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Charged as per quote / estimate100%
Appointments reported as missed (6 months) 0
Average score 9.97
163 reviews
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Heartwood Landscaping was formed ten years ago by Steven Boyle. Originally from a carpentry background and experienced in all aspects of landscaping from design through to completion. 

**** We have once again secured products from suppliers,  We have a choice of Paving and Block Paving at extremely good prices from the supplier Marshalls.........

Assuring you of great service and customer care, we take a pride in all aspects of our work.  From small projects to complete re-builds. Further study gained Steven an Advanced Diploma in Garden Design from Kingston Maurward College in Dorchester. Through solid partnerships we are proud to be able to offer a first class service using quality materials and workmanship.
Work undertaken includes:-

  • ·         Artificial grass
  • ·         Gates
  • ·         Automation systems
  • ·         Decking / Patios / Driveways
  • ·         Block Paving
  • ·         Garden Brick and Block work
  • ·         Irrigation Systems
  • ·         Garden Lighting
  • ·         Water features
  • ·         Turfing
  • ·         Full Design Service
  • ·         Drainage
  • ·         Planters
  • ·         Shed Bases

A lot of our work comes from referrals and recommendations and we do our utmost to help.
We strive to remain competitive whilst still maintaining the highest of standards with the best available products, locally sourced wherever possible.
We are a local company and pride ourselves on good old fashioned customer service. Free no obligation quotes.

Based in

Wimborne, Dorset

Works in

Poole,Bournemouth,Wimborne,Verwood,West Moors,St.Ives,Ringwood,Dorset,Hants all BH postcodes.

Team photos

The concrete crusher, moving towards recycly green usage.