For Garden Services in Plymouth Area
Decking, Fencing & Gates
Garden Clearances and More
Welcome to Garden Services Plymouth
If you live around Plymouth, then you have come to the right place.
Would you like a nice wooden deck or a new garden fence?
We specialise in turning an unusable space in to a functional garden.
Whether you require privacy with a fence or a decking, we can help.
Maybe you know a Family Member that could use our help.
Payments Accepted by
Cash, Card or Bank Transfer
We can offer you a FREE
No Obligation Quote.
Our Price is "Total Price",
No VAT on top.
Works can be priced by the hour
or by the whole job.
Selling Your House?
Could the garden do with a tidy-up?
When arranging everything else to do with moving,
the garden sometimes gets forgotten.
Don’t let the garden turn buyers away.
We can give it a quick tidy and cut-back.
Pressure Washing paths and cleaning gutters
makes a big difference
Just Bought Your House?
Is the garden not quite to your liking?
Overgrown, unloved gardens,
can easily be brought back under control.
Maybe there's a lawn and you'd rather have a Deck.
Or perhaps on the boundary is a wide hedge.
You could regain space with a nice, straight fence
If security matters and the gate is all broken,
we can help with new pedestrian access gates.
"Our Garden was transformed
from a Wasteland to
a Garden we are Proud of."
What Ever The Reason
If your garden needs a lot or a little help,
Marriott Services are only a phone call away
We can help to bring an overgrown garden back under Your control.
We can convert an unusable space into a proud space.
We can repair or replace fences and gates.
No Job Too Small
Whether your garden is large or small,
all workloads are conducted to high standards.
Landscape Gardening to your needs
Gardening, Landscaping, Fences, Decking, Pressure Washing, Gutters, Gutter Cleaning, Hedge Trimming, Trees, Waste Collection, Rubbish Clearance, Garden Clearance, Southway Plymouth
If you require any of these services, give Marriott Services a call
"When I came Home,
I drove straight past."
"I didn't recognise
my Own House."