Grounds Maintenance London

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How do Ginkgo’s grounds maintenance contracts work?

Once we have performed a site visit and fully assessed the on-going grounds maintenance requirements, we can agree a budget and time schedule for your contract. The next bit is to keep you up to date and satisfied with the work as we go along. Our in-house IT system uses the latest technology to record the work schedule and produces an annual grounds maintenance operational plan from which our assignments are delegated and managed. Our daily movements are also monitored and recorded via vehicle tracking devices so you know when we’re on site. We always make sure we listen to feedback; it’s the key to growing our business and providing the best grounds maintenance service we can. We record, collate, analyse and monitor all feedback including any and all praise or dissatisfaction. If ever our clients feel unhappy with our work, we will do everything we can to bring the grounds maintenance work up to the agreed standard.

Who does Ginkgo work with?

The company is in its 24th year and our 14-strong specialist team have a combined horticultural experience of around 250 years. We are proud to say that some of our clients include The Peabody Trust, Notting Hill Housing, Michael Richards and Co, Mansells, The BMA, Ottolenghi, Ealing Borough Council, The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, Harrow Borough Council, Wandsworth Council and dozens of primary schools in London.

Put your grounds maintenance care in our hands

Our very first client still trusts Ginkgo to complete their grounds maintenance needs. If you would like to use Ginkgo Gardens to help maintain your property, organisation or business’ outdoor areas, give us feedback or arrange a site visit, get in touch with us now.

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