garden tidy up was this new build.

Rental Property Tidy up

Another afternoon working in the rain

(British Summertime) but CGS got the job sorted for the client. The grass was long and wet, it will look better on its next cut as the client is now a regular, on a maintenance contract.

Borders and Edges

There is often a fair degree of confusion about who is responsible for what in a rental property garden. Tenants assume it is up to the landlord to take care of things and landlords expect the tenants to do the garden. Who is responsible?

If a holiday rental property, it is defiantly the responsibility of the landlord.

Longer-term tenants are expected to abide by what is in the tenancy agreement.

There is normally a garden clause in the agreement, as both the tenant and landlord need to know what is expected from whom.

If you want you are a landlord and want your property brought back into line ready for a tenant. Or if you are a tenant wanting your outside space regularly maintained contact Clive now.

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